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Flu Clinics

We are in the process of sending out our flu invitation letters to all eligible patients.  Please read this carefully and keep it in a safe place as you will need to bring it along to your clinic for proof of eligibility.

Reminder:  The car park and toilets will not be open for use.  The surgery will not be opened until the start of the clinic so you will not be able to come in and wait.  Please try and turn up at your allocated time to ensure good spacing of patients.  Please be prepared for inclement weather.


Due to the new working days and hours of the GP's from April 2018, we are aware that sometimes we are struggling to achieve the 48 hours (2 working days) turn around for repeat prescriptions.  We are therefore planning to change this to 72 hours (3 working days) from August 2018.  The turn around period will not include weekends or Bank Holiday's as we are not open on these days and do not process repeat prescriptions.

Please be aware of this change and help us to get your prescription done in a timely manner by ordering your medication in plenty of time before you will run out.

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GP leaving/joining

Unfortunately, Dr Berit French will be leaving us from the middle of June 2020 to move on to pastures new.  Her last working day at the practice will be Friday 12th June.  Patients who are registered with Dr French do not need to do anything as they will get allocated to the new GP automatically. 

We will be very sad to see her go and wish her luck in her new practice. 

We will be welcoming Dr Medi Bordbar to the team officially from September 2020, but you may get to deal with him in the interim during some of his locum sessions that he has with us during June, July and August.

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