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Easter Holidays

We are closed on Monday 22nd and Tuesday 23rd April 2019

The Out of Hours will be available on the above dates for urgent matters only (Tel: 02838399201)

They will not be able to provide Repeat Medication

Please ensure you order your repeat prescription in good time to ensure you do not run out of your medicines when the surgery is closed.

Thank you.

Dr Flood's Practice


Our email address will be changing - From Monday 20th August please email the surgery on our new email address which is


From Wednesday 17th June 2015, An emergency telephone line will be in operation every Wednesday afternoon from 1pm-6pm.  We also have this emergency line on between 8-8.30am, 1-2pm and 5.30-6pm every other day.

These times are for medical emergencies that require urgent medical assistance. During these times we will not be able to carry out requests for prescriptions, appointments, blood results or other routine enquiries



From 1st July 2014 you will NO LONGER be able to order your repeat prescriptions by phone, at the desk or during normal consultations.  You will be able to order your repeat prescription by either of the following ways:

  • Leave written request into the surgery.  You can also complete the right hand side of your last repeat prescription which lists the medication you are currently on.  Then leave your request in the box that is available at the reception desk.
  • Through the practice website

Please ensure you have your full name, address, date of birth, the items you need including the strength and quantity listed.

You still need to give at least 48 hours notice for repeat prescriptions.  Please ask a member of staff if you have any questions/queries.  Thank you.


From Tuesday 1st May 2012 48 hours notice must be given when ordering repeat prescriptions. 



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