You can book appointments and order repeat prescriptions online
Please ask at reception for access details to use the service.
You need to register, using access details, to use the service. Patient access link
In addition to booking appointments with doctors and nurses and ordering repeat prescriptions, you can also view medical records like immunisation record and allergies.
If you think your record is incomplete telephone the surgery to update your records.
Our opening hours are from 8 am to 6 pm from Monday to Friday.
(We are open from 8 am to 6 pm (not 7 pm) on Wednesdays)
We are closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.
Meningitis B Vaccine
From September 2015 all children will receive meningitis B vaccine in addition to other vaccines. From August 2015, 17 and 18 year olds will be offered ACWY meningitis vaccine.
For further information see our Vaccinations and Immunisations page.
Childrens Immunisation Schedule
Electronic Prescription Service (EPS)
If you are on regular medications and you collect prescriptions by post or by coming to the surgery, EPS is a more convenient way to collect your prescriptions.
We send the prescription electronically to the pharmacy chosen by you, so it is ready for collection from the pharmacy without coming to the surgery.
EPS is useful if you have a pharmacy nearer to you and/or more convenient than attending the surgery and you use the same pharmacy to collect your prescriptions.
If you go to different pharmacies each time to collect your prescriptions then EPS is not suitable for you.
Certain controlled medications like tramadol cannot be sent by EPS. You have to collect the prescription from surgery.
In EPS there are no paper ones to collect by you or the pharmacy. It is very secure and there are no delays unlike mailed ones.
You need to tell us which pharmacy you use so that we can send the prescription electronically to them. You can not nominate more than one pharmacy.
You can always change the pharmacy by letting us know.
If EPS is not suitable, you can cancel it by phoning or writing to the surgery.
Patient information leaflet on EPS
Further information on EPS from hscic
Prescription medications and driving
Please note the change in the law. It is illegal to drive if your driving is impaired because of the medications prescribed to you. Police forces are equipped with devices to test on roadside to detect drugs use. Positive test is, if any illegal drug is detected and at higher level, if prescription drug is detected. Police will do ‘field impairment test’ to check the effect of drugs on driver. The test need not be positive if illegal drug is detected to penalise.
You should be cautious about driving if medications that you take warns about drowsiness. You must not drive if you feel drowsy after taking the medications. This includes ‘over the counter’ medications. Combination of medications and alcohol can take you over the limit easily.
The medications tested by police are: clonazepam, diazepam, flunitrazepam, lorazepam, methadone, morphine, oxazepam, temazepam. Please note that codeine, tramadol may test positive as morphine when tested. Some times labels on medications may not have these names. You need to read the labels fully.
Taking alcohol or illegal drugs in addition to the medications that can cause drowsiness can take you over the limit easily.
For further information click on the links below:
Drugs and Driving. Gov uk
NHSUK: What happens if you take drugs and drive
NHS UK: Field test driving
Care Quality Commission (CQC)
CQC has inspected our practice. The preliminary report is published on the CQC website. Full report will be published on the CQC website when the checks are complete.
CQC Inspection summary
Care.data: Important Information
It is important to know about care data and act now if you do not want your personal information to be shared.
It will be presumed you agree for the sharing of the data if you do not opt out.
Click on the link below for further information and opt out form.
Care Data: What You Should Know
Care Data programme was set to extract patient records from GP practice from March 2014 and link it with ‘hospital episode statistics’. Now this has been pushed back by six months because of widespread media coverage and concern from GP bodies.
NHS England sent leaflet to every household informing about care data.
NHS England leaflet
Patient Participation Group
We have an active Patient Participation Group (PPG). We need more volunteers to join the group to get wide representation of views of all the patients in the practice. Please ask at reception to join the group.
Next PPG meeting is on Thursday 22 January 2015 from 12 to 1 pm at the surgery in Pallion Health Centre.
Pre-register if you live in the area and want to join our practice as a new patient
If you live in the area and want to join our practice you can save time by pre-registering online by clicking on the link below.
You still need to visit the practice to confirm your registration.
Surgery closure on certain Wednesday afternoons
The Practice is required to provide training for all staff on a regular basis.
The Surgery will be closed on the following Wednesday afternoons for the training.
- 16th September 2015 from 12 noon to 6 pm
- 21 October 2015 from 12 to 6 pm
- 18 November 2015 from 12 noon to 6 pm
- 16 December 2015 from 12 noon to 6 pm
- 17 February 2016 from 12 noon to 6 pm
Easy links to information on our website
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Appointments & Repeat Prescriptions
Out of Hours & Emergencies
Long Term Conditions & Regular Checks offered by NHS