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CORONAVIRUS: If you are unwell and have recently travelled to an area affected by Coronavirus or met someone who has, DO NOT visit a GP surgery, community pharmacy or hospital.  Call 111, stay indoors and avoid close contact with other people.  Click here for further information... 

MUMPS OUTBREAK: Mumps in the UK are at a 10 year high.  The full MMR vaccine (2 doses) can reduce the severity of this infectious disease if you do contract it.  It is FREE on the NHS. If you have not had the vaccine, call us to book.  Further information:


The NHS App enables people to:

  • Book/cancel/manage appointments online 
  • Order repeat prescriptions
  • Access general medical advice/information
  • Sign up to the Organ Donor register

It is a quick, simple and secure and you can download it to your smartphone or tablet device via Apple or Google Play

Download the NHS app on the App store (Apple)

Download the NHS app on Google Play (Android)

Alternative Online Providers

If you do not want to sign up to the NHS App, there are alternative service providers such as Patient Access or Evergreen Life.  If you would prefer to sign up to one of these, please contact reception who can provide you with your personalised registration instructions. 

Online Patient Record Access

Patients aged 16 years old and over can now apply to have access to view, export or print, some of the coded information held in their own medical record.  This access is subject to stringent ID checks and information may be withheld where appropriate.

If you would like access to online services, please speak to a receptionist in person.

Parents may request access to their childs record until their eleventh birthday, when access to the childs medical record will then be retracted.  For those aged between 11-15 years old (inclusive), online access is not available.

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