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Care Quality Commission – Practice achieves “Outstanding” rating

Practice Closures for Training

The Practice is closed in the afternoon on the following Wednesdays for training. These training periods form an essential part of the Practices continued development and we apologise for any inconvenience that these closures may cause.


10th July 2019 Closed 13:00 - 18:30

11th September 2019 Closed 13:00 - 18:30

9th October 2019 Closed 12:30 - 18:30

13th November 2019 Closed 13:00 - 18:30

Online Access To Medical Records

You can now have to access to your Summary Care Record and Detailed Coded Record. The Summary Care Record (SCR) is a summary of your GP medical records. The SCR displays your Repeat and Current Medications for the last 12 months and any Allergies and Adverse Reactions. It is possible to include additional information. Additional information can be included with the agreement of You and the Practice.

To access this, you need to contact the Practice, who will arrange for this function to be made available within your Systmonline account.

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Important Notice for Parents - Child Protection

In order for the surgery to maintain Child Protection and safeguard children, it is essential that parents inform the surgery in writing if your child is cared for by a relative or child minder who is likely to bring the child to see a clinician at this surgery.

If a child is brought into surgery for a routine appointment, vaccination, etc. and they are not accompanied by the parent or legal guardian; the clinician may refuse to see them.

If the child's condition is life threatening then anyone can give consent.

Inform the surgery now, in writing, if your child is likely to be brought into the surgery by a child minder, grandparents, etc.

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