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Surgery Information

Access for the Disabled

The surgery is fully equipped with facilities for the disabled with access ramps, doors and disabled toilet facilities.

Parking facilities for disabled patients are conveniently available at the front of the building.


There is one main parking area next to the surgery. Please park with due consideration for others. 

Please leave easy access for the doctor to go out on an emergency, and also for ambulance access. 

Patients park at their own risk. 

Parking for disabled patients is available at the front of the practice.  Only use this if you are disabled in order that the disabled patients are not put to any difficulty.  

Children in the Surgery

We request all parents to supervise their children closely while attending the surgery so as not to be a nuisance to elderly or ill patients. 

Please encourage your children to play quietly and tidy up after themselves. 

Please do not let children run around in the waiting room. All children remain the responsibility of the parent/guardian whilst on the premises.

We would ask all carers to please bring with them to their appointments, suitable toys, books or other distractions to amuse their children whilst waiting for their appointment. We no longer provide toys on the premises because there is a significant risk of infection and we cannot clean the toys in between each child’s use. This risk is higher in the practice than in other social settings because predominantly children are being seen due to ill health and infection.

Mobile Phones

We request that our patients switch off their mobile phones when in the waiting room and during consultations.

Mobile phones interfere with our telephone system and other essential electronic medical equipment.


If you would like a chaperone present during a consultation at the Practice, please advise the receptionist when booking your appointment or when checking it in. Alternatively ask the clinician when you attend.

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