From Monday 7 September 2020 - We are upgrading to the next phase of the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) which will mean that almost all our prescriptions will be processed electronically from 7 September 2020. Electronic prescriptions help save the NHS money. You will receive your prescriptions in the same way as you do now. Read more about EPS on the NHS website.

**CORONAVIRUS** Please Click Here for the most up to date information - we are still not doing face to face appointments at present please ring the surgery and we will arrange a telephone triage-please DO NOT come to surgery unless you have been asked to come down and please wear a face mask/covering

BLOOD TESTS - We have a new way of running our blood test clinic (Phlebotomy) - for more information, please click on Clinics & Services and go to the Blood Test Clinic tab.

As of Monday 3 August 200 we will no longer accept prescription requests over the phone unless by prior arrangement. Please use your nominated pharmacy or our online services.

We have a number of different clinicians working with us, GPs, Practice Nurse, Health Care Assistant, Health Improvement Practitioner, Pharmacist, a Mental Health Practitioner & MSK Practitioner - to help us book you in to see the correct person - Reception will be asking you for your name/dob/tele no & what your appointment is regarding, this is to ensure that 1) you are one of our patients and 2) that you are booked with the correct person which will give them time to prepare for your appointment.


We are taking on NEW patients, if you are in our practice are and would like to register, please pop into the surgery for more details, we are on the right as you come through the door!


Have your say and join our Patient Participation Group - for more details contact Reception!




GP Registrars

We are a training practice. This means that we often have a GP registrar working with us. GP registrars are fully qualified doctors who have usually worked in hospital for several years, but are planning a career in general practice. They are usually with us for one year to complete their training to be a GP. We welcome enquiries from prospective GP registrars.

Video-recording of surgeries

One way that doctors continue to learn is to look at themselves on videotape. The GP registrar and other doctors in the practice periodically record their consultations with patients. Occasionally, therefore, you may be asked if you are willing to have your consultation with the doctor recorded on videotape. These recordings are for teaching and assessment purposes only and are only viewed by doctors.

Medical Students

Medical students now spend more of their time outside the hospital and university. We think that this is a good idea, and welcome medical students from Manchester University in the third and fourth year of their five year course. The students usually come for one day a week and learn by sitting in with the GPs and nurses and sometimes seeing patients on their own. You can of course always see the doctor without the medical student present if you wish.

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