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Patient Notice

Christmas and New Year Opening times

Monday 18th December 2017 to Friday 22 December 2017 - Normal opening hours.

Saturday 23 December 2017, Sunday 24 December, Monday 25 December (Christmas Day Bank Holiday) and Tuesday 26 December (Boxing Day Bank Holiday) CLOSED

Wednesday 27 December 2017 to Friday 29 December Normal opening hours.

Saturday 30 December 2017, Sunday 31 December 2017 and Monday 1 January 2018 (New Years Day Bank Holiday) CLOSED

Tuesday 2 January 2018 Normal opening hours resume.

GP out of hours

To access details of this information, please visit:

Community pharmacy provision:
NHS Choices will be responsible for keeping community pharmacy information up to date over the holiday period.  Details of open pharmacies via this link:

EXTENDED ACCESS Appointments are available at Bath Street Health and Wellbeing Centre weekday evenings from 6pm and at weekends. Please contact our receptionist for telephone number and password to access the appointments.

We would like to inform patients that Dr Palmer, senior partner retired September 2017. 

We have three new doctors who have joined our team: 

Dr Dominic Anglin, Dr Hemma Mistry and Dr Alero Olupitan.

Dr Ahmed Abousteit will join the team mid-December 2017.

Flu season is here and we have flu clinics running throughout the next weeks.  If you are eligible, please contact our receptionist team to book you appointment. - Please check if you are eligible.

Self Care

If you have a minor or self limiting illness please click self care for advice, this may avoid an unnecessary consultation for a self limiting illness, and help the GP use their time more appropriately to see acute, chronic or complex patients.

You can access appropriate information from our self care page or from the self care forum website or ask advice from a local Pharmacist. There are fact sheets on the self care forum  website for common minor ailments, giving advice for looking after yourself.

Referal to secondary care or community care

NHS England, BMA and N.A.P.P have provided a new patient information leaflet to explain what happens when a patient is referred to a specialist/consultant and what the process is with regards medication and fit to work notes when under the care of the  specialist/consultant. See the link below:

Click here to learn about what happens when you are referred

CQC report

 CQC Follow up Inspection


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