Visiting the practice
There is good wheelchair access to both sites with all clinical rooms being based on the ground floor. The surgery has a designated parking bay adjacent to the entrance and a ramp and wide doors to allow for wheelchair access. A disabled patient’s WC is also provided. Please advise the reception team if you have any specific needs and they will be happy to accommodate your request.
Information for people who are deaf or hearing-impaired
Our practice has an audio induction loop.
If you require a British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter, please contact the practice before your visit.
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