Ask Ani 

The Ask for ANI scheme allows those at risk or suffering from abuse to discreetly signal that they need help and access support. By asking for ANI, a trained pharmacy worker will offer a private space where they can understand if the victim needs to speak to the police or would like help to access support services such as a national or local domestic abuse helplines.

Please see link below for further information.



Please be aware that the question in the Medical Request section:

How soon do you think you need a response?

DOES NOT mean you will have a call from a GP within 1-3 days especially if your report sent overnight or over weekend.

It is the time taken FOR US to process your report, although often this is done in 1 day

On the day reports and calls are dealt with on that day

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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).




Suggestions & Complaints


If you feel you have a complaint against the Practice then please read the information below, or alternatively, this same information is available in leaflet form from the receptionist.

pen12How to Complain
We hope that most problems can be sorted out easily and quickly, at the time they arise and with the person concerned.  For example, if your complaint is of a clinical nature, we advise that you make an appointment to see the Doctor in question to try and resolve the issue.  Or, if you prefer to discuss with another Doctor in the Practice then ask the receptionist to make you an appointment to see them. 

If your problem cannot be sorted out in this way and you wish to make a written complaint, we would like you to let us know as soon as possible  -  ideally, within a matter of days or at most a few weeks  -  this will enable us to establish what has happened more easily.  If it is not possible to do that, please let us have details of your complaint within 12 months of the incident happening or of you becoming aware of the problem. 

Written complaints should be addressed to Mrs J Peacock, Practice Manager or any of the Doctors.  It will be a great help if you are as specific as possible about your complaint.  Alternatively you can make your complaint to NHS England, by visiting their website:  

You can also contact the East Riding of Yorkshire NHS Independent Complaints Advocacy Service (ica) who can give you further information regarding the NHS Complaints Procedure and assist in letter writing.  Their contact number is 0808 802 300.

What we shall do?
We shall acknowledge your complaint within 3 working days and agree with you how the complaint will be handled and the likely period for the completion of the investigation and response to you. 

When we look into your complaint, we shall aim to: 

  • Investigate the complaint appropriately in an efficient and timely manner
  • Keep you informed of progress, as far as is reasonably practicable 
  • Find out what happened and what went wrong
  • Make it possible for you to discuss the problem with those concerned, if you would like to do this
  • Make sure you receive an apology, where this is appropriate
  • Identify what we can do to make sure the problem does not happen again
  • Upon completion of the investigation, forward a written

If you are dissatisfied with the response to your complaint you can ask the Health Service Ombudsman to review the matter:

  • By visiting:
  • Calling the complaints helpline 0345 0154033 Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.30pm

Complain on behalf of someone else
Please note that we keep strictly to the rules of medical confidentiality.  If you are complaining on behalf of someone else, we have to know that you have their permission to do so.  A note signed by the person concerned will be needed, unless they are incapable (because of illness) of providing this. 

Our aim is to give you the highest possible standard of service and we try to deal sympathetically with any problems that may occur.  

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