The NHS app

The NHS have asked surgeries to only promote the NHS app as a way to view your medical records online. This is because it is much safer and secure than other service providers. The Surgery is no longer promoting other apps such as Patient Access, or myGP.

If you haven't already, please complete an online access to medical records form, and hand it into Reception. This will enable you to have your records online. You can then register for the NHS app here:

Access & Facilities

Disabled Access

At the surgery wheelchair access to the building is via the pedestrian gate at the front of our site. All patient services are provided at ground floor level.

A disabled patients’ WC is provided off the main corridor past reception on the right hand side. A wheelchair is available for patients’ use within the surgery. Please ask at reception.

Patients with learning disabilities

Longer appointments will be available to those patients who require more time

Hearing loop

We have a hearing loop at the front reception.  Please alert the receptionist if you would like to use this facility.


Parking facilities are very restricted. Please, if possible, leave your car at home.

This is private parking for patients attending the practice only.

Please do not park in the turning area as it not only causes problems for other patients but also blocks ambulance and staff access in an emergency.


These are not allowed in the building. Please leave them in the pram shelter in front of reception.

Why? – They can block corridors causing difficulty for our patients with mobility problems, and in bad weather bring in mud and water.

Non-English Speakers

We can arrange an interpreter, both telephone and face to face. Please request this at the time of booking an appointment. Additional time will be given for the appointment if required.

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