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Out of Hours
When The Surgery Is Closed Telephone 01823 285400.  Please have a pen and paper ready and listen to the 'Out of Hours' answer phone message. A local PCT led service provides the 'Out of Hours' care

The doctors offer a mix of pre-booked and 'same day' appointments. We have a greater number of morning appointments than afternoons. It helps us if you can accept the first appointment you are offered

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The practice contracts with NHS England to provide NHS services under three categories.

Essential Services

  • Management of patients who are ill or believe themselves to be ill.
  • General management of patients who are terminally ill.
  • Management of chronic disease.




Additional Services

  • Cervical screening
  • Contraceptive services
  • Vaccinations and immunisations
  • Child health surveillance
  • Maternity services
  • Minor surgery



Enhanced Services

  • Anticoagulation monitoring
  • IUCD (coil) fitting
  • Near patient testing (regular blood testing for specific medications)
  • Patient access
  • Choice and booking
  • Practice based commissioning
  • Supporting information management and technology
  • Shared care for drug users



Nurse-run Clinics

The surgery holds regular clinics run by the practice nurse team for:

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  • Diabetes 
  • Hypertension (blood pressure monitoring) 
  • Coronary heart disease
  • Family planning
  • Minor surgery
  • Children's immunisation
  • Foreign travel
  • Blood tests (phlebotomy)




  • Newly registered patients are invited to attend an appointment for a 'new patient' check with the practice nurse.
  • Patients aged 16 - 75 are entitled to an appointment if they have not been seen within the last three years.
  • Patients aged 75 are entitled to an appointment if they have not been seen within the last 12 months.


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