Thursday 2nd 7 Friday 3rd June 22

Tuesday 12th July 22

Monday 29th August 22

Friday 23rd December 22 from 1pm

Monday 26th December & Tuesday 27th December 22

Monday 2nd January 23

 Practice Based Learning afternoon closures from 1pm

Thur 26th May 22

Practice Based closure afternoons 1 - 6pm - covered for urgent medical attention by Gp Out of Hours. Tel: 028 91822344




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Mon 12th July 21

Mon 30th Aug 21

Mon 27th Dec 21

Tue 28th Dec 21


ednesday 28th April 21   1- 6pm

Thursday 17th June 21   1 - 6pm

During these closure periods, if you require urgent medical attention, please contact

Gp Out of Hours - 02891 822344


Thursday 24th December 20 from 1pm

Friday 25th December 20

Monday 28th December 20

Friday 1st January 21


Thursday 26th May 22 from 1pm.




















 Out of Hours

After 6.00pm each evening and at weekends, the practice is covered for emergencies by South Eastern HSS Trust.

Please contact GP OOH 02891822344

All calls will be recorded.

Home Visits

A request for a home visit should be made before 10.00am. Home visits are made on the basis of clinical need, for patients who are too frail to come to the surgery.



Diabetic clinics operate in the surgery 2-3 times a week. The appointments are currently telephone reviews by one of the Practice Nurses. Prior to the appointment you will need to have bloods taken, blood pressure, height and weight and provide a urine sample.

Appointments usually occur 3-12 monthly depending on how stable your condition is.

There are mainly 2 different types on diabetes- Type 1 and Type 2. We are discovering more and more subtypes all of the time in between these two. All people with type 1 require insulin but not everybody with type 2 does.

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Those with Type 1 Diabetes will be managed in the hospital by specialist nurses and consultants who will review all aspects of their care and medication.

Those with Type 2 are usually managed by their Practice Nurse in the surgery unless they begin to need insulin in which case their care will be passed over to the hospital.

If you are diagnosed with either Type 2 Diabetes or Pre-Diabetes as well as nurse education in the surgery you will be given the opportunity to attend a more formal education programme. It is beneficial to get some more in depth knowledge about the condition and also an opportunity to meet other people with it.

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A healthy balanced diet is key to managing diabetes.

Sugar comes from not only obvious places like sweets, biscuits, buns and drinks but also for carbohydrates.

Carbohydrates are foods such as bread, pasta, rice, potatoes. They should only make up 1/4 to 1/3 of your daily food intake. They should be kept wholemeal where possible

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If your struggling for inspiration below is an example of a typical good healthy meal plan and below is a food diary you can fill out and give to your nurse if you would like. Both are available to download as a PDF

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