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Wednesday 17th July 2019

The telephone lines will be closed today from 12.30 until 8.00am Thursday 18th July 2019

Click Opening Hours then the Closed tab to find out who to ring if you need medical assistance

Text message service

We have started to use text messages to contact you about making appointments, if you wish to "opt out" of this service, please let us know.

New website coming soon!

Change of Address

If you change your name, address, telephone number or email address, please remember to inform us.

You can speak to the reception staff or complete the online form, which can be found on our practice website. If you move outside the practice area, you may want to stay with us.  We now take "Out of Area" patients *see below for further details.

You may use the online form below to notify us of your change of details. The form will open in a new window. Fill out the details and press the Send button.

The form below states you have to register with a new GP if your address falls outside our catchment area. This is not always the case (see information below about Out of Area patients)

Change of Address Form

*Out of Area patients

Services are limited for "Out of Area" patients, such as District Nurses and Health Visitors. We will not be able to provide you with home visits during the day.   

If you would like to register as an "Out of Area" patient, please inform the Reception Team. 

You will be ask to complete a GMS1 (registration form) and sign a disclaimer. 

Once we have received both these documents, you will be temporarily deducted from our list before we re-add you as a new "out of area" patient. This could take 4-5 working days.

If you have Patient Access (online services) these will be deactivated during this time and we will re-activate them once your registration has been accepted by NHS England.

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