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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.

Sick Notes

When you are on sick leave from work, the law states that you do not need a sick note for the first seven days.  After seven days you would need an official sick note from your GP.


Up to seven days your employer should provide you with a ‘self-certification’ form for you to declare your illness yourself. 


If the illness lasts for more than seven days then contact your GP, who can issue you an official document – called a ‘Med3’ – as proof that you are ill. Please note that these documents can be back dated, but they cannot be forward dated under any circumstance. 


If your illness lasts for less than seven days but you still feel that you need a sick note then you can request a Private Doctor’s Statement from your GP.  There will be a charge for this NHS service.  This cost can either be met by the patient or the employer, depending on the circumstances. 


This note can also be used as proof that you have seen your GP.


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