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Public Holiday Closure

The health centre will be closed on Tuesday 5th June 2012 for the Diamond Jubilee Bank Holiday. 

We will be open as normal on Monday 4th June and reopen on Wednesday 6th June at 8am. 

During the closure, should you require urgent medical advice, please contact NHS 24 on 08454 24 24 24

If you require a routine appointment, repeat prescription, or your call does not require immediate attention, please contact the surgery when we reopen. 

Special Purpose Clinics - by appointment only


Antenatal - Every second Tuesday afternoon 
Minor Surgery - Monday morning (subject to availability)
Physiotherapy - Thursdays 
Chiropody - Thursdays
Phlebotomy and Blood Pressure -  Weekday mornings


Chronic Disease Management


shutterstock_44921806The practice nurses run clinics for the management and review of patients’ chronic conditions, including heart and respiratory conditions. If you suffer from any of these conditions you will receive a letter invitation to attend a clinic at the appropriate intervals. These run at various times throughout the week, however you don’t need to wait until you receive your invitation to attend. You can book an appointment at any time by contacting reception. Some of the reviews will require you to attend for a blood test prior to being seen in the clinic. The receptionist will advise of this when you are making your appointment.


Health Promotion


We are pleased to offer our patients a variety of health promotion clinics to encourage and educate them towards a healthier lifestyle. Please ask for a “lifestyle appointment” with a practice nurse.


Treatment Room


The treatment room operates Monday to Friday mornings from 9.00am until 10.30am. The community nursing team can be consulted for wound management, dressings, injections and ear syringing.


Medical Certificates


Absence from work due to illness for up to one week does NOT require a medical certificate from your doctor. You should obtain a self-certificate from your employer. Alternatively, you can download a self certificate by clicking here. Self certification is legally binding. Your employer MUST accept this as a form of notification of sickness absence for up to 7 consecutive days. If your employer insists on a medical certificate from a GP for absence from work from day 1 up to and including day 7, this will be classed as a non-NHS service and may be subject to a charge. Any absence over one week from work will need a medical certificate from your doctor.  

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