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Public holidays
Please note, the practice will be closed for the public holidays on Monday 3/May/2021 and Monday 31/May/2021. If you need help, advice or an appointment during this time, please call NHS 111 to book an appointment.

Coronavirus information

Official sources of Covid-19 information
We are open but please do not visit the practice unless you have an appointment...
...instead call the practice or use the e-consult link below. You can speak to a GP over the phone, by e-consult or have a video consultation.

If a doctor does need to see you in person then you will be given an appointment to attend the Practice.

Our Nurses and Healthcare Assistant are providing appointments for most nursing procedures, but please ring the practice and check with our Reception Team for availability.

Stay at home if you have coronavirus symptoms!
If you have either:
• a high temperature – you feel hot to touch on your chest or back;
• or a new, continuous cough – this means you've started coughing repeatedly
• or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste

Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital
• You must self-isolate
• Check if you are eligible for a test


The practice does not have access to tests. All tests are conducted by the national testing scheme. Please do not ask us if we can test you.
Use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service if...
• you feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home
• your condition gets worse
• your symptoms do not get better after 7 days


Please do not call us and do not call NHS 111.
Please do not visit us, do not visit a pharmacy, do not visit the walk-in centre & do not visit any hospital.
Important Covid trial
Please click on the link to see information about an important local trial for patients with suspected or confirmed Covid-19.

They need your help!

View poster   principletrial.org   Call 0800 138 0880
Help with social needs
If you are self-isolating or have been identified as at risk during this time and feel you need help, our social prescribing link workers can help you with your short-term needs.

They offer information on services to help with shopping, medication collection, keeping physically active and emotional support; developing plans to cover short term practical, physical and emotional needs; and helping to co-ordinate services that support the most at risk in their homes.

To get in contact with them, please call 023 8017 0610.

CALL 023 8017 0610