The building was designed to allow full access for disabled patients and wheelchair users and all public areas and consulting rooms are on the ground floor.
If your require any further assistance then please ask any member of staff, or alternatively telephone prior to visiting the surgery and we will arrange for assistance to be available.
The surgery is equipped with a mobile Induction Loop for hearing aid users. This is kept in reception but can be taken into any of the consultation rooms if required. We also have a wheelchair available for use within the surgery.
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