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Please be advised that the surgery will be closed on the dates listed below from 12.30pm. This is for GP and staff training. To speak to a doctor, please call NHS 111 by dialing 111 from your telephone. In an emergency please call 999.
The surgery will open at 8.00am the following day.
Specialties: Joint Injections, GP Trainer
Specialties: Orthopedic Medicine, Dermatology, Skin Surgery, ENT, Microsuction.
Specialties: Diabetes, Women’s Health.
Specialties: Diabetes, Joint Injections, Learning disabilities.
Our receptionists are responsible for all appointment scheduling and will answer all phone calls and receive all patient queries. They will arrange District Nurse visits when requested. They book hospital transport for eligible patients (criteria are set and strictly applied by NHS England, not the practice staff). It is important that all patients arriving at the surgery report to reception first.