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Please ensure that you keep your contact information up to date.  You can do this by signing up to SystmOnline or by advising a member of the reception team.  Please see the information on Online Services under Quick Links.

TYPE 2 DIABETIC? Join 'Type 2 Together', a free peer support & information service that Diabetes UK are launching in your area. Click here for more information.

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Please remember, A&E is for serious and life-threatening conditions only. If it is not an emergency, please consider self-care, talking to your local pharmacist, calling NHS111 or visiting your GP.

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For information regarding GP fees to assess patients after road traffic accidents, please read the following Policy:  RTA Fees Policy.doc

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Book Appointments Online

Routine GP appointments are now available to book online. See our appointments tab for further information.

Text Message Reminders

We are now sending patients text messages to confirm and remind you of your appointment. Please ensure we have your up to date mobile number.

Repeat prescriptions

Please click on the the  Prescriptions  menu item above to request a repeat prescription.

Out of Hours

Outside surgery hours Prime Care can be contacted by telephoning the main surgery telephone number 01245 473251.

Childhood Immunisations

We strongly recommend that all children receive the childhood immunisations. Please call to book your appointment with a practice nurse.

  • If anyone other than the authorised parent brings a child for immunisation, written consent must be provided by the parent.

Please check the following points before bringing your child to the surgery:

  • Is your child suffering from a feverish illness?
  • Is your child taking steroid treatment?
  • Does your child suffer from a severe reaction to eggs?
  • Has your child suffered from a reaction to previous immunisation injections?
  • Has your child got a high temperature?

If the answer to any of the questions above is 'yes', then tell the nurse prior to immunisation.

For a list of baby clinic locations and days available please CLICK HERE

 
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