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Catchment Area map now available

The map that displays our Catchment Area is now available to use on the Practice Boundary page. Prospective patients can input their postcode into the address finder to see if they are eligible for admission onto our Patient List.

The Catchment Boundary has been altered from an earlier area of coverage. Patients whose current address is now outside the new area will not be required to register at another Surgery. Patients will only need to register at another Practice if they move to an address that is outside the displayed area.


From 7th August, Pavilion Surgery will be working in partnership with Care UK to provide an extended telephone service in addition to the regular services we provide at our practice. This is to improve and increase access to medical support for our patients.

The Care UK clinicians will work in exactly the same way as our local clinicians. For your safety and to maintain the quality of consultations your medical records will be accessed by Care UK clinicians through a secure network and your information will not be used by any other third parties. Care UK is an organisation experienced in providing high quality NHS healthcare.

We know it can be difficult to get an appointment at your surgery.

Part of the reason for this is that many face-to-face appointments are used for problems that could be better dealt with over the telephone.

In response to this we are introducing a new telephone service to help you get the support you need.

Patients can ‘Opt-Out’ of the service by notifying the practice.

If you have any queries about the telephone service, please contact reception.

All the staff at Pavilion Surgery would like to thank you for your co-operation during this time of change and we hope you find the new service beneficial.


If you have been ill for 7 days or less you do not need to see a doctor for a sick note.

Some employers have their own self-certification forms or you can either download one from the website or pop into the surgery to collect one at reception. Please hand the form directly to your employer once you have completed it.

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