All patients registered with us have been allocated a named GP. A named GP is who is responsible for patients’ overall care at the practice. Please contact the surgery if you wish to know your allocted GP. If you have a preference as to which GP that is, the practice will make reasonable efforts to accommodate this request.
ADVANCED NURSE PRACTITIONER
Advanced Nurse Practitioner Amanda Wildson has now joined our practice. To read more about the services she provides, please click here.
TEXT MESSAGING SERVICE
Please ensure you have given us your up to date mobile number so we are able to send you a text message to remind you of your appointment dates and times.
What are the symptoms, and what should I do if I think I'm infected?
A person infected with Ebola virus will typically develop a fever, headache, joint and muscle pain, a sore throat, and intense muscle weakness. These symptoms start suddenly, between two and 21 days after becoming infected, but usually after five to seven days. If you feel unwell with the above symptoms within 21 days of coming back from Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone, you should stay at home and immediately telephone 111 or 999 and explain that you have recently visited West Africa. These services will provide advice and arrange for you to be seen in a hospital if necessary so the cause of your illness can be determined. If you feel you have been at risk of Ebola and have symptoms please ring 111 immediately.
Do not under any circumstance visit the surgery, walk-in centre or A&E without first calling 111 where fully trained staff will advise you on what to do.