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If you are feeling unwell and have traveled recently please ring 111. DO NOT COME TO SURGERY. We are sorry to shout this bit but it is really important that you do not put other people at risk, particularly those that may be already unwell and of course our teams who are key in keeping the practice running and our population healthy.


For the most up to date advice, we would recommend you go to the following verified Government website and not rely on the national press.


Please help us to help you keep well.



chdThese are normally 10 minutes long and can be booked up to 4 weeks in advance.

We try and accommodate to your preference of doctor, but this cannot always be guaranteed.

Emergency appointments can be allocated on the day but we may not be able to offer your choice of doctor or time.  

Acutely ill children under 16 will be given an appointment as soon as possible when it is urgent.  At times when there are no appointments free that day, the on-call GP will be notified of the case and will make a decision where an appointment can be added onto the clinic in progress or may arrange a home visit or if appropriate may do a telephone triage.  Once the child has been seen the GP will ascertain if a further follow-up is needed either in person or by phone.






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