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Appointments
Appointments may be made by telephoning 01252 541155 or by calling at the surgery.

Requests for an urgent on the day appointment will be put on a 'Triage' list.  The GP will phone you back to discuss your concerns and, if necessary, offer you an appointment on the same day.

Out of Hours
Should you need to speak to a doctor or nurse when the surgery is closed call 111.

Cancelling your Appointment
If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone or use the link at the bottom of this page to cancel your appointment.

Online prescription requests go live on 31st January 2013!

You are now able to order Repeat Prescriptions online with Patient Access ( http://www.patient.co.uk/patient-access.asp)

Please ask at reception for details and a registration form.

The registration form provides all the information you need to register to use the Patient Access internet facility. 

We will need to verify your identity, so please bring suitable photo ID (such as passport or driving licence) and evidence of your home address (such as a current bank statement or utility bill). 

 

Please note:  Patients on repeat medication are asked to allow two full working days when requesting a repeat prescription

 

Medication not on the picking list?

Can't find your medication on the picking list?  There can be several reasons for this.  Firstly only regular repeat medication prescribed by your GP will be on the list.  If its something that you order infrequently, this is not classified as repeat medication and you will need to see or speak to your GP to get a fresh prescription.  Another reason is that medication that lies dormant is automatically removed from the system after 6 months, this is to ensure proper acute prescribing.  The third reason is that your GP has decided that the medication should be be discontinued or changed though in most cases he or she will have discussed this with you first

 

 
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