We have been advised by the BMA that as of the 17th May, the NHS app will contain Covid vaccine and swab data from the nation system (Not GP systems). These will be the vaccine passports discussed in the media.

If you do not want to download the App, you can obtain the required paperwork via NHS 119.

This isn’t the GP’s responsibility to control the passports and we will be unable to provide the paperwork.


We have received up to date guidance from  NHS England who have advised we continue to run the appointment system as we are doing. So we will continue to work remotely by telephone appointments and then arrange to see you face to face if clinically required. Thank you for your ongoing patience whilst we try to keep everyone as safe as possible. 


If you would like to book a COVID vaccination and you're 42 years and over please follow the link


Please look at our carers tab on the right hand side of the website. There's some information from Heathwatch warwickshire. 


Important information to keep you safe while self isolating at home


Christmas Message


Dr Grahams Retirement Announcement


Please click the link below on how to use Accurx if you have a text request to send a picture or receive information from the GP.


Please contact the surgery to book your flu jab appointment. Clinics will be on Saturdays for over 65's and under 65's. 


Telephone Waiting Times

We apologise for the increased difficulty of getting through on our telephone lines. We are answering an unprecedented amount of calls at the moment. Our Reception team are answering an average of 800 calls per day, which is on average a new call every 3 minutes per Receptionist. Please be patient, we are working as hard as we can to get through as many calls as possible.


As of Monday 21st September, we will be offering online appointments for patients with online access. These will be available at 8 and 2 on the day.


If you're due a review with the nurse and she needs BP readings please scroll down the homepage and add your bp readings onto the sheet provided. You can email this to us at We will then upload it to your consultation ready for your review.


Vitamin b12 Injections

We know you probably have many concerns about the tablet vitamin B12 but there is good evidence that the human body can cope adequately without B12 top ups in any form (injection or tablet) for a period of time. When you first started having vitamin B12 injections you will have started with 6 loading doses, half of which will have been stored in the liver. The subsequent top up doses every 2-3months are simply precautionary to stop the levels dropping again. All people currently prescribed injectable B12 will have enough to carry them through the next few challenging months but we are issuing tablet B12 to ensure levels stay steady. This is true of all patients with previous B12 deficiency including Pernicious anaemia.

One of the things people with Pernicious anaemia worry about is that they cannot absorb the B12 through the supplements alone but there is 5% of B12 which is absorbed in different ways in the body not just through the digestive system. So since we are simply keeping the levels topped up, this additional 5% absorption is enough for maintenance therapy until we start seeing you face to face again when it is safe to do so.


Please look at the Covid-19 tab on the Right hand side of this page under 'Further Information'. We have added a little Q&A and useful links to help with Covid-19


Warwickshire North Blood Test Clinics

Patients can book an appointment online at . Friends, Family and Carers are able to book for others by adding them to their own online account, to help those who are in their care.

For people without internet access, the appointment line is 024 7615 3546 (Mon-Fri 9am-3pm).


A patient of The Grange medical centre usually runs lots of marathons for charity at this time of year but as it is all on hold she wants to do something else to raise money. She has started a Go-Fund me page for a collection for the NHS as a way to give something back. She would like to donate this money to The Grange Medical centre. What a very lovely gesture. Please see link below


If you have't had a high risk letter and were expecting one you can now follow this link and add yourself or family members onto the list. 



Please could you let the surgery know your mobile phone number and email address if not already done. This means we can use these to contact you via our messaging system which is paper light a prompt. 


Asthma 'RESCUE pack' rumours.


Practices across the area are aware of rumours circulating on social media  that asthmatics (and even those who aren't) , if they call their practice, will be issued with "rescue packs of amoxicillin and steroids".


This suggestion is incorrect and the decision to use rescue packs is only made after careful evaluation for people with severe (brittle) asthma or severe COPD who are under follow up by a specialist respiratory team.


Oral steroids are powerful systemic drugs that can have an immunosuppressant effect (thus potentially increase the severity of an infection) and thus the decision to use them would rarely be delegated to a patient without careful evaluation,  normally for one who is under specialist respiratory team care.


Please do not contact your surgeries asking for ‘rescue packs’ unless this is something that has been previously agreed with your medical team and careful instruction how to use and when has been provided. That would normally still involve discussion with the medical team where possible before starting.


As you can see, Asthma UK do not recommend use of rescue packs as a blanket policy for people with asthma during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Due to current circumstances we're unable to offer online appointments until further Notice


Corona Virus

Do not go to a GP surgery, community pharmacy or hospital. Call 111, stay indoors and avoid close contact with other people.
Further information is available on
Like the common cold, coronavirus infection usually occurs through close contact with a person with novel coronavirus via cough and sneezes or hand contact. A person can also be infected by touching contaminated surfaces if they do not wash their hands.
The risk of being in close contact with a person with coronavirus or contaminated surfaces is very low at the current time, as members of the public who have visited Wuhan or Hubei province, China are currently in isolation.
Testing of suspected coronavirus cases is carried out in line with strict regulations. This means that suspected cases are kept in isolation, away from public areas of the hospital and returned home also in isolation. Any equipment that come into contact with suspected cases are thoroughly cleaned as appropriate. Specific guidance has also been shared with NHS staff to help safeguard them and others. Patients can be reassured that their safety is a top priority, and are encouraged to attend all appointments as usual.
Everyone is being reminded to follow Public Health England advice to:
• Always carry tissues with you and use them to catch your cough or sneeze. Then bin the tissue, and wash your hands, or use a sanitiser gel.
• Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after using public transport. Use a sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available.
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
• Avoid close contact with people who are unwell.
You can find the latest information and advice from Public Health England at Further information is available on

Please see advice sheet below for CORONA VIRUS



We have a Doorway collection in reception. This is for those who have been homeless and no longer have any belongings. There is a list below of items doorway need for their starter packs. These packs can help make a house a home for a homeless young person. 

  • Dishes and cutlery ( Can be second hand if in good condition)
  • Pot's and pans ( Can be second hand if in good condition)
  • Cleaning Items 
  • Bed Linen and towels ( Must be new or in like new condition) 
  • Clothing ( Any clothing suitable for young people age 16-25)
  • Long Lasting Food

We would also like to welcome Sami our new receptionist 


Surgery changes

  • Dr Marks is now on maternity leave
  • Dr Ede will be covering Dr marks maternity leave 

  • Tania, Georgina and Kelly our new receptionist 
  • Welcome Stephanie our new nurse


EMERADE is failing to activate please click on attachment below for more information 

Emerade Information


Measles outbreak in Nuneaton

There has been a confirmed Measles case within Nuneaton.

Please see attached information about Measles. 

Measles Poster


Collection of sharps boxes

If you have a sharps box at home that needs collecting you can contact the council and they will arrange free collection of this for you. Otherwise you can drop it in to any independent chemist. Please note that Lloyds and Boots pharmacies will not take these off you and they cannot be dropped into surgery.

Doctorappointment Click here to book an appointment online or to register for online booking



The surgery is currently making changes to ensure the environment is as safe as possible for patients and staff alike during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Appointments with our doctors and nurses made by phoning the surgery on 02476 322810.

You may be aware we have a slightly different way in which we handle our appointment requests. 

Face masks

Following a recent change in government guidance surrounding the use of face masks in public spaces, you will now be expected to wear a mask when attending the surgery to see a clinician. Children under the age of 11 years old do not need to wear a mask. We recognise that the wearing of a mask is not appropriate for all patients and therefore if you have any concerns about this, please contact the surgery for advice.

Clinicians will also wear personal protective equipment during your appointment.

If you would like more information on this please visit

Attending for an appointment

When you attend the surgery for an appointment you will need to ring the doorbell which is on the wall next to the front doors. A receptionist will speak to you through the telecom and check you in for your appointment a Nurse/Doctor will come round to greet you. Please ensure that you're wearing a mask.  

If you are attending with a child, please ensure that where possible the child comes with only one parent/guardian and that other sibling remain at home. If you do need to bring siblings to appointments, please discuss this with the relevant clinician prior to attending.


Book on the day appointments

These are available from 08.00 for morning slots and from 14.00 for afternoon slots.

Urgent appointments

These are always available with the duty doctor if a problem cannot wait until the next day and all the book on the day appointments have gone. 

The idea is that this enables patients to gain access to the doctors when a problem genuinely cannot wait for a routine appointment. However, availability depends upon Doctor appointment time and this is not endless. 

Please note that if you are 10 mins or more late for your appointment the Doctor/Nurse will not see you and you will need to re-book your appointment.

If you are not able to attend for an appointment you have booked, please let us know as soon as possible, either by phoning the surgery on 02476 322810 or online by clicking here. Failing to let us know in advance wastes the doctor's or nurse's time and means we can not give the appointment to someone else. If you fail to attend more than one appointment we will write to you to highlight the problems caused by your non-attendance. Repeated non-attendance could result in you being asked to find a new doctor.

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Late evening and Saturday mornings

If you find it difficult to get to appointments during the normal working day, we can now offer appointments on occasional Saturday mornings and certain evenings.  Please ask Reception for details.

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