Find My NHS Number
A new service is now live to help patients find their NHS number. This service is for anyone living in England who has forgotten or does not know their NHS number. You can also use this service on behalf of someone else where the name, date of birth and registered home postcode is known. Patients can opt for the number to be sent to them by text, email or letter. The service is accessible via this link
Flu Vaccines 50-64 years olds
We are now accepting bookings for this new age group (not normally at clinical risk)
Please call 0118 981 4166 or use online access if you have an account
We Are Prioritising Urgent Care
Due to the big increase in Coronavirus cases and illness of Doctors we are currently prioritising urgent care. There will be a delay in responding to eConsults.
If your concern is clinically urgent, please contact the surgery directly.
Get Pandemic Volunteer Support
Help is available from NHS Volunteer Responders during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Find out if you’re eligible and how to get in touch.
If you, or someone you know, or someone you care for would like to register for support from the volunteers or have any questions about the NHS Volunteer Responder programme please call 0808 196 3646 (8am to 8pm, 7 days a week).
Alternatively, please consider the following options if you have hearing loss:
- Our Support Team is set up to accept and utilise the Relay UK service
- BSL Health Access, which can connect a British Sign Language (BSL) user with the programme.
If you’re already getting support from our team of NHS Volunteer Responders, then find out more about what happens next on our I’m getting support page.
Online Medication Review
If your medication review is overdue please be assured that we will continue to issue your repeat prescriptions. We are currently prioritising urgent care.
Visit our online Medication Review page
Face Coverings - COVID-19 Pandemic
Please follow Government guidance regarding when to wear a face covering & exemptions to wearing a face covering where they are mandated
A GP exemption letter is not required. You are able to print your own exemption cards if you wish: