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Please note that we are closed at 12.00pm on Wednesday 13th March 2019 for staff Training. We will reopen as normal on Thursday 14th February 2019. Please call the surgery number to be transferred to our out of hours service for urgent medical attention if required while we are closed.


What do you think of your Practice? Tell us by completing the NHS Choices survey.

Are you worried about attending an appointment?  Cannot get for some reason?  Contact the surgery prior to appointment to talk through issues troubling you don't just not turn up!

Are you a Carer? Are you aware you can Register as a Carer with this Practice and that the Care Champion, June Mason, will contact you with lots of useful help and advice on being a carer.  Contact her today!




Winter PPG Newsletter out in your community pick up a copy or ask us for one.


2015 - 2016

PPG Action Plan 2015/16

Survey Results 2013/14

Friends and Family Test – an NHS wide survey initiated within the area at Flu Clinics, Surgeries, and is to be held monthly the first results to be published in January 2015. Please complete either on line using this website; or by obtaining a clerical form from any NHS site (hospital/ surgery/ treatment centre) and handing into your local surgery or other site.

Virtual Patient Group (VPG) – to enable patients to have a voice in healthcare matters who may not be able to attend meetings etc. Involvement by virtual means the website; email; phone etc is possible – Want to sign up? complete the VPG form either online or ask for a form to complete.

Staying Well Course – (previously named Expert Patient Programme EPP) a 6 week

EDSM – Working in conjunction with Practice Manager, Rick Gooch, to maximise the opportunities for where patients' consent has beeen provided, to share aspects of their medical records with other clinicians outside surgery to optimise their individual care when necessary.





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