Practice News

19th Jul

Monkey Pox Information for patients

The UK Health Security Agency has confirmed that cases of monkeypox have increased recently but the risk to the UK population remains low.

 Anyone can get monkeypox. Currently most cases have been in men who are gay, bisexual or have sex with men, so it's particularly important to be aware of the symptoms if you're in these groups.

Contact NHS111 or a sexual health clinic if you have a rash with blisters and either:

  • you've been in close contact, including sexual contact, with someone who has or might have monkeypox (even if they've not been tested yet) in the past 3 weeks
  • you've been to west or central Africa in the past 3 weeks


If you have an unexplained rash, please contact NHS 111 or phone the practice to make an appointment. Further public information is available on

8th Jul

** Important notice to patients Re: Face Coverings in Surgery **

Guidance has been sent today from the NHS England Care Quality Team that due to a high number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the past 7 days the guidance is to continue to ask patients to respect the wishes of the partners, management and staff and wear a face covering.

Patients & Visitors  -  Please be advised that on entering the surgery premises you will (if not already)  be asked to wear a face covering unless you have the proof of appropriate medical exemption.

Our staff will continue to wear a face covering when walking around the building.



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