COVID- 19 Vaccine
Please do not contact your GP for a COVID-19 Vaccine.
The NHS will contact people directly.
There will be extensive public information announcements
about how, where and when you can get vaccinated.
More details expected very soon!
Do you have a new continuous cough?
High temperature or fever?
A loss or change to youe sense of taste or smell?
These are all symtoms of Coronavirus, if you have any of these symptoms you stay home and avoid contact with other people as you would flu.
The only time you should leave home is to get a test, you can arrange a test HERE if you do not have internet access you can also arrange a test by calling 119.
Visitng Us During COVID
Whilst we try to sort your problems over the telephone or via video consultation it may be necessary for you to visit the practice for a face to face appointment.
Rest assured we are doing all we can to keep the practice safe.
When visiting the surgery for an appointment it is extemely important to wear a face covering.
PLEASE NOTE: Our toilets are not open to the public so please use the toilet before you leave home if necessary.
Only two persons are allowed in the queue at any one time, anyone else will be aksed to wait outside.
Our waiting areas seats are also restricted to adhere to social distancing measures.
If you have a general enquiry please try to call the surgery instead of coming in person.
If you wish to register with us, please follow the 'New Patient' tile on the home page for information on how to do so.
Face Masks And Exemptions
You do not need a letter from the GP for face mask exemptions.
Face masks are obligatory on public transport, shops and other indoor spaces. However not everyone is able to wear one.
The guidance from the government has made it clear that members of the public can self-identify as be unable to wear a face mask.
Please do not contact us asking for a letter.
If you are able to wear a face mask, even if it is somewhat uncomfortable, please try to do so!
Below are some useful links with information regarding face masks and exemptions:
Face coverings: when to wear one, exemptions and how to make your own