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Please click here for more information on how to order your repeat prescription. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU ARE NO LONGER ABLE TO EMAIL PRESCRIPTION REQUESTS. This is due to the fact that the email address is not secure and should not be used for patient sensitive information.

Emergency Treatment after RTA's.

If you are seen at the surgery for emergency treatment after a road traffic accident you will be required to pay a fee of £21.30 which can be claimed back under the drivers insurance, see the main page for Further Information 


We are now a Yellow Fever Centre and can offer Yellow Fever vaccinations to anyone who requires this.  You do not have to be a patient here to receive a Yellow Fever vaccination. Please contact the surgery to arrange an appointment with the nurse. The cost is £59.59 - this is for the vaccination and the certificate, payable in cash only at reception


We will be closed on the following Bank Holidays in 2017:- 25th December, 26th December.

Click here for a full list of days the Surgery will be closed.


The Out Of Hours service (OOH) has changed. Please call 111. Click here for more information.


Please click here for more information. 

Teaching Practice

The practice is committed to training new GPs for the future and Drs Boteju, Narra and Ong offer teaching opportunities for students at various stages of their training programme.

Medical Students

On occasions there may be one or more university students placed at the practice. The intention is for them to be present at your consultations. You will be advised of this when you book your appointment and although we do hope that you won't mind assisting in their training, you do have the opportunity to decline if you so wish.   

Foundation Doctors

Foundation Doctors have the opportunity to gain experience in a series of posts in a variety of specialties and healthcare settings. They spend four months with the practice and although they are able to see patients they are supervised and supported by our General Practioners. At the end of the Foundation stage they may choose to further their career as a General Practitioner or they may opt for continued hospital training.

Specialty Registrar (GPST)

The Specialty Registrar is a little further along in their training to become a General Practitioner. They also spend four months with the practice. They see patients but are supervised and supported by our General Practitioners.    

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