Keep up to date with the latest guidance about how to respond to the Covid 19 Pandemic:
We are still open and operating all essential services. Thank you all for being so considerate and calm at this difficult time.
If you have symptoms of Covid19/coronovirus (persistent cough, fever or shortness of breath) please call 111. Unfortunately it is not safe for us to assess you at the practice. For anything else please contact us by phone in the normal way if you need to speak to a doctor or are uncertain.
For prescription requests we would be very grateful if you would request these online or via the app if at all possible. If you cannot use these then please write your request on any piece of paper and put it in our post box. You do not need to use the request slips if you don't have one to hand so please don't come into the practice unless you need to for your own safety.
Non essential services including chronic disease reviews are temporarily suspended and will resume as soon as it is safe to do so. However, flu jabs are still available and we would encourage you to get one if you are in an at risk group as anyone getting complications from flu could use NHS resources unnecessarily at this difficult time.
The practice is currently offering appointments for immunisations/vaccinations and we are seeing babies at our baby clinics.
This is a stressful time for everyone - this information sheet may be helpful if you are feeling particularly anxious.
for information on what to do if you have symptoms or have a confirmed case of COVID-19 after visiting the Accident & Emergency department or after visiting the GP Surgery, please click this link.
For stay at home guidance for households with possible or confirmed COVID-19 infection, please click this link.
For guidance for households with grandparents, parents and children living together where someone is at increased risk or has possible or confirmed COVID-19 infection, please click this link.