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On Thursday 24th October the practice will be closed from 12 noon for staff training. Should you require urgent medical assistance during the time of our closure please contact 111.  Please ensure you collect any medication from your usual practice before 12 noon.

General Data Protection Regulation & Privacy Notice

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new law that determines how your personal data is processed and kept safe, and the legal rights that you have in relation to your own data. The regulation applies from 25 May 2018 and will apply even after the UK leaves the EU. For further details please see the Practice's Privacy Notice (under the Quick Links section opposite).


Long Term Conditions



There are a large number of our patients who have two or more long term conditions.


These include:

    • High blood pressur
    • Heart diseas
    • Heart failur
    • Stroke/TI
    • Dementia

To help these patients we will run 'Long Term Conditions Clinics'.


Any patient with two or more of these conditions will be invited to the Long Term Conditions Clinic. 


The aim of these clinics is that patients will be seen once a year for a full review.  They will have a nurse appointment when all their long term conditions and medication will be reviewed. 


Any relevant investigations, ie. blood tests etc will be arranged one month prior to the appointment. All the investigation results will be reviewed by our Pharmacist and a GP prior to your appointment.


The clinics will be run by our qualified Nurse prescriber and our LTC Nurse.  Patients will have their health and medication reviewed and will receive a personalised care plan to help them.


Please contact our reception staff if you have any queries.


Should you have any feedback or suggestions, please feel free to direct these to Cathryn Palmer, Practice Manager.


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