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Booking an Appointment online – Appointments with our Nurse Practitioners are now available through the online patient access service. Patients are advised that the Nurse Practitioners work alongside the Doctors and can see patients with acute illness: They are available to diagnose, treat, prescribe and refer where necessary. The Nurse Practitioners should not be confused with the Practice Nurses who are available for annual reviews, immunisations, blood pressure and blood tests to name but a few. If in doubt please contact the practice by telephone to book your appointment. Appointments with our Practice Nurses will be available via the online service shortly.

Training Afternoon - The Practice closes for training once a month. If you have a genuine need for medical assistance during these times please contact NHS 111.


New Patient Registration

Patients wishing to register with the practice will initially need to fill in a request form to establish if they are eligible to register. Eligibility is based purely on Geographical area. The practice is currently only accepting patients that have moved into our practice area.

If you have been informed that you are eligible to register at the practice, you will need to complete a registration form. We will also ask you to book an appointment to be seen by one of our practice nurses for a new patient health check.

Please Note: The registration process will not be complete until you have attended your appointment with the practice nurse. Until that time you will continue to be registered with your current GP.

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

 
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