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Protected Learning Time (PLT) for 2018

Every month the Surgery closes at 1.30pm to enable staff to attend training and updates.  The Surgery is closed from 1.30pm till 6.30pm on the following dates:

January - Thursday 25th

February - Wednesday 21st

March - Thursday 22nd

April - Wednesday 25th

May - Thursday 24th

June - Wednesday 20th

Extended Hours

Please note that the Surgery runs clinics out of core hours.  These appointments have to be pre-booked at least a week before the clinic.  The Clinics are held:

Every Saturday from 8am to 12pm (Both Nurse and GP appts)

Please call reception to book an appointment.

 

 

registrationNew Patient Registration

All newly registered patients are requested to complete a questionnaire about their medical history, and provide proof of identity and proof of address.

If you are taking medication please remember that you will need to see the doctor before we can commence issuing repeat prescriptions.

All new registrations are by appointment only, please contact reception to arrange this.

If a visitor to your home needs to see a doctor, you may make arrangements for them to be seen at the practice on a temporary basis, for a maximum of three months.

 

Registration Documents:

Please print and complete the registration forms below and return them to the Surgery when you attend for your appointment , along with the following proof of ID:

  1. Photo ID - Current Driving Licence or Current passport
  2. Utility Bill (gas, electric, mobile phone, water, council tax, bank statement) that has your address on it - it must not be more than 3 months old

Registration form 

Download our Patient Registration Pack

For those patients wishing to register for online appointments and medications, please also complete the form below:

 SystmOnline Registration Form

 
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