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e-Consults – Important Update to Patients:

Please note that with immediate effect, the e-Consult service, for the Practice, has had to be adapted, to make it possible for us to offer on the day GP appointments.

Once the day’s e-Consult allocated slots have been used, the service will be switched off until the next working day.

This is to help us to safely manage demand and ensures that our Doctors are able to respond to your e-Consult enquiry within the correct time scale.

If you find that the e-Consult service is unavailable, please try using it again, on the next working day.

The e-Consult service is continually under review, and we thank you for your understanding of this slight change, at this time.

Nhs Digital has recently announced it is setting up a new primary care data collection service.

There is more information about this under the 'NHS Digital - GPDfPR' heading

New Patient Registration

If you would like to join our practice one of our reception staff will be happy to assist you.

The receptionist will ask for your address and confirm whether it is within the practice boundaries. To save time and effort, you can check this yourself. Please click here to use our online postcode checker.

You will be asked to complete a registration form, which will include the name and address of your last GP and a health questionnaire. You will need to show a letter confirming your name and address as well a form of photographic evidence. These forms can be completed online by visiting the above “Registering Online” page (please note that the GMS1 form will need to be signed when you come in to the surgery).

Once the documents are completed and accepted, you will be registered with the Practice. The receptionist will make an appointment for a New Patient Medical with one of our nurse.

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

 
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