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The latest Practice News can be viewed by either clicking on the rolling text at the top of the page or by clicking on 'Latest News' on the right hand side.

Warning - hoax calls re: blood pressure monitors

We have been made aware of a call to a patient in which they were told that their doctor wanted them to buy a home blood pressure machine and were asked for credit card details over the phone. This is a hoax call - we are not contacting patients and would never ask for credit card details.

Sharps containers

From Monday 21st November 2016, we will no longer be permitted to accept the used yellow sharps containers from patients. There is a new process in place whereby North Somerset Council will collect the used sharps containers from patient's homes. This is a much safer method than bringing them into the surgery as it reduces any risks arising from transporting the boxes to the surgery or handing them over the desk to a receptionist.

North Somerset Council are able to collect the containers either as a one-off, weekly, monthly or as and when needed. This is a free service.

You will need to collect a form from the surgery front desk and complete this for the process to start. We will fax the completed form to North Somerset Council who then send us details of your collection times, which we will then pass on to you.

North Somerset Council have reassured us that it is safe to leave sealed sharps containers outside for collection and that they collect them as early in the day as possible. Collections commence from 7:00am, unfortunately there is no choice regarding the day of collection.

If you have any queries regarding this, please feel free to contact the surgery or come and see our receptionists at the front desk.

Electronic Prescriptions

If you have nominated a pharmacy to receive your prescriptions electronically, they will now be sent direct (no need to come in and pick up the paper prescription)

If you have any queries or would like to sign up for this service please speak to your chosen pharmacy.

Blood Pressure Drop-in clinics

Blood Pressure drop-in clinics will be running every Thursday from 14th April 2016 onwards, see "Latest News" for details

Online Services

If you would like to book/cancel appointments, request repeat prescriptions or view parts of your medical record online (using the 'Patient Access' system), please register via the 'Book an Appointment' tile at the bottom of this page. You can also come into the surgery and ask for a registration form at reception.

Even if registering online it will still be necessary to come into the surgery and complete a registration form. You must also bring some identification with you (this needs to be photographic ID and proof of residence). If you wish to pre-print the application form and bring it in completed, please click here.

Booking appointments online: Please note that on-the-day appointments are released at 8 a.m. (both over the phone and online). If you log in at 8 and cannot see these appointments please refresh your browser.

Would you recommend our services to your Friends or Family?

To provide feedback please click here or on the 'Patient Group' button on the right of this page (you'll find it under the "Have your say" section).

Opening Hours:

Mon: 08.00 - 18.30  Tues: 08.00 - 20.30  Wed: 08.00 - 20.30  Thur: 08.00 - 18.30  Fri: 08.00 - 18.30

Weekends and Bank Holidays: Closed

Named GP for all Permanent Registered Patients

All patients have been allocated a named GP at the practice.  Whilst this doctor has been designated as having overall responsibility for care and support that our surgery provides for you, this does not prevent you from seeing any other doctor in the practice  as you currently do.

If you do not know the name of your allocated GP please contact the practice. 


 

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