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Patient Information: Please be advised The Surgery no longer takes Prescription orders over the phone. We encourage patients with Internet Access and/or Smart Phones to signup to myGP or Patient Services.  

Extended Access Service Out of Hours provision – Monday to Friday from 6.30pm-8pm and Weekends 8am-8pm – Telephone number – 01253 952950. Patients can book via this service out of GP practice hours, during core practice hours patients to book/cancel appointments via their GP practice.

  • North Shore Surgery will be running limited services between 14.00 – 18:30 on Wednesday 11th December 2019. We are open for general enquiries and collection of prescriptions  only. If you require urgent medical assistance between this time which cannot wait until the surgery re-opens, please hang up and call 1-1-1  Calls to the NHS 111 service are free from both landlines and mobiles.  If you have a life threatening medical emergency please dial 999

    “Patients Group” NEXT PPG MEETING IS TBC AT 6PM
    This group is a way for you to get involved, engage with the surgery and bring new ideas. We are currently looking for Volunteers. For more information contact reception 957666  or fill out our PPG Recruitment FormThe Meetings take place every two months, subject to change, on the second Thursday of the month.

    Recent News

      • 01 OCT 19

      Patient Prescription Ordering Changes

      From October 2019 the ordering of repeat prescriptions will no longer be possible from local pharmacies. Instead, patients will be required to order directly from the practice or use online services such as myGP or Patient Access. NHS Blackpool Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), which plans and buys local health services, has introduced the changes to

      • 01 OCT 19

      Breast cancer screening

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