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Patients on Pregabalin and Gabapentin

As from now, Pregabalin and Gabapentin are being classed as controlled drugs. This means that:

1. Prescriptions will not be able to be sent electronically to your nominated pharmacy

  • 2.  Prescriptions have to be collected from the surgery as they require a signature by the patient, a relative or a pharmacy

  • Maximum quantity allowed to be issued is 28 Days

If you feel you may want to reduce or stop either of these medications please make an appointment at the surgery to discuss with one of the Practice Pharmacists.


Less time in waiting rooms, less time on hold.

Patient access is a smart way to help you make use of you GP services online.

Book an appointment, manage repeat medication, view your medical record. 

Its quick and easy.   Ask at Reception for details.


Some services are not available on the NHS eg private sick notes, endorsements of private insurance claims, private medical examinations etc. For these services, there is a charge. To avoid embarrassment, please enquire about fees for these services before requesting that they be carried out.MEDICAL CERTIFICATES

Private letters of referral to consultants are, of course, free of charge.


These cannot usually be completed in surgery time, but can be left and collected, as arranged with the doctor or receptionist.


Please request a special appointment for medicals, eg elderly driver, taxi driver, HGV, PSV, sports, pre-employment etc, as these require a longer time allocation. There may be a fee payable.


These are issued only after the patient has seen the doctor and it is agreed the patient is not fit for work.

To ensure you do not lose any benefits and the current certificate does not expire please make an appointment to see the doctor when your sick note is due.


The surgery is also a DNA testing centre.

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