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In August we had 312 missed appointments that someone else could have used. We appreciate people remembering to cancel appointments that they do not need to help someone else be seen by one of our team.

In Wiltshire CCG in July 2016, 4700 appointments were missed! See the WiltshireCCG Press Release

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HIV tests can be completed free of charge in our area.  Interested? Go to

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We are able to carry out some minor surgical procedures, such as joint injections and removal of some skin lesions, in surgery rather than wait for a hospital appointment.  Please enquire at Reception if you think this might of benefit to you.




On 31st October, Dr Marshall is having an operation to remove a cancerous lesion from his colon.

We anticipate Dr Marshall will be back at the surgery in the New Year.  We have employed some of our regular locum doctors to support us whilst Dr Marshall is off, but are looking forward to having him back with us very soon, and know you will join us in wishing him the speediest recovery


Thank you to staff, patients and local residents who made our first Saturday flu clinic so successful!

We protected 503 patients at risk of flu or its complications on Saturday, and very gratefully received lots of fabulous feedback on the quick and professional service provided.

Our next Saturday clinic is on 12th November, but we have other clinics available if Saturday isn't a good day for you!

 For more information on flu and who should receive a vaccine please CLICK HERE

If you have recently been diagnosed with a Chronic Condition you may now be eligible for a Flu Vaccination, please click the link above to see the list of conditions covered.

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