The Practice is taking part in an important national project about diabetes care and treatment in the NHS and the project is called the National Diabetes Audit (NDA)

If you have diabetes and want more information or if you do not want your information to be used please contact the surgery.


SMS Text Messaging

The Practice is introducing the use of text messaging as another form of communication.

SMS Text messaging is now a well-used method of communication, and the practice feels that embracing this method will enhance the service we offer to our patients by engaging with them in a more efficient and accessible way. Our aim is to benefit both the practice and patients in delivering our services more effectively.

This will allow the practice to send out information such as appointment reminders, recalls in relation to health reviews, flu campaigns, pathology results and more.

If you would like to be included in the process then please either click the link below to read our conditions and download our consent form or call into the Surgery and speak to one of our Reception Team.

SMS Information and Consent Form


GDPR - General Data Protection Regulations 2018

What will this mean for you?

Please ask at Reception for more information 

General Data Protection Regulations – The Practice now requires written consent for you to nominate a person to collect your prescription or discuss your medical care (please ask for a consent form).










Telephone Consultations

phone_Telephone consultations are now being offered for routine appointments. Each day a small number of appointments will be available for telephone consultations. This means that the DOCTOR will phone you back at the appointment time (please make sure we have the correct telephone number)

When would I use this service?

  • You may find this convenient if you do not think an examination will be required.
  • To discuss test results or a medication change.
  • Some types of follow up appointments.

If you ask for the doctor to telephone you at work, please ensure that you have access to a landline where you can speak in private. Where possible, a landline number should be given. Mobile numbers will only be accepted in exceptional circumstances.

The practice is introducing telephone appointments for the convenience of patients, but the choice is yours and you can still make an ordinary appointment if this service is not suitable.

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