Important Update: As of 18/09/2020 our phonelines between 12 and 2pm will be emergency calls only. We ask all medication is ordered online where possible. We are unable to take any medication requests before 10am.

Due to the recent local COVID outbreak we are restricting access to the building to help protect staff and patients. Please only come to the surgery if you have been invited to do so and only at the allocated time. All prescription requests must be done online or over the telephone and will be sent electronically to your nominated pharmacy. Due to the high volume of calls, all COVID related queries will be directed to the government website.

Unfortunately we are unable to offer COVID antibody testing at present



Diabetes Newsletter June 2020

There are new online services, launched by NHS England, for people living with Diabetes. These are designed to help people manage their condition during the coronavirus pandemic.

See the details of three new online services for people with Diabetes:

  • DigiBete - this offers support for children and young people with Type 1 Diabetes. The DigiBete App allows diabetes teams to send information and resources about managing Type 1 Diabetes at home, allows patients to store insulin ratios, care plans, future appointments and notes. It provides help and advice through access to over 200 Type 1 Diabetes films.

  • MyType1Diabetes - is a new free online platform to support adults with managing their Type 1 Diabetes. MyType1Diabetes, is provided by MyWay Digital Health and includes tailored advice and information created by NHS experts in diabetes. Adults with Type 1 Diabetes can use this platform to access lots of information about diabetes, including videos, leaflets and eLearning courses to learn and understand more about their Type 1 Diabetes and to increase their confidence in how to manage it.

  • Healthy Living - This service will provide support for those with Type 2 Diabetes. This is currently unavailable however, is expected to be available later this year.

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