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Would you like to join our Team?  Currently no vacancies

Use the Quick Link 'Online Services' to order your prescription

If you are registered with us, you may be entitled to the following free NHS Services :

  • Shingles vaccinations

  • Whooping Cough vaccinations for pregnant women

  • Flu vaccinations over 65s now in stock. 

  • Under 65s if you have a chronic disease, asthma, COPD, Heart disease, High Blood pressure, Learning Disabilities, Pregnant women and if you are a Carer. Note:  This year there is a delay in delivering the vaccines. We are expecting our delivery at the end of October. 

  • Telephone us to make an appointment or if you are unsure whether you are eligible




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  • Electronic Prescription Service available

  • Open Monday to Friday from 8a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Currently no vacancies   

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We welcome and accept new patients

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HGV Medicals - £100, Taxi Medicals - £60 Telephone to book your appointment

Better Access for you - read about what we are doing to improve appointment access for you. Click on Appointment heading to access this information.


Shingles Aged 70 or 79 on 1st September 2018. Get vaccinated.  Telephone to book your appointment.  For further information about shingles visit   

Register for Online appointments  

Register for this service via the Appointment Tab.

Are you interested in joining our Patient group?

 We are always interested in new members joining our group.  If you are interested, complete the joining form. 

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