DUE TO HIGH CALL VOLUMES BOOKING FLU VACCINATION APPOINTMENTS SURGERY LINES ARE INCREDIBLY BUSY. PLEASE DO NOT CALL FOR A FLU APPOINTMENT BEFORE 1000 - OUR TEAM WILL REFUSE THE REQUEST AND ASK YOU TO CALL LATER SO THAT CLINICAL APPOINTMENTS CAN BE MADE FOR PATIENTS THAT NEED THEM. YOU CAN BOOK FLU APPOINTMENTS ONLINE THROUGH PATIENT ACCESS.
Surgery will be closed for staff training from 1300 on Wednesday 21 October. We will re-open on Thursday as usual. If you require medical advice please call 111 or for urgent medical help please call 999.
We are able to book Flu vaccination appointments for patients - however supply is limited so appointments are running out. For more information on how we will operate the flu clinics, dates and times see the link below. You can book an appointment through Patient Access or by calling reception between 10 and 1300. The Under 65 vaccine has arrived but is limited to those with an underlying health condition. We will write to those eligible and ask them to book into clinics.
Why you may need to wait for the flu vaccine
Flu info and dates 2020
We have removed the ability to book online face to face appointments through Patient Access. We are also offering telephone appointments only with Doctors. If a GP thinks a face to face appointment is required they will book you in during the telephone consultation. Please wear a mask if you are invited into surgery.
We are upgrading to the next phase of the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) which will mean that almost all our prescriptions will be processed electronically. Electronic prescriptions help save the NHS money. Read more about EPS on the NHS website
Please click on the link below to find out more about how the NHS may use the information held about you
Live Life Well - Free online education for patients
Click on the link above to register for free online seminars to improve your health and wellbeing
November dates available
Get help with symptoms and what to do next!
Download the Ask NHS app for free
Want some guidance on you symptoms - visit 111 online
Your health - more help
(Site updated 17/11/2020)