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Dr Taylor & Partners

 

The Doctors and Staff welcome you to the Little St John's Street Surgery. 

We aim to provide you with a comprehensive range of healthcare and the information on this website will enable you to make the most effective use of the range of services we offer. If you require any further information please speak to any one of our friendly team who will be happy to help you.

We are always looking to improve our services so please fill in our patient survey or leave some feedback on our contact page. 


 



Please note we will be CLOSED on the following afternoons from 13.00 for staff training:

 

14th December 2016

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.  For urgent assistance please contact NHS 111.

Please note: these are subject to change


NHS Go LogoNHS Go - New Health App for Young People

NHS Go is the new way to get 24/7 instant access to information that can help you take control of your health.

The App is anonymous, confidential and can be downloaded for iOS and Android or you can take a look online:    

www.nhsgo.uk


Do you enjoy walking?

Would you like to walk as part of a group?

Why not take part in our walking group, we meet weekly on Fridays at 9.00am, please click on the below link for more information.

Weekly Walking Poster


 


 

Managing your Conditions

 conditions- costs to NHS


 Have you tried our virtual doctor?

Dr Matthew Piccaver may be able to answer some of your questions about coughs, colds, sore throats and the flu. That way, you can manage your symptoms more effectively and can understand when you should book an appointment with your GP.

It is available on your mobile, on your tablet or on your PC so wherever you are when you have a question, that question can be answered.

Ask Dr Matt a question via the website VirtTuri; you'll be surprised by just how much he knows.


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