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We have produced some useful patient information leaflets:

Appointment Info

Referral and beyond

Your Blood Test


CLICK ON THE ABOVE TO CONSULT WITH A GP ONLINE. In many cases this may prevent the need for you to come into the practice. You will be asked a series of health questions, which a GP will review and act on. We will make contact with you by the end of the next working day with an answer. It will also give you access to various self-help advice and resources to help you manage your condition.


Welcome to Moatfield Surgery
Latest news and announcements:


Please note that as of 1st April 2016, you will not be able to order your repeat prescription via this website. We ask that all future prescription requests are made via the Patient Access website (linked below); this will give you a greater range of information regarding your prescription and also gives you the option to make and manage appointments online, as well as your contact information. For more information, please click the Patient Access button below.


 Useful Information for winter time

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Please take our Friends and Family Survey.
Paper copies available in the surgery or take the survey by clicking HERE (enter the code cvb when prompted to do so).Thank you.

Some Useful Links


You can also use this link to go to the Patient Access log in page, where you can manage your appointments and medications requests. When on the website, please remember to register on the left hand side if you are a new user, or have recieved new log in details from us. If you have have already registered, please use the log in facility on the right hand side of the page.








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