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To help reduce the spread of COVID-19, the Practice has taken the following steps:

If you have any flu like symptoms, including cough, shortness of breath or fever regardless of any travel history, you should self isolate for 14 days.   DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY

The Practice is only offering telephone triage, following this call if it is deemed necessary for you to attend the practice this will be arranged.

It is important that children still attend for their childhood vaccinations to ensure that they are adequately vaccinated against other diseases.  The only exception is if the child has any cold like symptoms.  

Cervical cytology will continue in the Practice. 

Please do not order medication early, this will be rejected.  If you order an inhaler but have not had one in the last 12 months, you will be required a review by the Practice nurse this may be a video/telephone consultation or be asked to attend for a face to face appointment. 

Visit our Engage Consult online service Where you can ask questions to the GP

It’s okay not to be okay


In this difficult time, if you are feeling low and need help or don’t know where to turn PLEASE contact one of the following helpline or us 01706 393 000 (your GP surgery). You are not alone and there is always someone to help.


MIND 0300 123 3393

PAPYRUS 0800 068 4141


Thinking Ahead 01706 751 180

NHS 111 or 999 (emergencies only)

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