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In March, 134 appointments were missed by patients

this is the equivalent of NINE full GP clinics, please cancel by phone 01422 247528 (Option 'O' anytime) or online if you are registered.

 Were you born between 02/09/1936 & 01/09/1938 or between 02/09/1942 & 01/09/1946?

If so, you are entitled to a FREE shingles vaccination, please call us on 247528 and ask for a shingles vaccination appointment.

The Surgery was awarded an overall rating of GOOD by the CQC. 

See here for further details and to download the full report. 

Surgeries can only give the Meningitis B Vaccination to children born after 01st July 2015. 

If your child was born before this date please visit or general information about the Men B immunisation can also be found at:

 Work in the Welding Industry?  Get your FREE Pneumococcal Vaccination.

Please call us on 247528 and make an appointment with a Practice Nurse.

When we send off your specimens for testing...

What happens next?

If your result is NORMAL, you will NOT be contacted.
However if the clinician reviewing your result needs to speak to you, we will contact you to make an appointment. Please let us have your up to date contact numbers.

When should I call 999 or go to A&E?

Patients with the following conditions should go to A&E or call 999:

Collapsing / Losing Consciousness

Chest Pains

Choking / Severe Bleeding

Severe Breathing Difficulties

When should I go to the nearest walk-in centre or minor injuries clinic?





When should I go to a local Pharmacy?



Painful Cough

Runny Nose

If you are unsure you should first call 111 for advice.

Do you find it difficult to call for an appointment during our current opening times?

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