• As per the BMA guidance, GPs are not obliged to provide evidence of illness for schools, colleges or universities - even for missing exams - and we reserve the right to decline to provide that service.

  • We are registering new patients - please come into reception and complete a registration form.

  • Click here to visit the NHS Mind Quiz - in conjunction with this years Every Mind Matters campaign

  • Try the new NHS App to get instant advice and prove your Covid-19 vaccination status.

  • Looking to quit smoking? Visit Quit Squad for helpful advice and resources.

  • Click here for latest government guidance on Covid-19, available in 60 languages

  • Has your child been affected by cancer or bereavement? Speak to us about CancerHelp Children & Young People's Service

Home Visits

Requests for home visits are handled in the first instance the same way as our other appointments. You will be listed for a triage call with the GP or Nurse Practitioner. They will then make the clinical decision as to whether a home visit is necessary.

Most problems can be dealt with more quickly and effectively if you come to the Health Centre, because facilities and equipment are available, which can't be used in the home. A home visit will not be made just because a patient has transport problems.

Please do not ask our receptionists to book a home visit, as all home visit requests are decided by a GP or Nurse Practitioner.

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