Thank you for the support you have shown us during these challenging times.
If you do develop any symptoms of coronavirus (a new cough, high fever, a loss of taste or smell), please self-isolate and arrange a Covid-19 test even if you have mild symptoms as this will help us to monitor and track the virus.
More detailed and up to date information, including how to arrange a test, can be found at https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus.
If you or your family need urgent medical attention please do not wait, the NHS still wants to hear from you. Please call 999 in an emergency, such as a suspected heart attack or stroke, or a significant injury.
For less urgent concerns, please contact the surgery by phone.
We appreciate that the pandemic has been a very challenging time for many people, and we are only too aware of the impact that this can have on your mental health. For more information and support, here is a link to some excellent resources and there is more information and phone numbers elsewhere on our website. However, please do get in touch if you are struggling, and would like to speak to a GP.
On this page we have further information about a range of services that we continue to offer - such as immunisations, child health, smear tests and contraception and chronic disease management.