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There are many benefits to you as a patient registering for Online Services.  Once you have registered you can book routine GP Appointments and order authorised Repeat Medications.  If you also register for the Electronic  Prescription Service you can have your prescriptions sent straight to a nominated pharmacy of your choice. 

You can access Online Services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at home or abroad using any digital device that can access the internet.

  • It will reduce your visits and telephone calls to the Practice
  • You can give proxy access to an authorised person to manage your routine GP appointments and authorised repeat prescription ordering
  • You will be able to check which medication you should be taking and when
  • You will be able to access information on how to take medication safely through links to trusted websites
  • This saves both you and the practice time and money.  Its easy to use and eliminates the need to visit the surgery or pay for a telephone calls



Mrs Rita Okeke (f)

Rita Okeke has joined us a Clinical Pharmacist.  She is also a prescriber. Rita will be working with us for 3 days a week.   Rita will relieve the GPs from signing repeat prescriptions, dealing with prescription and prescribing queries, undertaking patient medication reviews and carrying out clinical audits. 

Community Nurses

The district nursing team consisting of staff nurses, enrolled and auxiliary nurses. Their duties include visiting patients who are unable to attend the surgery in their homes, giving practical assistance or offering professional advice. Each patient’s needs are assessed and the care/treatment is planned accordingly. If the district nurses judges that treatment could be more appropriately given at the surgery and it is possible for you to attend the surgery, then the district nurses will advise the doctors or practice nurses on the plan of management.

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