About Patient Services

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We offer an online service for our patients so you can book your appointments and order your repeat prescriptions at your convenience.

 

Online Appointment Booking

Have the flexibility to book and cancel your appointments from home, at work or any location with internet access. You don't need to queue at the practice, wait on the telephone and you can manage your appointments outside practice opening hours.

 

Request your repeat prescriptions online

Request your repeat prescriptions quickly online by logging in to your account and simply ticking the appropriate boxes. You can review the progress of your repeat prescriptions and any messages the practice may have left you.

 

How to register

Complete a Patient Services form from reception or download one here. When the practice creates your online account, you will be e-mailed registration details. Follow the instructions on the patient services website to create your username and password and start managing your appointments and prescriptions online.

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DROP-IN FLU CLINIC

Are you 65 or over? Do you have a long term health problem?

We would like to welcome you to our drop-in flu clinic on Saturday 29th September 08:00 to 12:00

There is no need to book an appointment for this drop-in clinic.

 

Patient Services Online

You can now manage your appointments and prescriptions online with our Patient Online Services. Please click here for more information and how to register.

 

Registration Closure Period

The practice is currently closed to new patient registrations of both a permanent and temporary status.
Emergency / necessary care: The practice will, of course, continue to see any patient or non-patient requiring immediate and necessary care. We will provide a clinical assessment for these patients/visitors and advise accordingly.

Bloods Clinic
Please note that the morning phlebotomy clinic in the morning will move from a drop-in to booked appointments only starting Monday 13th March. You should only need to book an appointment at the blood test clinic if the doctor has instructed you to do so, or you are due for a Chronic Disease Management (CDM) review.  Nurse will no longer take bloods unless they have been approved by a GP.