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Sending Results to your Hospital Consultant

Due to the current situation, we have taken on some extra workload from the hospital as patients have been having their blood tests done at their local surgery to avoid travelling to the hospital. This means we have had to send all results to the consultants.  

If you do have Patient Access and would be willing to send your results to your consultant directly then this would really help us out. Of course, if you haven't offered to do this we will send your results to your consultant for you.

Thank you for your understanding. 


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The single most important action we can all take, in fighting coronavirus, is to stay at home in order to protect the NHS and save lives.

The Practice is OPEN - but we have closed the doors as a precaution.

Please telephone the surgery if you have any queries. If you need to attend the surgery for an appointment, or if you have a sample to drop off please use the intercom which is situated at both entrance doors. 

The lower entrance is for patients who present with ANY COVID SYMPTOMS.

If you need to enter the building for an appointment you will be asked to wear a mask and will have your temperature checked at the door. 

June 2020

We are now slowly working towards PHASE 2 of the Coronavirus Outbreak

We are now starting to see patients for some blood tests, birthday checks etc.  We will contact you if you need to book an appointment.   We are also going to call patients who are due their smear test.  
If you think you are due a blood test or investigation, check-up etc but are not sure if you are able to book in, please contact the Appointments Line on Option 1 and we can look into it for you. 

We are currently accepting prescription requests via email and telephone 

 Please consider signing up to Patient Access as you can order via the Patient Access website/app (you can email the surgery to ask for this to be set up). Our email address is



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