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Steps to appointment BLISS!

  • What types of appointments does the surgery have?

       Urgent (yes)  Advance booking (yes) On the day appointments (yes)

       Telephone Consultations (yes) Practice Nurse (yes) Phlebotomist/HCA (yes)

  • How can you book these?

        Patient Partner (24hour automated system), Telephone and online via out website.

  • GP Access

        Patients can request a particular GP but may have to wait routinely longer.

  • Cancelling Appts

        Patients can cancel an appointment through Patient Partner, Telephone or Online via our website.

  • Home Visits

        for teminally ill or genuinely bedbound patients who are unable to travel by car or taxi.

Named GP for all patients

From the 1st April 2015, all practice are required to inform ALL patients of their named accountable GP. This is part of the GMS contract change for 2015 - 2016 that was agreed between BMA's General Practitioners Committee and NHS Employers.

It means that practices will need to ensure that each patient on their practice list is assigned a named, accountable GP.

New patients will be informed who they are registered with.

The named GP will not take on 24 hour responsibility for the patient or make a change to their working hours. The named GP cannot be the only GP to care to that patient. Patients are still entitled to see any GP they wish within the practice.

Contact us to find out who your allocated named GP is!

Online Access to Medical Records

Take greater control of your health and wellbeing by being able to view your medication history, allergies, adverse reactions and from April 2016 your coded medical history.  

Please ask our reception staff for further detail or use the links at the top of the page to start your registration.


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