Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday:
8.00am to 6.30pm
Wednesday (extended surgery):
7.15am to 7.15pm
The Duty Doctor at the Practice is on call from: 8.00am - 6.30pm Monday to Friday
Reception is manned from: 8.00am to 6.30pm Monday , Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: and 7.15am to 7.15pm Wednesday
Telephone access is available from: 8.00 - 6.30 Monday to Friday
The Surgery will be closed for the following Bank Holidays:
Christmas eve the Practice will be closing at 4pm, the telephone system will be switched over to the Out of Hours provider.
Christmas Day closed : (Tuesday 25th December 2018)
Boxing Day closed: (Wednesday 26th December 2018)
New Years eve the Practice will be closing at 4pm, the telephone system will be switched over to the Out of Hours provider.
New Years Day closed: (Tuesday 1st January 2019)
Good Friday: Friday 19th April 2019
Easter Monday: Monday 6th May 2019
If you require a doctor during the Christmas and New Year bank holiday please call the NHS 111 Service
We will re-open the following day at 8am as usual
If you have an online account you can view basic medical information and detailed coded record through the online service. Read more in our Medical Records section of the website.
In order for us to improve the services we offer, you may be asked after each appointment with the practice to complete our questionnaire. There are just two questions which will only take a few moments of your time.
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Since April 2015 you can access GP services online, such as; book appointments, order repeat prescriptions and look at summary information of your medical record. Now (or in the very near future) you may be able to view your detailed coded record (DCR). You need to register with your practice to use these services. Please ask at reception.
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F - Face – has their face fallen on one side? Can they smile?
A - Arms – can they raise both arms and keep them there?
S - Speech – is their speech slurred?
T - Time to call 999 if you see any single one of these signs of a stroke.