As the number of Covid positive cases is significantly increasing it has now been decided that Healthcare providers are to return to previous Covid precaution mask-wearing.
This includes all patients and visitors attending General Practice.
thank you for your co-operation.
If you or anyone in your household have any of the below coronavirus symptoms
A new continuous cough
A high temperature (37.8 degrees or higher)
A loss/change in your normal sense of smell or taste
DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY.
Please see below the minutes from our last Patient Participation Group (PPG) Meeting!
PPG Meeting Minutes 15.06.2022
If you would like to know more about our PPG group and when the next meetings are please click the tab labelled 'Patient Participation Group' to the right of this page.
AUTISM RESEARCH REGISTER
Why do we need a research register?
One in every hundred people are on the autism spectrum - https://www.autism.org.uk/advice-and-guidance/what-is-autism
What does Research aim to do?
- Research will allow us to learn more about autism, which may lead to better care and an increased understanding of autism.
What is the research register?
We are keen to share research opportunities with those who are interested in taking part in research related to autism. To help with this we are building a research register. The register will hold the names of people interested in taking part in research related to autism.
please follow this link for the register and for more information:
We're proud to support our Armed Forces community
The impact of service isn't always obvious, but through becoming Veteran Friendly accredited, our team is specially trained to support our Veteran patients and help them to access the specialists services they need.
To find out more about how we support our Armed Forces community, see the Clinics & Services tab at the top of the page.