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Patient Access by Proxy

Patients are now able to use Patient Access as a proxy on behalf of your loved ones, and those you care for, to book appointments, order repeat prescriptions and, where appropriate, view or share medical records. This Proxy access is designed for all users of Patient Access who need to use the service on behalf of someone else. This may include : Families with young children, those who care for a family member or friend who finds using the internet difficult and Professional Carers.

Dementia Care Leaflet 'This is me'

We have attached a leaflet for our patients who have dementia, delirium or communication difficulties called 'This is me' to be able to put information together for those patients who find change to unfamiliar surroundings, or meeting new people who contribute to their care unsettling or distressing. 

This is me Care Leaflet

Staff Update - Retirement of Dr Helen Corlett

We are sorry to announce the retirement of Dr Helen Corlett. We will be saying goodbye to her as of Friday 8th February 2019. Dr Djemal who has returned to us is taking her place.

Staff Update

Welcome our new GP Trainee Dr Ketheswaran who's with us until October 2019.

Improved Access Appointments

We're here for you for longer, GP and Nurse appointments are now available evenings and weekends for you in our local area. Contact the surgery to see for availability.

Changes to Repeat Prescriptions

Changes to the way your order repeat medication

Many patients have a 'repeat prescription' meaning that they can regularly receive certain medication without having to see their doctor each time. Some people order these repeat prescriptions themselves. Others choose to use a pharmacy or dispensing company to order medicines on their behalf. Depending on how you request your medicines, the way that it works for you may change from 1st August 2018.

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