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As you will appreciate things will be very different this year. We are still going to be offering Saturday clinics, which will be for those patients 65 and over ONLY.

We will be open from 9.00am to 1.00pm and plan to have 5 or 6 clinicians giving the vaccination. There will still be one queue outside the surgery, which will obviously be much longer than usual due to social distancing rules, which we ask you to adhere to. Once inside the surgery you MUST wear a face mask.

You will be directed on to one of two queues, which will further divide into 5 or 6 individual queues. PLEASE do as you are requested to do by any staff/volunteers that are controlling the queues. Our clinicians will all be wearing full PPE and will be sanitising their hands in between every patient. We would ask that you remove outer layers of clothing once you are inside the building to minimise the time you are in the surgery. Please follow signs and listen to directions given for exiting the building, as these will be different this year.


Patients who are under 65, and in an 'at risk' group will be offered seperate weekday appointments, which will start from mid-October when the vaccinations arrive. 

Patients between the ages of 50 & 65 years of age and not in any 'at risk' group will be contacted once we know more information with regard to stocks of the relevant flu vaccination. Please be aware that these vaccinations (if available) will not be given before the 1st November



      Saturday, 26th September 2020 (9am-1pm)     -      Surnames   A - F

Saturday, 10th  October 2020 (9am-1pm)   -      Surnames   G - O 

Saturday, 17th October 2020 (9am-1pm)  -      Surnames   P – Z

Existing patients can enjoy access to our wide range of services at the touch of a button. Whether managing your appointment or ordering a repeat prescription you can now do both without leaving your home.

To find out about seeing a local GP on Saturdays and Sundays (and Bank Holidays) please click on the Weekend GP link below.

All our patients have a named accountable GP.  If you wish to know who yours is, please call the surgery.

From 31st March 2016 you can request online access to your coded medical record.  If you would like to request this access, please contact the surgery and let us know. 

(Site updated 29/09/2020)
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