Our practice booklet can be downloaded clicking here. As well as a source of information about our practice, the staff and the services we provide, we hope you will use this website as a useful resource for other health-related information.
Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you like. We can use your ideas to improve our online services and further develop the content of this site.
Please be aware we currently experiencing a high level of staff sickness on reception and clinicans. This may result in longer waiting times on the phone lines.
Please bear with us we will eandeavour to answer you call as quickly as possible.
NHS message regarding getting medication with possible no deal Brexit. click here
We are sorry to announce that Dr Katie Seaver has left the practice end of December 2018. We wish her the best of luck in her new venture in Australia.
Dr Seaver’s existing patients will be transferred to our new GP Dr. Laurence Heywood who starts in April 2019. In the mean time we will have 2 Locum Gp’s in covering her sessions to ensure patients still receive consistent level of primary care.
New Service Now Live - eConsult
Escape the wait, consult with your GP online.
You will already have noticed the pop up about eConsult when you came onto the website. This offers a way of seeking advice from your GP online with a response back by the end of the next working day regarding what should happen next.
Please note WE WILL NOT ACCEPT REPEAT MEDICATION REQUESTS THROUGH THIS SYSTEM. If you want to order repeat medication online you will need to register for online services, see below.
Sign-up for Online Services
The option to request a repeat prescription using a form on this website has now been withdrawn. If you wish to order prescriptions via an online method you will need to sign up for online services. For details please see below.
Instead of phoning or visiting the surgery to order repeat prescriptions, book or cancel your appointments - or get your test results - you can now do it all online, and it’s quick, easy and secure. You can also see your patient record. A carer, with your permission, may also do all or some of this on your behalf.
We are encouraging our patients to sign up for online services. Registering is simple and FREE. All you need to do is:
Children registering for online services
Under 16 years old - Please complete form and ensure you bring a copy of Child’s Birth Certifcate in with you. Please note we can only offer access to booking appointments and prescription services for this age range.
16+ years old – Should have sole access.
Going online really does make a difference. It not only saves you and the practice time, but will help you to take more control of your health care.
Patients who have registered to use online services are already seeing the benefits which include:
Registering online doesn’t mean you can’t see your GP, practice nurse or attend a clinic. It just gives you quicker and easier access to practice services whenever you’re online and wherever you may be.
Ask our receptionists about registering for online services next time you’re in the practice or on the phone, and we’ll support you in getting started.
Already signed up? Click here to order a repeat prescription, book an appointment or view your medical record.
The SystmOnline app is available for Apple and Android devices. It can be downloaded free of charge from the relevant app store.
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Patient Participation Group
Did you know we have a virtual patient participation group?
A new Patient Group was established in 2005. There are quarterly meetings. These provide an opportunity to discuss developments in the surgery and to hear any concerns being voiced by patients to their representatives. Telephone numbers are listed below for the representatives who are very happy to hear from other patients.
Click here for further information.
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