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As a practice, unfortunately we are unable to provide exemption letters for face coverings. For more information, please click here.

Unfortunately we are unable to offer COVID antibody testing at present

As of 8th June 2020, anybody entering the surgery MUST wear a face covering such as fabric masks (these do not need to be medical grade masks) but this is essential for patient and staff safety. We need to continue to maintain social distancing in the waiting room, therefore we would ask where possible for patients to wait outside. You can inform us you have arrived via a phone call to reception.

COVID-19 Research

For further information on COVID-19 research click the "Research" tab to the right side of this page under "further information"

Register Online

To register for online appointment bookings and/or requesting repeat prescriptions - please request access at the surgery and then follow the following link:

As of March 2016, detailed coded access is available to view in your medical records. You are required to read the forms below and complete the application form which will then be verified by the practice.

Patient Online Access Information Leaflet

  • Before requesting online access please read the patient information leaflet above.

Application Form for Online Access

  • For access to your medical records please complete the above form which will then be verified by reception. Please ensure you have read the important information on the back before completing the form.

Proxy Consent Form

  • Proxy Consent allows a parent, guardian or carer access to another patients record to book appointments and order medication. The patient is required to give consent, however if the patient does not have the capacity to do so, this will be under the discretion of the practice if we are able to grant the access.
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