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New Patient Registrations
Looking for a doctor?Please contact the practice and arrange to complete a new patient registration form and health questionnaire.  You will need proof of identity and proof of address with you when you register.

Late Night Clinics
We are pleased to announce that we now hold late night appointments up until 7:30pm every Monday night. Please note that reception is closed to general queries and prescription collections.

Please try to keep your appointment and arrive at the surgery in good time. If you are unable to make your appointment, please tell us as soon as possible so we can offer your appointment to another patient.

Out of Hours
If you need to see a doctor outside normal surgery hours, please telephone the normal practice number – 01274 224 888 – and you will be directed to our emergency on-call doctor service.  Alternatively, you can call 111 for any health queries.

Test results
Please telephone after 2pm for test results.

Voluntary Sector Organisations

Voluntary Sector Organisations

We strive to maintain an up to date and comprehensive list of voluntary organisations who work with and support the health and social care services.  You can access this list by clicking on the link above.

The above list contains details of places who offer support for;

- People with mental health illnesses, or those who care for them

- People who have been the victims of abuse

- People with learning disabilities or autism

- People who have suffered a loss and would like bereavement support

The types of support offered vary from formal counselling sessions, to group activities, housing support, carer respite and benefits advice.

There are many types of voluntary organisations in the UK. Most are one of the 180,000 registered charities, but there are also housing associations, credit unions, community interest companies, trusts, local community groups and others.

Many charities and other voluntary sector organisations work in conjunction with the NHS to provide support to people with various different backgrounds and circumstances.  Many offer their services free of charge and receive funding from the NHS and charitable donations.

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