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We have now received our CQC report. This can be found by clicking on the CQC tab on the right hand side of the screen.


Appointment System Changes


Our appointment system is being changed while this is taking place advance appointments will be limited, we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. The changes will start on Monday 15th May, when you ring or attend you will be put onto a phone list and the GP will telephone you that day to assess your medical condition and book you appropriately .  Nurse appointments will be booked as they were previously. If you require any more information please ask at reception. 


Care.Data Changes


The NHS is making changes to the way we use your data. Please complete attached form and send back to St Chads Surgery. You can do this by emailing it back to the following web address:

Many Thanks

St Chads Surgery

Caredata Form


Repeat Prescription Changes

There have been changes to how you obtain your repeat prescriptions. In future, when you request your repeat medication, the prescription will be sent electronically to the pharmacy that you nominate. If you still prefer to collect the prescription yourself, so you can take to any pharmacy, that can still continue. However, the electronic service should be quicker so we would like patients to nominate their chosen pharmacy.

To do this please let your pharmacy know that you wish them to be your nominated pharmacy.

It is most helpful if you are able to order your repeat medication on-line via our website or by smart phone app as this will speed up the process. Please ask at reception for details.

With the new system in place, you should be able to simply order on-line (at any time) and collect from the pharmacy, or our Chilcompton Dispensary, approximately 3 working days later. If you do not have access to the internet or have a smart phone, then just drop your repeat slip in as normal and collect from your pharmacy in the same way as you do.


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