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Latest News

Job Vacancy - We currently have a position available for a Domestic Cleaner working in our surgery. For more information on the post available please Click Here


Flu Marathon 23rd September 2017 - We will be holding an annual Flu Vaccination Marathon on Saturday 23rd September 2017, For more information please Click Here


Staff Training - Twice a year the surgery will close all day for staff Training, our next Staff Training Day will take place on Wednesday 8th November 2017. If you require medical assistance when the surgery is closed please visit our When We Are Closed page for more information on help available for you.


Medication News - Lyrica
will be prescribed as either Pregabalin or Rewisca there should be no difference in its effect. Our Medicine Manager will be contacting patients shortly to offer a medication review with a doctor. However if you wish to discuss this sooner please contact the surgery to make an appointment.


NHS 111 is Active in this Area - Contact 111 when the surgery is closed if you need medical help fast but is not a life-threatening emergency. If you do have a life-threatening emergency call 999


Friends and Family Test - You can now complete our Practice Friends and Family survey in the Practice or on-line.  We would appreciate your feedback and any comments you have.


Patient Telephone Numbers - Please can you check that your record is up to date with your current landline and mobile telephone numbers


GP Registrars - We welcome to the Practice Dr William Solymon


Text Message Reminder Service - If you would like to be set up for our text message reminder service please let reception know your current mobile number to receive appointment booking confirmations and reminders via text.

 

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