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  Prescriptions can now be signed and sent electronically to a pharmacy of your choice. 

Patients will be given a scannable prescription (TOKEN with barcode instead of a signed paper prescription) 

This TOKEN can be taken to any chemist of your choice, who will be able to scan and download the prescription details and dispense the prescription.

Opening Hours

We open from 8.00am to 6.30pm every weekday. We also have an early surgery from 7.15 am each day in our lower ground floor consulting rooms (access via the Downstairs Entrance).

Improved Access appointments are available at the Chipping Surgery on Thursday evenings from 4.30 pm till 7.45 pm each week, we also offer our patients additional Improved Access appointments at other surgeries in the area available Monday to Friday evenings and Saturday mornings.

If you would like an improved access appointment please ask the receptionist. 

NHS prescription charge change from 1st April 2020 now £9.15 per item

We are now a parkrun practice! This is an initiative supported by The Royal College of General practitioners and we will collaborate closely with our local parkrun which is held every Saturday morning at KLB School (GL12 8RB behind the astro turf pitches) at 9am.

We hope to:

Improve the health and wellbeing of practice staff; improve the health and wellbeing of patients; Reduce the need for lifelong medication.

Help develop a local community and environment centered on wellness; Support a UK wide movement to scale up social prescribing activities.

It is important to understand parkrun can mean Walking or Running (or even a mixture!)  There is always a tail walker so you can never be too slow or last!

There are also opportunities to help out or volunteer to marshall the events.

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