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Dispensary are under severe pressure due to a change in computer systems please allow 4 full working days for medications.
There is a bank holiday on Monday 29th August 
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🛠 We are changing our computer system during August 2022. 'Patient Access' will no longer be available from August, if you wish to continue to order medications/book appointments you need to download the NHS App.
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During August 2022 we can accept new patient registration forms, but there will be delays in processing due to our system change.

If you need to be seen urgently during this time, please discuss this with our reception team.

To register with our Practice your home address needs to be within our Practice Area, please see map below. We will not be participating in the scheme to accept patient registrations from patients who reside outside our practice boundaries, to register with our practice you must live within the practice area.
If you wish to register, visit one of our branches and talk to our receptionists who will provide you with the relevant forms or you can download and complete these prior to attending the surgery.

Each patient should have a completed registration form and a health questionnaire.

  1. GMS1 (Registration form)
  2. Health questionnaire (based on age group): Adult / Child / Newborn

If you are an existing NHS patient, please aim to include your NHS Number on your forms; you can get this with the Find my NHS Number service, from your previous GP surgery or on NHS letters or prescriptions you already have.

As part of the registration process, you are entitled to a new patient medical with our practice nurse, if you would like to please speak to the Receptionist.

You will be registered with the practice and be assigned a Named GP.

The partners are very keen on continuity of care during an episode of illness or ill health.

Practice Inner Catchment Area:

 
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