Welcome to our practice website.
We aim to provide all of our patients with a comprehensive range of health care services, covering one-off problems to longer term ilnesses. Feel free to explore the site and see what clinics and services we are able to provide and how you and your family can benefit from our personal and professional approach to healthcare provision.
EASTER OPENING TIMES
We are closed for the Easter Bank Holidays on Friday 18th April and Monday 21st April. If you require medical advice during this period, please call 111 (free call).
SHOULD YOU NEED MEDICAL ADVICE THAT CANNOT WAIT UNTIL WE OPEN PLEASE RING OUT OF HOURS SERVICE ON 01942 829911
IF YOU THINK YOU HAVE A LIFE THREATENING EMERGENCY PLEASE RING 999
WINTER PLAN WE HAVE ADDITIONAL APPOINTMENTS EACH DAY, PLEASE CONTACT THE SURGERY FOR DETAILS. CHOOSE WELL LEAFLET
PPG SELF HELP LEAFLET
NEW MUMS LEAFLET
UNSURE WHO TO CONTACT
WHEN THE SURGERY IS CLOSED,
6.30 AT NIGHT AND 8.00 AM IN THE MORNING
TO SPEAK TO A DOCTOR RING 01942 829911
BETWEEN 8.00AM AND 8.30AM WEEK DAYS
FOR EMERGENCIES RING 01942 878711
Remember A&E, emergency and 999 services, are for serious and life-threatening conditions and injuries only.
Did you know that common complaints such as coughs and colds, stomach upsets, sprains and strains, insect bites and allergies can be treated at home or by your local pharmacist? Choosing the right treatment and services will help you avoid unnecessary visits to your GP and Out of hours service or lengthy trips to A&E.
We are a GP Training practice
As a result of the high standards of clinical care and education we offer, our practice is accredited as a Training practice for the training of new doctors. Training offers significant benefits to the doctors, staff and patients, the presence of additional doctors offers easier access to appointments. Dr Mani, a registrar will be commencing at the practice in August and we also have a a new FY2 Doctor starting at the practice in April 2013.
What is a GP Registrar?
GP Registrars are fully qualified doctors who are in the final year of training to be a GP.
Part of the training process requires some of the consultations with the GP Registrar to be recorded. Please be reassured that your consent will be sought before this is done, and if you do not wish your consultation to be recorded on video, we will respect your wishes. Intimate physical examinations will never be recorded.
What is an FY2 doctor?
The first two years after qualifying as doctors are now known as Foundation Year 1 (FY1) and Foundation Year 2 (FY2). These doctors have had at least 12 months of experience in hospital medicine.. FY2 doctors are placed with a practice for 4 months and will have their own surgery when theysee patients. They are supervised by one of our GP Trainers during their experience of working in general practice.
(Site updated 15/04/2014)