WE ARE EXPERIENCING TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES WITH OUR PHONE LINES Please be patient with us whilst we resolve this issue. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Dear Visitors - the surgery will be closed on Monday 2nd May The surgery will reopen on Tuesday 3rd of May. If you need urgent advice or treatment, please call NHS 111. Thank you and have a lovely break.
Please note we will no longer accept prescription requests via email from the 1st April 2022
PLEASE NOTE FROM MONDAY 21ST MARCH 2022 THE SURGERY WILL BE OPEN FROM 8.00AM. PLEASE CALL THE SURGERY AT 8.00AM FOR APPOINTMENTS**
Dr Marwa Saeed
Dr Saeed joined the practice In July 2021 and works on Mon Tuesday and Wednesday
Dr Pooja Popat
Dr Popat joined the practice in in September 2021 and has a special interest in paediatrics and women's health. Dr Popat works on Tuesday and Thursday.
Mr Azhar Iqbal
Our Physicians Associate Azhar is able to see patients of all ages for acute and chronic medical care. He can refer patients to other services or to A & E when clinically appropriate. Other duties include prescription reauthorisation, review of hospital letters and laboratory results.
Mr Anthony Guest
Anthony is a specialist physiotherapist who is here every Tuesday. If you have a new joint/muscular problem/ sprain - please ask to be booked with him.
Mrs Charlotte Rowley
Charlotte works with compass support who are a social prescribing organisation. Please click on the link to see how they can support you
Coronavirus (COVID-19) update
If you need to visit the surgery, please be aware of the following changes we have made which will help to reduce the spread of infection.
Wearing a face covering or face mask
Following the Government's new guidance on the extended use of face masks in NHS healthcare settings, all patients and visitors will need to wear a face covering or a face mask when entering the building.
You should bring your own face covering or mask.
This new guidance will be enforced from Monday 15 June.
There may be exceptions such as young children and people with breathing difficulties.
For further information, please speak to a member of staff.
It's important that you wear and remove your mask properly, as this can be a source of infection otherwise.
Please remember that face masks are not an alternative to social distancing and good hand hygiene, which are the most important precautions we can take against infection.
We have installed a number of signs and stickers to reinforce the social distancing regulations.
You must keep two metres apart from other people and should walk on the left hand side of corridors and stairs.