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We have a self service machine available in the reception area for you to record weight and Blood pressure.

Please ask our reception staff for a token to use this.

NHS APP for Covid Pass

A letter with the QR code can be requested by ringing 119.

The Covid pass is on the NHS App. 

If you require the QR code  for your children 12 years and over via the NHS App, they need to have the App in their own name. This means assessment of the child and an appointment with a GP is necessary. Please arrange this well in advance of your planned holiday. Thank you.

We are now offering telephone appointments which can be booked either through online services or the NHS App.

If you are coming to the surgery for a face to face appointment, please attend on your own and wear a face mask. Adults who require physical or emotional support can have one carer or relative attend with them if not having someone present would cause distress or difficulty.

Children can be accompanied by one parent or legal guardian.

Please be aware for second vaccinations there needs to be an interval of 8 weeks before the second vaccine can be given.

We are now able to provide Covid vaccinations for our patients at the surgery.

Please contact our reception in the first instance.

All urine, sputum and stool samples need to be brought into the practice before 12 noon any weekday.

If you provide a urine sample after 12 noon we may only be able to dip this and should the test show a possible infection you will need to provide a fresh sample the next workng day which will be sent to the hospital to confirm infection.

Stool and Sputum samples brought in after 12 noon cannot be accepted due to external collection times and you will be asked to provide a fresh sample the next working day.

PLEASE NOTE URINE SAMPLE RESULTS CAN TAKE A FEW DAYS TO REACH THE SURGERY DEPENDING ON WHAT TESTS THE PATHOLOGY LAB NEED TO DO, IN SOME EXCEPTIONAL CIRCUMSTANCES THE PATHOLOGY LAB MAY NEED TO SEND THE SAMPLE TO ANOTHER DEPARTMENT OR HOSPITAL WHICH CAN DELAY RESULTS.

 
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