COVID - Telephone contact - Due to the reduced access to practice sites telephone contacts have increased and we are experiencing periods of high volumes of calls. Staff are monitoring waiting times for calls throughout the day and reporting issues where there are excessive wait times and we continuing to work to reduce waiting where possible. Apologies if you have been affected by long waits and thank you for your patience.




The secretary provides administration support for the practice dealing with all GP referrals and Choose and Book. You would need to see a GP in order to get a referral, where they would assess you and decide if they feel a referral is appropriate. It is at a GPs discretion to refer you.

Most of our referrals go through The Gateway. Please click here for more information about The Gateway, including what The Gateway is, what happens once The Gateway recieve your referral and contact information if you wish to chase your referral. To contact The Gateway please call 01636 894933

Mental Health Services referrals do not go through The Gateway. Below is a list of contact numbers for Mental Health Services if you wish to chase your referral.

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) - 01636 670633

This service is offered to anyone up to the age of 17 years and 6 months

Community Mental Health Team - 01636 670600

This service is offered to anyone over the age of 17 years and 6 months up to the age of 65 years

Mental Health Services for Older People (MHSOP) - 01636 685951
This service is offered to anyone over the age of 65 years

Crisis Team - 0300 3000 131


There are a number of services that you can refer yourself to without needing to see a GP first.

For help with alcohol abuse - Self Referral form to Alcohol Team

For counselling - Lets Talk Well Being referral form

For bereavement support for children - Self Bereavement for Children

For vasectomies - Self Referral form to Vasectomy Service

If you have any queries about your referral please do not hesitate to contact us directly and ask to speak to the secretary.

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