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  • Flu Vaccination is open to all patients

  • New online appointments are available for Mr Rafiq Clinical Pharmacist

  • New sessional GPs, Dr Hitesh Rana (Male) is covering two sessions a week and Dr Bushra Bi (Female) will be starting regular sessions from February 2018.

New Patient Registration

register_now_pink_signNew patients from whatever background young or more senior are  most welcome to register with our practice. Proof of entitlement to NHS care is however required &  the completion of basic paperwork. New patients on regular medication are recommended to see either one of the doctors or nurse Kim prior to needing a repeat supply of meds.

Under the new GP contract all patients are registered with the practice and not assigned to an individual doctor’s list. Our patients remain free to see whichever doctor they prefer.

For any episode of illness however we would ask you to always try to see the same clinician, if possible. Our clinical team work closely together & difficult cases are regularly discussed

Medical treatment is available from the date of registration.  Please contact reception for further information.

Inner Practice Boundary (marked in red)

New patients living within our inner boundary are welcome to register. This process can even be started on line now and completed when you first visit us.


Outer Practice Boundary (marked in green, covering a much larger area)

To give existing patients greater choice and recognising some may work close to the surgery, we can now keep you on our list when you move within our outer boundary so long as we feel this is appropriate bearing in mind your clinical history and likely ongoing medical/nursing needs. Do keep in mind those  likely to need frequent home visits would usually be better served by a practice within a reasonable distance of the home address.


To view the practice inner boundary area CLICK HERE


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