From Monday 2nd August our opening hours will be changing!  The surgery doors 🚪 will be open from:

Monday to Thursday - 8am - 6pm

Friday - 7:30am - 6pm

Saturday - 8am - 12pm.

However, you will be able to contact the surgery by telephone

☎ Monday to Thursday from 8am - 6:30pm, Friday 8am - 6:30pm and Saturday 8am - 12pm


are available for all eligible patients.

 Click here for more information 

FREE NHS Health Check

available for patients aged 40-74. Follow the link for more information or contact us to find out if your eligible.

Repeat Prescriptions

You can order your repeat prescription in the following ways:

  • By Telephone - To order your precription by phone please call 01772 529067, Monday - Friday between 10am-12noon or 2pm-4pm. This line is manned during those hours by our Medicine Management team who will process your order for you.


  • Online using the FREE app 'Patient Access'. To download the app search 'Patient Access' in your app store or visit Patient Access Website. To register online please visit Patient Access.
  • Handing in the white tear off part of the prescription that is supplied by your Pharmacy when they dispense your last prescription. Only individual items that are ticked will be issued. You may requests reprints of the white tear off slip as and when they are needed at the surgery.
  • By filling in the request slip located in the practice reception.

"It will take 2 full working days from date of your request to process your prescription”

If you request prescriptions on line you may get a message saying your request is rejected. Please note this may not be the case.

If your request has been rejected for any reason we will attempt to contact you. Please ensure we have an up to date contact number for you. 

The practice will only accept orders for prescriptions from you or your carer 

We review repeat prescriptions every 12 months but in some cases it may be less than this according to the instructions of your doctor.  When you are due for a review this will be highlighted on your prescription.  Some records and most repeat prescriptions are computerised.

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