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Cancelling your Appointment
If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone or use the link at the bottom of this page to cancel your appointment. By giving us as much notice as you can you are helping us to make sure that someone else is given your slot.

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Flu Season
We are now getting towards the end of the majority of the flu vaccinations in the practice.  Over the next few weeks the last of the at risk groups should have been in for the annual flu vaccination.  Anyone who has not yet received an appointment should phone the practice - around mid November.  NOTE - if you are housebound and normally have the district nurse visit, then they will be starting their vaccination programme shortly. 

We have over 2000 patients to vaccinate each year, so we are grateful for everyone's attendance and especially to the nurses for administering the vaccine.

Late Patients
If you are late for your appointment, the reception staff will check with the GP to see if you will still be seen, however if you are more than 10 minutes late you will have to re-book. If you feel you must be seen, please speak to the receptionist who can update the GP.

Training & Research

GP Registrar

We are a practice where Registrars come to train as General Practitioners and it is sometimes required to record their consultations on videotape. You will be advised in advance of this situation and will be asked at the time of attendance to give written consent. This will not interfere in anyway with your consultation and will be treated with strict confidentiality.

Medical Student Training

Teaching young doctors, medical students and student nurses is an important part of the work of the practice. You therefore may find a medical student in attendance with your GP during the consultation but please let the doctor know if you are unhappy about this.


The practice at times embarks on research felt to be relevant to the health of our patients. Any research that you may be invited to participate in will have been ethically approved and you have the option to decline should you prefer.

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