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OUR MISSION STATEMENT

To provide high quality health care for our patients using comprehensive evidence based treatments within a safe environment.

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When we are closed.

When our GP practice is closed, patients should call the NHS 111 service by dialing 111.

All calls are free from landlines and mobile phones.

What is the NHS 111 service?

A simple, free to call, easy to remember three digit number that is available 24hours a day, 365 days a year

The NHS 111 service directs patients to the service that is best able to meet their needs taking into account their location, the time of day of their call, and the capacity of local service

When should I use the NHS 111 Service?

When it’s not a life threatening situation, and therefore is less urgent than a 999 call

When visiting your own GP isn’t an option, for instance when the GP Practice is shut or you are away from home

When you feel you cannot wait or are simply unsure of which service you require

When you require reassurance about what to do next

Don't delay! Call 999 for an ambulance if you experience any of the following:

  • Severe chest pain, especially with any of the following symptoms:

    • breathlessness
    • sweating
    • pain travelling elsewhere such as ...

      • arm
      • neck
      • throat
      • jaw
    • nausea and / or vomiting
    • any loss of consciousness or complaining of feeling faint or light headed
    • a history of heart disease
    • suddenly feel generally unwell
  • Sudden loss of consciousness or collapse at the time of the call
  • New and persistent unresponsiveness
  • Severe breathing difficulties – sudden onset or worsening
  • Severe or uncontrollable bleeding
  • Uncontrolled fits, especially in children
  • Suspected allergic reaction, causing any of the above symptoms or swelling of the nose or mouth
  • Sudden palpitations (‘fluttering of the heart’) ONLY IF accompanied by fainting or loss of consciousness.

For health needs that aren't urgent you should call your GP.

If a health professional has given you a number to call for a particular condition, you should continue to use that number.  

Protected Learning Times.

For one afternoon per month the Surgery is closed for Training purposes.

 
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