Your Named Accountable GP is: Dr V Agrawal

Patients have been allocated an accountable GP, patients can obtain the name of their accountable GP by contacting the practice or by asking at your next appointments with either the Doctor or Nurse. This does not affect your choice of GP in the practice when attending appointments.

We will be closed on the following bank holidays in 2021:

Friday 1st January

Friday 2nd April

Monday 5th April

Monday 3rd May

Monday 31st May

Monday 30th August

Monday 27th December

Tuesday 28th December

Have you recently changed address? 

If you have recently moved address and cannot get to surgery in order to complete a change of address form then you are able to view and print here and can complete at home and return to us via post or email. It is vital that you do complete a change of address form once you have moved so that we can update our records and ensure that any information we need to send to you is going to the correct address. 

If you are experiencing low mood, stress or anxiety you can now gain help by completing an on-line referral to the IAPT service. IAPT is a free NHS service offering a wide range of talking therapies from highly experienced, qualified professionals. Please refer on-line by visiting https://www.covwarkpt.nhs.uk/iapt or you can give them a call Monday – Friday 9am-4.30pm on 024 7667 1090 .




  • ​High temperature
  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Shortness of breath

    Our surgery doors are remaining locked and no face to face appointments unless GP states otherwise. We thank you for your ongoing cooperation during this difficult time and we hope you understand that we are keeping patients safe as well as staff. We will keep you updated with all the information that we receive. Until then please stay safe.

Please visit here: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

for further information.

​Please see attached link that gives advice and guidance on how to wear and make a cloth face covering that allows you to breathe comfortably:


What to do in an emergency?

If you have an emergency and need to speak or see a doctor/nurse urgently telephone the surgery where an

appropriate appointment will be given. If it is a life or death situation telephone 999 for an ambulance. If surgery

is closed when you telephone then please hang up and dial 111 for the out of hours service.

Unless you need emergency medical attention avoid local A&E departments. Doctors and nurses there are

equipped to deal with serious cases of injury and illness, not routine and minor ailments. Calling an ambulance

won't necessarily mean you are seen any quicker at A&E as the most serious cases are prioritised.


Please can ALL patients who have an appointment booked with us to attend the surgery wearing a mask. This is now something we need to put into place now we are able to see patients for certain appointments. We thank you for your ongoing support and cooperation.