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Named GP

Every patient has a named GP responsible for overseeing their care.  If you are unsure who your named GP is please ask.

Family & Friends Test (FFT) 


Changes to our On-line Services


Out of Hours

To contact a doctor when the surgery is closed at weekends and between the hours of 6.30 pm and 8.00 am Monday to Friday, please telephone NHS 111 (dial 111 from your phone for free) and your call will automatically be forwarded to the Somerset Out of Hours Medical Service

Telephone Advice

If you need to speak to a doctor or nurse on the telephone, please telephone (Williton 632701) and speak to the Healthcare Co-ordinator about your needs. We do not interrupt GP consultations except in an emergency.

Latest News



All patients must avoid coming into the surgery unless a member of our clinical team has telephoned them with instructions to attend the practice.  All routine GP appointments booked between Monday 30 March and Thursday 30 April will be cancelled.  We will continue to provide essential medical care and we are writing to all affected patients.  Anyone who needs to speak with a GP about their condition should please telephone the surgery to arrange a call back.

Please do not come into the surgery without instruction from one of our medical practitioners.  

Please click here for further details.

Inaccurate information is circulating (especially on social media) regarding ‘‘rescue packs’ of antibiotics and steroids for patients with lung conditions such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (or even for those who don’t have them). We would like to reassure you that patients with severe respiratory conditions already have them. Oral steroids are powerful medicines and any decision to use them would need careful evaluation by a prescriber. Please do not contact your GP practice for a rescue pack unless this is something that has been previously agreed and prescribed. You should continue to manage your condition in the usual way and if you feel you have symptoms of COVID-19, go to nhs website or if you cannot go online call 111 before doing anything else

Self-isolation - if you need a note for your employer please visit

Do you have:

have a new continuous dry cough;


a high temperature?

If this applies to you, to protect yourself and others please stay at home for the next 7 days.  Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.  You do not need to contact NHS 111.

Use the NHS 111 online Coronavirus service if:

you cannot cope with your symptoms at home;

your condition gets worse;

your symptoms do not get better after 7 days.

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