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Have Your Say to Improve your Care - We would like your feedback on the care we give you anytime you visit the surgery.  Please click on "Take the Patient Survey" on our home page to take the "Friends and Family Test"

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 Read about our Carers Information Day on 14th July by clicking on the "Information for Carers" Tab

 

 PLEASE HELP US TO IMPROVE OUR WEBSITE BY TAKING THIS SHORT ONLINE SURVEY ABOUT WHAT IS IMPORTANT TO YOU.

CLICK HERE TO START

 

 

Following our Inspection on 29 April 2015, we are please to receive a rating of GOOD for our services.  However, 2 areas for improvement were noted, and you can find our agreed action plan here

Welcome to the Rectory Meadow Surgery Website.  With this website we aim to help you find all the information you need at the click of a mouse.

You can read about all services we offer at the surgery, order repeat prescriptions online, download forms and much more.

There is a wealth of information about medical conditions and diseases in our patient information leaflets as well as all the latest practice news and developments.

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The surgery is easily accessible by wheelchair as all consultation rooms are on the ground floor with "no step" access. A disabled patients' toilet is provided to the left of reception. We have hearing loop facilities throughout the surgery.  This website is available in larger font.  Please find out how by clicking on "Larger Font" opposite.  Should you experience any difficulties accessing the building or our services, please contact us so that we may make alternative arrangements.

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Click here to view your record online

(Site updated 03/07/2015)
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