Accessing the surgery if you have a disability or particular needs

Non-urgent advice: Disabled Parking Spaces

These are located immediately outside the surgery front door

Non-urgent advice: Mobility

Mobility scooters and wheelchairs can be used inside the surgery. The reception front desk has a lower section at wheelchair-user height. The surgery is on two levels. Most consulting rooms are on the ground floor. There is a large lift to the first floor. A member of staff can accompany can help you in the lift if needed. We have a wheelchair that can be borrowed for use within the surgery.

Non-urgent advice: Sight impairment

Guide dogs are welcome in the surgery.

The surgery meets current regulations for colour contrast between floors and walls to help sight impaired patients move around safely.

Non-urgent advice: Hearing impairment

We provide a text relay service for people who are deaf, hearing impaired or have a speech impediment.

Our reception desk has an audio induction loop, or if you contact us before your visit we can arrange a British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter.

Non-urgent advice: Learning Disabilities & Neurodiversity

Busy waiting rooms can be stressful places to spend time in. If you, or the person you care for, would benefit from additional support to be able to enter and spend time in the surgery, please contact us or discuss with reception when you book the appointment.

Non-urgent advice: Toilets

There are disabled toilets on both floors.