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Record Sharing 

Please click on the link below for information sharing your medical records:

Sharing your Medical Records

Test Results
Test results will be available to you by telephone. Please telephone the practice for results after 11am. We will always contact you if further action is needed following receipt of your test results.

Out of Hours
For an illness that cannot wait until the surgery is open please telephone our usual daytime surgery number, 01773 535511, when your call will be redirected to the out-of-hours service. Your needs will be assessed and you will either be given advice or arrangements will be made for you to see a healthcare professional.

Are you aware that rather than having to make an appointment with your GP, you can visit the pharmacy for minor ailments  such as insect bites and stings, coughs, colds, tummy upsets, sunburn and many more minor ailments?

Cancelling your Appointment
If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone or use the link at the bottom of this page to cancel your appointment.


Choose Well Campaign

             Choose Well Campaign




NHS Nottinghamshire North & East encourages people to choose the right treatment and the best place to go.

Seasons change and we look forward to many things – like leaves on the trees in spring, sunshine in summer and frosty mornings in winter! But these can also bring with them a whole range of health problems, from hayfever, bee stings, food poisoning from a dodgy barbecue to falls in the snow and ice.


But there’s no need to worry, because your local NHS has got you covered.


By choosing how to manage various sorts of health problems correctly, you can help save lives. Two million people who go to A&E could either self-care or have been treated elsewhere in the community. The estimated cost of treating people who go to A&E but who could have either self-treated or gone elsewhere, is £136 million a year. For this money, we could employ 6,500 more nurses.


What’s more, 12 per cent of people admit to having used A&E in the past even when they knew there was nothing seriously wrong with them.


A&E departments or calling 999 should be for genuine emergencies and people who are badly injured or showing symptoms of a critical illness such as chest pain.  However, if you are worried about something the NHS is always there to help.


By making the right choices at the right time, you can get the best treatment through the NHS. As well as self-care many every day illnesses can be easily managed at home, while advice is freely available from:


NHS Direct



Walk in Centre


By choosing the right health care, you can help save lives.



For more information please visit our website






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