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Our practice list is open

We are pleased to announce the practice list is open to new registrations. If you would like to register with the practice please visit reception to complete a registration form.

You will be given a registration from and a questionnaire about your past medical history. This helps us until we receive your medical records from your previous practice. We will also ask to see proof of identity and proof of address. Acceptable identification includes:passport, driving license. If you do not have access to these documents please speak to our reception team who will be able to assist you.

Acceptable proof of address includes: utility bill, bank statement dated within last 3 months, rental agreement, council tax bill

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Online Repeat Prescriptions Are Changing - Re-register now!

Introducing Vision Online Services (VOS)
We are offering a new online service for our patients. This is a quicker, easier and safer way to order your repeat prescriptions online at your convenience. Request your repeat prescriptions quickly online by logging into your account and simply ticking the appropriate boxes. You can review the progress of your repeat prescriptions and any message that the practice may have sent to you.

Please note: The old repeat prescriptions system will be discontinued soon so you must re-register for Vision Online ASAP if you wish to continue using online services.

You will need to register for Vision Online Services. The old service will cease to function from Autumn 2018, so why not register today?  Simply fill in the form and return to the practice reception with your ID to receive your new log on details.
Vision Online Registration Form


Who do I contact if I am unwell and the practice is closed?
The GP Out of Hours service is for urgent problems that cannot wait until your GP surgery opens. If you have an urgent problem when the practice is closed please call NHS24 on 111 for help and advice.

  

Should I just go to A & E? 

No, please do not attend A & E with a problem that you would normally see your GP with. This allows A & E to concentrate on patients with emergency or life threatening conditions.

 

If your condition is life threatening or you need an emergency ambulance call 999.

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