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The practice is able to offer the shingles vaccination to eligible patients in their 70s. Please see this poster for a list of patient age groups, who are eligible for the shingles vaccination. This page on the NHS Choices website has more information about the shingles infection. Please speak to a member of staff to make an appointment for a vaccination or for further details.


In the coming months, the surgery will be implementing a new service to enable patients to receive, amongst other things, reminders of forthcoming appointments, invites to seasonal vaccination programs and for cervical screening, and for other associated health promotion, via text message. Please visit this page to find out more information.


We have produced some information that explains how our telephone system works. Please visit this page if you ever experience difficulties in getting through on the telephone.


Please see this important notice regarding some changes we are making to access, that will take effect over the coming weeks.


The surgery will be closed all day on the following Bank Holidays:

25th December / 26th December


Appointments are now being taken for the seasonal flu vaccination. If you are either:

  • Aged 65 and over;
  • Pregnant;
  • Have an underlying health condition (such as a long-term heart, respiratory, kidney or liver illness for example);
  • Have a weakened immune system or currently immunosuppressed (such as patients currently undergoing chemotherapy for example);

then you are eligible for a FREE vaccination. Please either speak to a Receptionist at the 'Future Appointments' desk in the surgery, or call 02476 315432 (Option 1 for Appointments) to book your appointment.


There is some more information about the FREE NHS Health Check we offer on this page.


Summer Support Scheme

The Summer Support Scheme provides help to families whose children were registered for free school meals prior to Friday 14th July 2017. Please see the flyer for more information.

Important information regarding our forthcoming practice merger

Please take a few moments to read the press release contained within this link, which explains a little bit more about the upcoming merger of Dr. Singh & Partners and Dr. Reily & Partners.

Information for patients of Dr. Reily & Partners

For all those patients that were registered with Dr. Reily & Partners ONLY, prior to the merge of Dr. Reily & Partners and Dr. Singh & Partners

If you were registered for 'Patient Services' you will need a new 'linkage key' from Monday 10th April to allow you to continue to book your routine appointments and or order your prescriptions online. Please either come to the surgery anytime after Monday 10th April or telephone the surgery anytime after Monday 10th April and a new key can be given to you in person or e-mailed to you. Please be aware that you will be UNABLE to book appointments or order prescriptions through Patient Services after Friday 7th April until you have done this. Please speak to a member of staff if you require any further information.

Exciting news about ordering prescriptions online

We are delighted to announce that the facility to order Repeat Prescriptions online, through the Patient Services website, went live for our patients on Wednesday 29th March 2017. More news about this exciting development can be found in the 'Order Online' link.

Dates for staff protected learning time 2017

The surgery will be closed at 12.30pm on the following dates (all Wednesdays) for protected learning time for all administrative staff and clinicians, including mandatory training organised by NHS Warwickshire North Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG):

18th October / 15th November

ChatHealth School Nurse Messaging Service

ChatHealth is a new service for young people to get advice and support about health related issues. Further details can be found through this link.

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