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Stay Well this Summer

Click here for advice and information to help you stay well this Summer.

Symptom Checker

If you choose the right service for your needs, it enables us to focus on patients who need our help and have more serious/complex conditions.  Please help us to help you by choosing well. 

Use the symptom checker to check you are accessing the right service at the right time and obtain useful advice to help you manage your own health


Please consider your pharmacy as a really good source of advice and treatment, and use your GP surgery appropriately.  Common symptoms that the pharmacy can deal with include:

· Back ache, sprains and strains

· Colds

· Coughs

· Conjunctivitis

· Constipation

· Diarrhoea

· Earache

· Haemorrhoids

· Hay fever

· Head lice

· Headache and fever

· Heartburn and indigestion

· Insect bites and stings

· Mild eczema and dermatitis

· Minor fungal infections of the skin

· Mouth ulcers

· Nappy rash

· Sore throat

· Teething

· Threadworm

· Thrush

· Dressings for cuts

· Advice about medication

Click here to find your nearest pharmacy, or click on the icon:  Pharmacy.gif

Prescription Price Increase 

NHS charges from April 2014

NHS prescription charge in England will increase by 20 pence from £7.85 to £8.05 for each quantity of a drug or appliance from 1 April 2014.

It is also intended that the single charge will increase by 20 pence to £8.25 in the following year.

Please remember that we unfortunately cannot accept repeat prescription requests over the phone. Please discuss this with your local pharmacy or the dispensary to find alternative solution.


New Paperless Prescription Service 

Electronic prescribing 

If you receive regular repeat prescriptions and collect your medication from the same pharmacy most of the time you may wish to consider this new service which will start on the 5th March 2014. You should continue to order your repeat prescriptions in the usual way but the surgery will send the prescription electronically to the pharmacy you have nominated so there is no need for a paper prescription. 


You can then go straight to the pharmacy to collect your medication saving you a journey to the surgery. The pharmacist will print a copy of your medication and any messages or reminders from your doctor about medication reviews so it is important that you check this and book an appointment if asked to before your next prescription is due.




Online Services

You can use the link below to access online services, including updating your smoking status (by completing the questionnaire).  Having up-to-date information about you enables us to provide you with the best care and information to help you stay healthy.  You can obtain a log-on from the surgey if you don't have one already.


Welcome to Church Street Surgery

Our aim is to provide you with the very highest standards of healthcare including both medical care and health information and awareness.  We have an integrated approach which focuses on prevention, treatment and supporting you to manage your health.  Our new state-of-the-art premises have been purpose built to provide you with better facilities including improved wheelchair access, better car parking and more space in which to look after you. 

Our nine doctors and supporting team of nurse practitioner, nurses, receptionists and administrators are able to offer you many services.   We work closely with community-based teams and external organisations to offer you a wide range of services from the practice.   Details of the services we offer to you are contained within this booklet along with some useful tips and telephone numbers. The practice also provides training opportunities for medical students from Leeds University and GP registrars.

(Site updated 08/09/2014)
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