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 New - You can now connect to WIFI in the Surgery. Please select NHS Wi Fi.


From Spring 2020 England will have an 'opt-out' system , rather than an 'opt-in' system, meaning that all adults will have agreed to become organ donors after they die unless they have 'opted-out' or are within the excluded groups.

 Important notice – From July 2018 we are now recording all telephone calls for quality monitoring, training, compliance and security purposes in accordance with GDPR regulations.  If you have any questions please refer to our Recording telephone calls policy on the website.

General Data Protection Regulations

On Friday 25th May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation comes into force. This regulation ensures that the practice will have processes in place which ensure that all information held about patients and staff is secure. For further information please see the practice Privacy Notice accessible on the right hand side of this page.

Test Results

Test Results

"Most blood test results come within a week of being taken, but some do take longer. Results such as x-rays and scans can take upto 3 weeks to come back to the surgery.

To get your results please telephone or call in at the surgery after 10am. The receptionist will inform you of the result as long as it has been checked by the doctor.

If you would prefer to receive your results via SMS ( short messaging service) to your mobile phone, please complete a consent form at reception desk or download from this page and return to the surgery.
Because of issues of confidentialty we cannot give out test results to anyone other than the patient. If the doctor feels they need to speak to you about the result they will indicate after seeing it whether you need a 'phone review or to be seen in person. The receptionist can then book either of these for you when you phone for the result.
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