All patients are first assessed by telephone and if needed, we can use video and face to face assessment. However, please avoid contacting us for minor ailments.
For COVID symptoms please contact 111 initially via their dedicated website.
For other advice please consult the NHS website in the first instance where you can find lots of advice.
However, we are concerned that people may not at the present time contact us about potentially serious conditions.
For children please use this link for help to assess your child and advice on who to contact.
If you are still unsure about a child’s health please contact the surgery for further advice.
If you are experiencing any of the following we do want to hear from you:
- Unexplained weight loss
- Unusual swellings or lumps anywhere on the body
- New Ulcers or sores that won’t heal
- Blood in urine (wee) or faeces (poo)
- Change in bowel habit that lasts longer than 6 weeks
- New problems passing urine (having a wee)
- Difficulties swallowing (e.g. food getting stuck)
- Hoarse voice lasting more than 3 weeks
- New cough (unrelated to recent infections/covid-19) for more than 3 weeks
- Heavy night sweats
- For women, unusual change to the breast or any new breast lumps, vaginal bleeding after the menopause or between periods
- New dark or black skin lesions or significant change to an existing mole