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In response to the Coronavirus and in order to protect patients and staff we have decided to allow access to the surgery via an intercom system.

All appointments currently are via telephone with Doctors and Nurses, if they decide that you require a face to face appointment you will be invited into the surgery. Some Nurse duties are being restricted, we will continue to provide children's immunisations, cervical smears, essential dressings, ECG's, B12 injections, Pregnancy related vaccinations and Pneumovax injections.

We are still open between 08.00am and 18.00pm Monday to Friday.

Prescriptions are required to be sent by the Electronic Prescription Service, therefore please ensure we have your nominated pharmacy for them to go to. If you require a prescription there are a number of ways to do this. Ring POD on 033 33 583 509 or email POD on , order online via patient access, or drop into our post box at the surgery. If you are self-isolating, please contact your pharmacy to find out about home delivery options. Please DO NOT order your prescription earlier than usual or try and order more than usual. Your request will be rejected.

CLICK HERE for helpful information if you are ordering your repeat prescriptions using POD

Telephone appointments are still available to book online.

If you would like to register for online services you can still do so, please contact the surgery to find out how.

Our Community Care Coordinator and Health Coach may be in touch to offer support for patients who are vulnerable and self-isolating.

If you have been affected by school closures please click on this link to find out about what options are available to you:

If your employer requires an Isolation Note please click on the following link: NHS 111 Isolation Note

The latest advice and guidance from NHS England can be found on the following link: Coronavirus Advice and Guidance

We would like to thank all of our patients for their understanding and support during this difficult time.

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