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All travellers who develop relevant symptoms (for example respiratory symptoms, shortness of breath, cough, fever) however mild, within 14 days of returning or transitioning from mainland China, Thailand, Japan, Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia or Macau SHOULD NOT ATTEND THE PRACTICE, but should remain at home and immediately call NHS 111 for advice.

We are closed for staff training on Thursday 27th February 2020 from 1pm. For anything urgent that cannot wait until we open again, call 111. For anything life threatening dial 999.

We Can Text You!

We are using our text messaging service more and more, to invite you for a review, blood test or let you know if a GP would like to see you. You can also you use it to cancel appointments, decline or accept services and let us know if we are doing a good job! Please make sure we have your up to date contact details. You can do this via this website or EMIS access if you are registered. Alternatively, call us and let us know.

Cancel Your Appointment!

Every week a large number of patients fail to attend booked appointments. Please let us know as soon as possible if you can’t keep your appointment then we can give it to someone else! We offer a text messaging service which has the option to cancel an appointment so please make sure we have your up to date contact details.

Out of Hours 

When the surgery is closed if you have an urgent problem that cannot wait until we are open again, please call 111. For anything life threatening call 999.


Access To Your Medical Record


Access to Your Medical Record (the Right of Access)



You have a right to get a copy, or part copies of the information held about you and this is known as a subject access request.


(Please note, you can sign up for online access to your full GP electronic record and then you can look at your record whenever you like)


If you do wish to make a subject access request then:


  • You can do this in writing(letter or email)
  • You can come to the surgery to complete a form.
  • You can make a verbal request to a member of staff, ie the doctor or nurse that you are consulting with.


You will first be offered online access to your record but if you would rather have a paper copy, this will be issued without a charge. A charge would be made for a second copy or if your notes are excessively large.  We can give you a copy of specific information, just request what you need.


You will need to show 2 forms of identification, one photographic (passport or driving licence) and one with proof of address.


We will provide the information within 28 calendar days.


For more information including "how to" leaflets and videos of patients and why they are using GP online services are available at


 Subject Access Request policy




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