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NHS 111

From Thursday 22nd October 2015 OUT OF HOURS contact tel No will be 111

it will be the first point of contact for OUT-OF-HOURS


As from 15th October 2015 all patients will be allocated a named, accountable GP.

If you wish to know who your named GP is, please ask at Reception or telephone the surgery.

Patients now have Access to their Summary care record from the end of March 2015

you will be able to view :-




Book/cancel appointments

send messages

update addresses/ telephone numbers


Via our link from this website

Before you can use this service you will need to contact the surgery for a Pin No, and bring a form of ID with you

Which will then enable you to register to use this service.


    The surgery will be Closed for staff/GP training on Wednesday 21st October 2015 from 1pm 

Please contact 03000 247 247 the Out of Hours Service                           


Repeat Prescriptionsmedication7

Please allow 48-hours for your repeat prescription request to be processed. The arrangements for ordering repeat prescriptions are as follows:

By Post – tear off slip attached to your prescription and tick the items you require. Post to the surgery with a stamped addressed envelope and we will be happy to return this to you or your chemist as instructed.

In person - Tick the items you require and place tear off slip in the box provided in the surgery or alternatively there are facilities provided in the surgery for you to write your own request. If the surgery is closed, please place your request in our letterbox located to the right of the front door.

Online- via patient access

At the chemist - Orders can be dropped in at your chemist - collection and delivery services are available (housebound patients please inform the chemist and surgery if you wish delivery).

By FAX - Our fax number is (01229) 836984

Our surgery complies with the "Guidelines for Good Prescribing" issued by The Primary Care NHS Trust. Quantities to be issued will normally be no more than one or two weeks for acute conditions, where applicable, and normally not more than 28 days' supply of treatment for non-acute conditions.

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