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How information about you helps us to provide better care - NHS England
Confidential information from your medical records can be used by the NHS to improve the services offered so we can provide the best possible care for everyone.

This information along with your postcode and NHS number but not your name, are sent to a secure system where it can be linked with other health information. This allows those plannning NHS services or carrying out medical research to use information from different parts of the NHS in a way which does not identify you.

You have a choice. If you are happy for your information to be used in this way you do not have to do anything.

If you have any concerns or wish to prevent this from happening, please speak to practice staff or ask at reception for a copy of the leaflet "How information about you helps us to provide better care"

More information can be found here


docbabyThe Doctors see patients in the surgery by appointment. You can make the appointment at the reception desk or by calling the surgery line and choosing the appointment option from the automated service.  The appointment line is open from 8.30am daily. 

We will do our best to offer you an appointment within two working days but you also have the option to book in advance if this is more convenient for you. 

If you have an urgent problem we will always try to give you an appointment with one of the Doctors the same day.  Please do not request an urgent consultation for routine matters.

Telephone Advice

The doctors are usually willing to give advice over the telephone. You should bear in mind that the doctor may be in middle of surgery so normally we will take a message and ask the doctor to ring you back. Alternatively you may be asked to ring when the surgery is finished.  

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