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The surgery will be shut between 12.00 - 5.00pm for training purposes on:

Tuesday 21/05/2019

For further advise on what to do when we are closed click here.

Econsult is now live, please click here if you would like an online consultation.

Always running out of regular medications?

Please keep a stock and order further supplies via EMIS patient access in good time.

If you are collecting from the surgery, please allow 2 working days, for your request to be processed. If you have requested that your prescription be sent to a Pharmacy please allow 3-4 workings before collecting from your Pharmacy.

It is your responsibility to order more medication in good time;

If you run out, we cannot release the duty doctor from more urgent tasks; please understand that for most long term medications, it is safe to leave them off for 48 hours.  Our receptionists will only accept emergency scripts for medication that is dangerous to suddenly stop.   

Do not ring our reception to check where your prescription is; you can check the progress of any script requested using the EMIS patient access.  The system automatically updates once your script is issued.


 To Register please come into surgery for your log in details. Once you have acquired these then please click this link for Patient Access


10 tips for weight loss


1. Exercise/workout - Not only will this help you lose weight it will make you feel happier.  
2. Drink plenty of water - Drinking a lot of water helps you stay hydrated. It will make you feel full for longer as well as making you eat less.   
3. Avoid sodas - If you really want to lose weight, cut out soda from your diet. Soda has no nutritional value, but causes obesity besides other health problems such as diabetes, tooth decay and weakened bones.  
4. Increase your protein intake - Studies suggest that protein extends the feeling of fullness more than carbohydrates or fats do.   
5. Go for healthy food - Opt for nutritious foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables instead of junk and bakery items, which are high in sugar and fats.   
6. Don’t skip meals - Skipping meals can make you eat more. Instead, try to eat frequent meals as that will curb your appetite and make you eat less while boosting your energy and speeding up your metabolism.  
7. Control your craving for 10 minutes - Studies find the average craving lasts only about 10 minutes. So if you find yourself craving for a certain food, try to hang on for 10 minutes by distracting your mind in other activities.  In 10 minutes, your craving will be gone.  
8. Eat light - Revitalize your system with fresh salads, fruits, whole grains and lean meats.  
9. Sleep - Our body needs about eight hours of quality sleep per night. Studies suggest that lack of sleep can disrupt weight loss plans by increasing appetite and signalling the body to preserve more fat.  
10. Positive thinking - According to experts, low self-esteem is a major cause of overeating. Fill your mind with positive thinking. 

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