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Staff Vacancy: Part-time medical summariser required. Please see our recruitment page for further information

Who can have the shingles vaccine?

Shingles Eligibility Poster 2018-19


Self-monitoring Blood Pressure & Scales at Wadebridge

Patients are able to call in at the Wadebridge surgery at a time convenient to them to monitor their own blood pressure and weight.  Patients can take the results to the receptionist who will confirm the patient details and pass the result to a nurse to record or patients who have an appointment  can take the results into their appointment for recording.


Patient Participation Group

We are keen to recruit more members to our Patient Participation Group (PPG) to represent the patient community.

 The PPG will discuss issues affecting the practice, provide positive inputs to the service, facilities and quality of patient care offered by the practice and also contribute to the wider local healthcare needs of the community.


The group meets approximately 4 times a year, please ask at the practice for the next date.


If you would like to join the group or learn more please ask the receptionist for an information leaflet or down load here:




Patient Group Leaflet



 Register now to receive text messages regarding appointments and health care.


Care.Data – Patient Information

The Health & Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) has been commissioned under the Health and Social Care Act 2012 to extract data from GP practices and other care settings. 

The data to be extracted from GP systems for includes information such as family history, vaccinations, diagnoses, referrals, values (such as blood pressure) and all NHS prescriptions.

Patients will be identified by using their date of birth, postcode, NHS number and gender. This information is required to link the GP data to data from other care settings in order to analyse patient care across pathways.

Practices cannot opt out, but individual patients have opt out choices. Patients can change their mind at any time.

To find out more information go to Care.Data in the ‘Further Information’ section of this website or to

Care.Data Patient Helpline Number: 0300 456 3531


Online Services Available

From the 2 December 2015 all patients that have supplied us with an e-mail address will receive an automated e-mail informing them that they are able to register for on line services. If you wish to register for this service please supply the practice with an e-mail address. You will then be able to book telephone call back appointments in advance with a doctor, please note the time stated on the booking is only a guide to when the doctor will call you back. If you wish you can complete the form below and pass it to a receptionist.



Online Services Application Form


Repeat Prescriptions - order your medication online

Do you need to re-order your medication? Visit our prescriptions page and complete the online form. Find out more

Like To Register?  We welcome new patients to our practice area

New to the area and would like to join our practice? We would be happy to help you. Fill in our registration forms and come see us. Find out more

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