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Administrative Requests

If you require a letter or form completed, please complete the consent form at reception. Please note, all documents/letters completed by the GP is at their discretion and will take up to six weeks to complete. For further information speak to reception. 

Primary Care Network

Primary care Networks is an innovative approach to strengthening and redesigning primary care. Developed by the NAPC, the model brings together a range of health and social care professionals to work together to provide enhanced personalised and preventative care for their local community. 

NHSE and the CCGs are piloting a scheme for GP practices to work collaboratively to support and develop patient services and improve primary care services for patient within the community.

A meeting was held on the 18th March.

Updates to follow.


Do you have symptoms of diarrhoea and Vomiting?

If you have any of the above symptoms, the practice has developed a practice policy. In order to protect both patients and staff members, patients are advised to read the attached information leaflet or ring for further information.

Patient Information Leaflet - Diarrhoea and Vomiting

Are you having a baby?

Here is a link to a booklet with lots of information:

Smear tests - Why are they important ? Have look at this link for more information:

Care Quality Commission

The practice's Care Quality Commission (CQC) report is now available. The practice was rated as overall 'GOOD' by the inspectors. Areas that were highlighted by the inspectors as needing improvement have been addressed by the practice.

To read the full report please use the link below:

Friends and Family Survey

Please give us feedback on the service we provide you every time visit the survey or this website.


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  • For further information please look at Patient Forum Noticeboard located in reception waiting area.

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