We currently have one GP absent from work and two salaried GP's have recently left the Practice. Until we are able to successfully recruit a salaried GP the Practice is reliant on Locum GP's and Advanced Nurse Practitioners. We are also aware that it is difficult to get through to the surgery on the phone, we are in discussion with our telecommunication company to work through these issues. We apologise for the inconvenience.

Now our doors are open to you again we are happy to accept your prescription requests using the in-house prescription box.  You can also use e-consult and online access however, we are no longer able to accept them via the telephone.

Patient Transport Service

Patient Transport is available for those patients who meet the current eligibility criteria.

When you request transport, you will be asked a series of questions based on the eligibility criteria set out within the Department of Health guidelines. These questions will help us decide how we can best support you in getting to your appointment.

If you are not eligible to use Patient Transport, we will try to assist you by giving you useful information about alternative transport options. 

You can visit this website which provides the latest up to date information about Patient Transport Service and you can book there. 

Call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergencyNHS ChoicesThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website