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Did you know you can now refer yourself to physiotherapy?

To find out more about the service and complete a self-referral form please click here.


We now have a new Facebook page which will keep you updated of all the news and goings on at the practice.  Visit the page here and don't forget to Like!

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Health Visitor Clinics

Health Visitor clinics are no longer held at the practice, instead, drop-in clinics are held around Evesham.  Please see below.

 Tuesdays 10.00-11.30am at the Vale of Evesham Christian Center 

Wednesdays 10.00-11.30am at Evesham Adventure Playground

1st Tuesday of every month at Pebworth Village Hall

Would you recommend our practice to your friends and family?

The NHS friends and family test (FFT) is an important opportunity for you to provide feedback on the services that provide your care and treatment.

Your feedback will help NHS England to improve servies for everyone.

To go to the Friends and Family Test, please click here

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Accessible Information Standard 

Do you have difficulty with memory or difficulty to understand? 

Do you have difficulty speaking or making your needs known?

We are working very hard to improve the way we communicate with our patients.  Please let us know if you need information in another format or communication support and we will try our hardest to accommodate.

Bank Holidays 2017

The practice will be closed on the following days:

Friday 14th April

Monday 17th April

Monday 1st May

Monday 29th May

Monday 28th August

Monday 25th December

Tuesday 26th December

How do we measure up? Read our CQC Report

Minor Illness Clinic

Minor Illness Appointments are held every morning from 8.45am until 12pm.  Appointments are released at 8 am on the day.

Our prescribing nurse can treat and prescribe a variety of conditions

- Sore throats, ear ache

- Coughs, colds/flu, sinusitis

- Hayfever

-Rashes, infected wounds, minor injuries

- UTI's

- Headlice, insect bits and stings

If you are unsure please speak to a Receptionist who will be able to point you in the right direction.

Please note; children under 6 and pregnant women are not suitable for minor illness clinic and may be required to see a GP.

Online Services

Our online services are provided by Patient Access. This is a free service to practices and patients provided by EMIS Health that allows you online access to:

 Check, book and cancel appointments

 Check your medication and order repeat medication

Update your contact information, including mobile phone and email    address

View information from your medical record including allergies, immunisations and medications.

New*** Access to coded record will be available from 31st July 2016

You can register for Patient Access online without visiting the practice. The system will then create a basic account that allows you to book an appointment.

To upgrade your account and get access to the complete features that we offer, you will need to visit the practice in person and provide photographic evidence of your identity i.e photocard driving licence/valid passport.

You can also register by visiting the practice in person and requesting a registration sheet which will enable you to set up a full account. This needs to be requested when you visit the practice and will require the same identification.

Extended Hours

A new extended hours clinic is now available to book for evening and weekend appointments which are held at the Minor Injuries unit at Evesham Hospital.

These appointments won't necessarily be with one of our own GP's but you will have a booked appointment with a GP who will be able to treat any acute conditions.

To arrange an appointment please speak to the Reception team.

Collecting prescriptions

Please allow at least two working days between ordering your repeat prescription and collecting it.

Our dispensary processes over 7,000 items a month and staff work hard to ensure that patients have their medication as quickly as possible.  We are unable to speed up requests for patients as this will result in further delays for others awaiting their medication.   Requests to process prescriptions in less than 48 hours may be declined.  Please respect our staff. They are working within strict guidelines to process patient medication safely.

(Site updated 14/06/2017)
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