Please see the NHS Website for more guidance:

We are holding flu clinics at the Surgery in October, for those who are eligible. If you have received a text message, please book using the link, or call the Surgery. If you are over 65, you can have your flu vaccine at any participating Pharmacy. If you are under 65, you will need to show your eligibility text message/letter. Not all Pharmacies are doing under 65's, so we recommend ringing in advance. 

Starting from mid-October, people aged 50 years old or over (including those who will be 50 years old by 31 March 2023) can have a free NHS flu vaccine. This is so at-risk groups can be offered vaccination first. A local Pharmacy will be able to do that for you. Alternatively, you can wait to be invited by the Surgery, to have it done with one of our clinicians.

Practice Charter

At Wrythe Green Surgery we aim to provide our patients with the best quality care available. Our charter is a statement of what you can expect from this practice and what we feel we can expect in return from you.

  • All patients will be treated equally. We do not discriminate on the grounds of gender, gender identity, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion or age.
  • Our premises will be clean and comfortable and have facilities for the disabled and babies
  • All patients will be greeted in a friendly manner and be treated with courtesy by everyone in the practice
  • Strictest confidentiality may be expected
  • Patients will be informed of any delay of more than 20 minutes
  • Patients will be offered advice about how to stay healthy and avoid illness
  • New patients registering with the practice will be offered a health check
  • Patients will be referred to a consultant when the doctor feels this is necessary
  • Complaints will be dealt with by our practice manager who will refer complaints to the doctors where appropriate

We Aim:

  • To offer patients an appointment with a healthcare professional within 48 hours
  • To see all patients with genuine urgent problems as soon as possible
  • For all staff in the practice to wear identification badges indicating their name and job title

Policy on Patients' Rights

In relation to primary care, patients have certain rights.

A Patient:

  • Has the right to be on a practice list
  • Has a right to see a GP (this does not need to be their named GP) at the surgery during surgery hours.
  • Should have access to a telephone number where a GP can be reached 24 hours a day, every day of the year
  • Should have a home visit, if considered necessary by the GP
  • If temporarily away from home must receive treatment if it is considered to be required immediately, though the GP is not bound to accept them as a temporary resident
  • Has the right to change practice, by applying to another practice. No reason is required
  • Requires giving consent before being examined or treated. However, a visit to the GP is considered to constitute consent
  • Is entitled to a chaperone during intimate examinations
  • Is not bound legally to accept treatment. However, a doctor can give essential treatment if the patient is temporarily incapable of understanding or consenting to treatment as per the Adults with Incapacity Act
  • May refuse to be examined when a medical student is present
  • Is entitled to a full and truthful answer to questions unless the answers would result in anxiety, which may injure the person’s health
  • Has the right to complain about their GP if he has not followed his terms of service or behaves in an unprofessional or unethical way. The patient should then be kept informed about how the complaint is being dealt with and told of the outcome
  • Has the right to see medical reports requested by insurance companies or employers before they are forwarded. However, a GP may withhold them if access may cause harm to the patient or if they contain information regarding a third party
  • Has the right to confidentiality

With These Rights Come Responsibilities

  • We ask that patients attend their appointments at the arranged time. If they cannot attend they will inform the surgery immediately
  • We expect that patients will understand that appointments are for one person only. Additional appointments will be made if more than one person needs to be seen
  • Patients are responsible for their own health and the health of their children and should co-operate with the practice in endeavouring to keep themselves healthy
  • We ask that requests for help or advice for non-urgent matters be made during surgery hours
  • Home visits should only be requested for patients who are seriously ill. It is important to bear in mind that most medical problems are dealt with more effectively in the clinical setting of a well-equipped surgery
  • Patients should realise that home visits are made at the doctor’s discretion
  • Requests for night visits should only be made for emergencies
  • Many problems can be solved by advice alone, therefore patients should not always expect a prescription at every consultation
  • We ask that patients treat the doctors and staff with courtesy and respect
  • Patients must inform the practice staff of any alterations in their circumstances, such as change of surname, address or telephone number, even if it is ex-directory.

Comments about our services

Please tell us if you have comments or complaints about our services.  These should be directed to Debbie Williams, General Manager or Dr A Galloway, Senior Partner, We will try to help you.

Or you could contact Independent Complaints Advisory Service (ICAS) on 0845 1203784 they are able to offer support to people with complaints about the NHS.  Further information about ICAS can be found at

Earnings Disclosure

The average pay for GPs working in The Wrythe Green Surgery in the last financial year was £102,386 before tax and National Insurance. This is for: 3 full time GPs and 9 part time GPs who worked in the practice for six months or more.

“NHS England require that the net earnings of doctors engaged in the practice is publicised by 31 March 2022 at the latest.  However, it should be noted that the prescribed method of calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the practice and should not be used for any judgement about GP earnings, nor to make any comparisons with other practices.”


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