When the Surgery is closed, please call 111 for Out of Hours Care & Advice

We are now booking for the FLU CLINIC - please contact the Surgery if you are eligible for this vaccination

PRESCRIBING GUIDELINES: In March 2018, NHS England published guidelines about reducing the prescribing of medicines or treatments that are available to buy over the counter. This means that certain medicines may no longer be prescribed if you can buy them over the counter. Click on Prescriptions from the main menu for details on which medicines can be purchased from a Pharmacy.

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A & E : ALWAYS contact the GP first before attending A&E.... unless you have chest pains or suspected broken bones. You may be seen quicker at the practice .... It could save you time !

If you require a HOME VISIT please call before 10.30am.

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Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please contact the Surgery.

Please note that if you are on repeat medications you will be required to have annual reviews before the medication will be prescribed.

If you request a medication that is not listed on your current medication list, you will need to consult a GP/Pharmacist before it can be processed.

This is for optimal management and your safety.

Warfarin patients : Please bring along the latest clinic letter so your INR reading can be recorded on your records. This ensures you are on the optimum medication regime for your condition.

Contraception requests: Patients must ensure that they have a Blood Pressure check and BMI done prior to the medication request

Hypertensive Patients : Please ensure that you have a Blood Pressure check and BMI check at least twice a year and potential blood tests that you would have to be counselled on too before starting your medications.

Diabetic patients must have an annual blood test and Nurse review

Asthma patients must have an annual Nurse review.

Some patients will need blood tests done prior to the medication request. This is to ensure you are on the optimum medication regime for your condition.

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