Statement of Prioritisation

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Your GP Practice During National Lockdown

Due to the increased pressures the NHS is experiencing as a result of the COVID pandemic, GP practices have been advised to prioritise clinically urgent (High Priority) matters and postpone non-urgent routine work.

The NHS is very busy responding to the coronavirus pandemic and, at certain times, your GP practice may need to prioritise High Risk patients with the most urgent health needs.

  • If you have a health issue that isn’t urgent, advice is available on the NHS website or NHS app or speak to your local pharmacist.
  • If you have a request which is of an urgent nature, please do not hesitate to contact us. The best way to do this, is via econsult. To access eConsult, please click here.
  • Please continue to attend tests, vaccinations and screening when invited. is also available 24/7 for urgent health advice or by calling 111, and 999 is for emergencies.

We kindly ask you to take the above into consideration. 

You may be advised to re-sechdule your consultation or postpone your request if it isn’t deemed to be clinically urgent.