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Did you know that you can now self-refer to Physiotherapy without the need to see a GP first.  If you think you have a problem that could be managed by a physiotherapist then please call 01268  904102 to seek support.  There is an inclusion and exclusion criteria to self-referring and this can be found by clicking here Self Referral to Physiotherapy

We welcome Dr Zoe GB-Dumaka (surname is pronounced Dumaka) as our new GP Registrar.  Dr GB-Dumaka will be with us for the next 12 months.

PHONE LINES: Our phone lines are busiest between 8 am and 9 am. During these times you could experience up to a 10 minute wait.  If you are not ringing for an on the day/emergency appointment you may find it easier to ring later in the day or use the online service.

DISPOSAL OF SHARPS BINS:  With effect from 1st July 2017: Do you have a sharps bin at home, if so, you must contact your local council to arrange disposal of this as the Practice will no longer accept them on the premises.

CARERS: Are you caring for a patient here.  If so we would like to record this on their record, with their consent.  Please complete our carers registration form and bring this into the surgery for registration. Carers Form

PATIENT NEWSLETTER: Please read our newsletter Patient News

Shingles Vaccination

The Shingles vaccination programme runs from 1st September to 31st August in each year.  To find out if you qualify for a shingles vaccination please contact one of our Reception team


Students going to university for first time are eligible for the MEN ACWY vaccination.  This is an important vaccination to have and, if you think you qualify, please ring reception to confirm and book an appointment.

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