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Contacting the Practice

Important Update - If your request requires contact with a GP or Nurse Practitioner you must phone the practice.

This change has been made following national technical difficulties and feedback from patients and the team.

Your local community pharmacist is able to provide expert advice on managing minor illness.  There is also extensive self-care advice available through the NHS website.  

Please remember that minor injuries have to been seen at the minor injuries unit in Chard or if you are unable to travel the Emergency Department at Yeovil District Hospital.     

We will continue to use our eConsult system (AskmyGP) for the following types of requests:

  • Booking of flu vaccination/queries
  • Childhood immunisation appointments/queries
  • New mental health (health coach)
  • Fit note extensions (sick note) for new fit note please call the surgery
  • HCA appointments (blood tests, ECGs, Blood Pressure etc.)
  • Practice Nurse Appointments (smears, injections, diabetic reviews, asthma, COPD etc.)
  • Learning disability reviews, Non-clinical general enquirers
  • Referral enquiries
  • Medication requests/queries etc.


Flu Vaccinations 2020

We are offering Flu vaccinations from the 18th September this year. However, with the Global Pandemic we are changing how we deliver this service. Due to infection control risks we will not be delivering this service from Ryalls Park.

Yeovil Primary Care Network are working together to offer the safest service possible. Therefore, the clinics will be held at The Gateway, Yeovil (near Nine Springs). Please read the following information before arriving to you appointment.

You still need to book an appointment with us (please do not turn up without an appointment time/date). You can book an appointment through the Patient Access App, Ask My GP or alternatively contact reception on 01935 434000.

Currently, we are prioritising the 'at risk' patients as advised by NHS England. If you have any of the following medical conditions you're considered at risk: 

  • Over 65
  • Pregnant
  • Diabetes
  • COPD
  • Asthma
  • Heart Disease
  • Kidney Disease
  • Liver Disease
  • Dementia or a Neurological Disease
  • Learning Disability
  • Sickle Cell Disease or if you have had your Spleen removed
  • Weakened Immune System
  • Obesity (BMI of 40 of above)
  • Carer

Please see the NHS Website for more information.


Other Information

Patient Participation Group

Did you know we have a Patient Participation Group? 

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The purpose of the Patient Participation Group is to help us access and use your ideas for new projects, and gaining your views as to how the practice can improve and develop.

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