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The Surgery closes for the afternoon from 1.30pm to 6.30pm for staff training.  If you need to see a doctor or require advice during this time please contact the new emergency number on 111.  Find below listed the PLT dates for 2017 so far. 

Protected Learning Time Dates  

20th September 

19th October

22nd November

NEW text message appointment reminder service

Please keep us updated with your mobile phone number so you can recieve a text message to remind you of appointments you have booked.  If you wish to opt out of this service, please contact the surgery so your number can be removed from the text message system.

Out of Hours

The surgery uses the local doctors co-operative MKUCS to cover the Out of-Hours emergencies. If you have a serious medical problem when the surgery is closed, ring the surgery number and the answer phone will give you the number of the emergency switchboard.

Cancelling your Appointment

If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone or use the link at the bottom of this page to cancel your appointment.

Do you need to see a doctor or can it be a Nurse?
Book an appointment with a specially trained nurse for all of the following: 
  • Headaches? Sore throat? Cough? Cold?
  • Flu symptoms? Chest infection? Ear ache? 
  • Thrush? Cystitis? Urinary infections?
  • Diarrhoea? Sickness? Constipation?
  • Hay Fever? Conjunctivitis? A rash?
  • Sprain or strain? Back pain?
  • An infection? Dizziness?
  • Warts and Verrucae?
  • Emergency contraception? 

If you need to see someone for one of these minor illnesses, you may find it quicker and more convenient to see the nurse rather than wait to see a doctor.  Please ask at reception.
The nurse has the full support of the doctors and will be able to write prescriptions if required.

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