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ChristmasChristmas Opening Times:

Monday 25th December – CLOSED

Tuesday 26th December – CLOSED

Wednesday 27th December – Open as normal

Thursday 28th December – Open as normal

Friday 29th December – Open as normal

Monday 1st January 2018 – CLOSED

Tuesday 2nd January 2018 – Open as normal

 

Offers free and confidential Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea postal testing service for people aged 16 to 24 years.

RUclear is run by the NHS, the tests are of a high quality and are FREE.

If you would like further information on how to receive a testing kit please click here where you can request a kit be sent to your home.

 

 

Your opinion is important to us - Please click on the Friends and Family Survey button on the right-hand side of the screen and answer a single multiple choice question.  For more information about the Friends and Family Survey, please click on the two links below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWEKinEeyLs&feature=player_detailpage  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=XJ6G5efgu2s

 

See latest legislation relating to on-line access to patient services by clicking on Page 1. Electronic Patient Records

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As from 1st December 2014, it is a contractual requirement that all GP Practices undertake the NHS Friends and Family Test (FFT).  This is a feedback tool that allows people who use NHS services to provide valuable information (anonymously if preferred) to practices about their experience, so they may make improvements where necessary.

We would like to invite you to take a couple of seconds to answer 2 questions about your recent experience at the Practice by clicking on the "Friend & Family Survey" button on the right hand side of our webpage.  We will monitor the feedback and keep you updated on our progress with your suggestions.

Thank you for your continued support and assistance.

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