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Coronavirus Update

If you have symptoms of cough, fever or shortness of breath and have just returned from China, Macao, Hong Kong, Thailand, Japan, Republic of Korea, Taiwan, Singapore or Malaysia or have been in contact with anyone who has just returned, please do not come to the Surgery. 

Stay indoors, avoid contact with other people and call 111 for advice and to tell them of your recent travel. 

Further details can be found at the following links:

Practice Newsletter including appointments update - Please click here to see our newsletter for up to date Practice Information

Pre-bookable appointments are now available by calling reception. Pre-bookable appointments are no longer available for direct booking via Patient Access. This enables the practice to navigate patients to the right member of the multi-disciplinary team and maximises our appointment availability.

Click here to find out more information about our Nurse Practitioners & Paramedic Practitioners. Click here to find out how our Clinical Pharmacist can help. 

Currently “on the day” appointments are available to book on Patient Access from 6am or by contacting reception from 8am.

Video appointments are available via LIVI Mon-Fri, 7am-10pm,  Sat-Sun, 8am-4pm. Get the app at

Updating the appointment availability in this way enables us to navigate patients to the right member of the multi-disciplinary team and reduces the number of patients who do not attend (DNA) for their appointments - in November DNA’s were a total of 131 appointments.

Please see our Practice Newsletter for further information.

New – CLICK HERE to save time on the phone and contact us with your administrative and medical queries, using our new digital service

Video consultations available - see an NHS GP by Video with LIVI - select the Appointments tab and click the LIVI link for more information 

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