General Covid-19 Information


The NHS is well prepared for outbreaks of new infectious diseases and has put in place measures to ensure the safety of all patients and NHS staff while also ensuring services are available to the public as normal.

Check online at and at for advice on your travel and contact history and the latest COVID-19 information. Or you can go to for advice if you are concerned you may have coronavirus or have been in contact with someone who has.

You can now apply for a coronavirus test if you have a clinical referral, are aged 65 or over and have symptoms, or must currently travel to work and have symptoms on the website.

Due to exceptional circumstances and following the latest guidance we are no longer able to book routine appointments. If you have an appointment already booked, this is going to be held as a telephone consultation.

If you have queries or feel you need an urgent appointment, please check our website or telephone us. Please view the NHS website to find out how to access NHS services online.

NHS coronavirus guidelines translated into 23 languages by doctors of the world

Please follow the link below to view the NHS guidelines in different languages;

Coronavirus Information

Access to NHS dentistry

Please see the leaflet below for more information on accessing NHS Dentistry services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Access to NHS Dentistry Leaflet

Remote Consultations

Due to the covid-19 pandemic all of our appointments will be held remotely either via telephone or video.

Your GP may ask you to send a photo of a skin problem via text or email. The GP will look at the photos you send and make a decision about whether they need to ask a specialist to look at the photos or whether they are happy to give you advice. Please contact the practice if you have not heard back within seven days of sending the photo.

The guide below gives useful tips on taking a photo to send to your GP.

Advice on taking better photos

Stay Alert to Stay Safe

UK Governments COVID-19 Recovery Strategy

UK Governments COVID-19 Recovery Strategy