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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.


If you are asked to have an ECG you will be given a request form to attend the Cardiology Department at Cannock Chase Hospital.

The hospital offer a walk in service Monday to Friday. The times the department is open will be on the request form.

Once your ECG has been completed you will be handed the result to return to the practice. We would ask that you bring this result straight back to the Practice. If the referring Doctor is still on the premises we may ask that you take a seat whilst we show them the result. Alternatively we will make sure we have an up to date contact number for you and the Doctor or receptionist will contact you once the result has been seen.

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