We regret that we cannot organise or fast track Covid tests for our patients. To arrange a test visit Covid Testing or call 119. This applies to both adults and children.
Visit our Appointment section for an update on how our new service works
We can reassure you that throughout the COVID19 pandemic we have not stopped face to face GP appointments
You can contact a GP online or by telephone. If needed we will then arrange a face to face appointment. Hopefully most matters we can help with over the phone, by video consulting or by requesting images of the problem
We hope this method improves your access to healthcare
- Contact us by 2pm on a working day for same day reply
- We can get the right health professional to help you
- No need to wait weeks for a GP appointment as we can start helping online or over the phone
Self-refer for joint, muscle, back problems
Visit our Musculoskeletal Page
Online Medication Review
Visit our online Medication Review page
We are expecting a significantly higher demand for flu vaccination this year due to additional groups of patients being eligible.
We will be accepting bookings for flu clinic from Monday 7 September.
Please note that if you are aged between 50 and 64, and not in a clinical at risk group, the earliest you will be offered a flu vaccination is November - providing there is sufficient vaccination. We cannot offer appointments for this age group until then. This is to ensure that those who are most at risk are vaccinated first.
If you are aged 50 to 64 and are in a clinical at risk group, you will be vaccinated sooner.
Face Coverings - COVID-19 Pandemic
Please follow Government guidance regarding when to wear a face covering & exemptions to wearing a face covering where they are mandated
A GP exemption letter is not required. You are able to print your own exemption cards if you wish:
COVID-19 Guidance on shielding for extremely vulnerable people & returning to work
Please see Public Health England Guidance