Opening times:

8.30am - 6.30pm Monday to Friday
8.30am - 12.00pm on Saturdays
Sunday - Closed

Please Remember!

Medicines are expensive for the NHS. If you are on repeat medication please ensure you attend the review with the Doctor annually or sooner as agreed under your treatment programme.

Help us to help you!

Please give us a minimum of 48 hours (2 working days) to enable us to receive, process, review, sign and arrange for a pharmacy to collect your prescription.

Patient Notice When Travelling Abroad For More Than One Month

Patients who are going abroad for more than one month may be provided with a FP10 prescription which covers the period of travel, up to a maximum of 3 months, provided that treatment does not need to be reviewed by the GP at more frequent intervals.

Travellers who are for abroad longer periods cease to be a NHS patient once they have been out of the country for more than 3 months. It is expected that such patients will obtain medical attention and supplies of any drugs they require in the country they are visiting.

If a patient going abroad for more than 3 months is travelling to a remote area where drugs are likely to be unobtainable, the GP may provide the patient with a private prescription to cover the duration of travel beyond the first 3 months. The full cost of the drugs will be payable by the patient on a private prescription.