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From Monday 8th until Thursday 11th October the practice will be running a very limited service due to removal and replacement of our computer system.

What this means for you:

We cannot see patients except for absolute emergencies.  Please do not ring during this time as we cannot give you an appointment

We cannot process prescriptions.  if you know you will need a prescription at this time please submit it to us by Thursday 4th October at the latest so we can print off before the computers are removed.

Please do not attend for a blood test during this time as we will not be able to take it.  You can come on Monday 8th, Thursday 11th or Friday 12th October instead.

Please be patient and bear with us during this time.

Registering with the Practice

registrationEnquiries to register can be made by telephone or visiting the practice – the receptionist will be able to tell you if you reside in the practice area. On registering with the practice you will be given a new patient questionnaire to complete and be asked to make an appointment with the health care assistant who will carry out a new patient check. You may also be asked for proof of entitlement to free NHS services and also proof of address.  Should you have any chronic diseases e.g. diabetes, asthma, ischaemic heart disease, you will be directed, at this appointment, to the appropriate services in order that you will receive the best possible care. 

Please call in between and pick up registration forms from a member of the reception team.  We register patients every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.  Please bring your forms back for processing, together with your proof of address and identity, between 11 am and 4 pm.


Are you a carer for someone? Please let us know when you register as you may have specific needs that we are able to help you with.

Refusal to join the Practice

On occasions the practice does have the right to refuse a patient wishing to join the list. Such occasions are:

  • A patient having previously been removed from the practice list due to an irreconcilable breakdown in the doctor/patient relationship.
  • A patient with a history of violence.
  • A patient who is from a country where there are no reciprocal arrangements and therefore not entitled to free NHS care.






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