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Latest News

2018 Seasonal Influenza Vaccinations

We may now commence booking appointments for some eligible patients

Aged 65 and above:

Fri 12th Oct, Wed 17th Oct, Fri 19th Oct and Fri 26th Oct ... ALL FULL

Wed 31st Oct (am), Fri 2nd Nov (am) and Wed 7th Nov (am) ... AVAILABILITY

Children aged 2 and 3:

Details to follow

Dental emergency and out-of-hours service

If you think you need urgent care, contact your usual dentist as some practices offer emergency dental slots and will provide care if clinically necessary. You can also call NHS111, who can put you in touch with an urgent dental service


Eligible adults:

- born on or after 02/09/46 and aged 70 years

- born on or after 02/09/38 and 78 (up to their 80th birthday)

Please contact the practice for an appointment

Prism: the mental health service in your GP surgery

Please see page in Further Information for more details

Allocated GP

Every patient at Roysia Surgery has an allocated GP who has overall responsibility for the care and support that the surgery provides to you. This does not prevent you from seeing your GP of choice. Thank you

Your health record and sharing of information

This general practice uses a secure computerised records system, which allows clinical staff to share information in your record to ensure the best care can be provided to you

Please go to  to read more about this facility which allows you to have control over how your record is shared between the different teams of clinical staff treating you both now and in the future.

You can print the patient consent leaflet from the above website to make your choices

What is the NHS Friends and Family Test?

The NHS Friends and Family Test is a way of gathering your feedback, so we can continually review our service.  It is based on one simple question:

How likely are you to recommend our GP practice to friends and family if they needed similar care or treatment?

Your feedback will help us learn more about what you think of your experience - what you like and what you think we could improve.  Ultimately, you're helping us to make changes that will ensure we can offer the best possible care

If you would prefer to give your comments anonymously, then please do so.  If you do leave your contact details then we might get in touch to talk to you about your feedback so we can better understand your views









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