FLU SEASON - As we are sure most patients are aware, deliveries are being affected by a shortage of drivers. Unfortunately, this means our flu delivery has been delayed until early October. We will contact patients in due course once we have received these. 


In line with NHS England guidance, all patients are required to be triaged before presenting at the Practice. Patients will no longer be offered routine face to face appointments without being triaged first. Please submit an E-Consultation (click tab on home page) or call the surgery to speak to a Receptionist about the current system.

Patients can submit an E-consultation via the website and a member of the team will review this within 48 hours, depending on urgency.

If you require an appointment with the Nursing Team, please contact the Practice via telephone to arrange this.

IHub Appointments:

See IHUB Tab for more information. Patients can book telephone consultations with the IHUB service, please call the Practice between 08.00-08.00pm Monday-Friday.

Text Messaging for Appointment Reminders and Health Information 

St Peters Street Medical Practice sends out text messages to our registered patients to remind them of their appointments at our practice. 

By sending a text message it will serve as a reminder of an appointment or give the opportunity for the patient to cancel or rearrange. 

The Practice will also be using this service as reminders to patients who are in At Risk Groups such as Asthma, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and Coronary heart disease to remind them that they are due a review and to book an appointment. 

You can cancel your appointment via text messaging by replying and entering the word 'cancel' and this will automatically update the computer. No other text message responses are logged, so please be aware that you can not change an appointment via this method. 

Patients may opt out of this service at any time by contacting the practice and the practice will not send you any reminders.

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