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Surgery news

Unfortunately due to a delivery issue the Practice has not yet received any flu vaccines for patients aged under 65 years.  Therefore we have had to cancel the clinics for patients in this age range. As soon as we receive a confirmed delivery date we will rearrange the clinics. 

The dates and times shown on our home page for patients aged 65 years and over are correct as at 27 September 2019.  


Dr Bayles will be retiring from the practice as of 10th September 2019. We wish her all the best for the future and thank her for the 6 years dedication to the practice.........We would like to welcome Dr H Cho as our new GP to Old Town Surgery. Patients of Dr Bayles will automatically be transferred to Dr Cho's care. Dr Cho has spent a year at our Little Common Surgery finalising his training as a General Practitioner and we are very lucky that he has chosen to remain at the practice. 

Do It Online

Little Common Surgery - Old Town Surgery Statement of intent for Patient Online Services

This Practice currently offers the facility for patients:

* To book, view, amend, cancel and print appointments online

* To order prescriptions online by sending your requests to (for our Little Common Patients and for our Old Town Patients.

* To view online, export or print information from their record relating to medications, allergies and adverse reactions.

These services are available on request, to any patients registered with this practice aged 16 and over. Parents/Guardians may request access on behalf of the child they care for. However please note that, in line with the Royal College of General Practitioners guidance, parental access will be withdrawn automatically when the child turns 11.


We are now working towards expanding online access to records to include more detailed information on illnesses, procedures, immunisations and test results with effect from 01/04/2016

We will be doing this in the following stages to ensure the necessary processes are in place to safeguard patient confidentiality and promote effective use of record access.


Stage 1 - Pilot patient access to detailed coded records with a small group of patients

Stage 2 - Review this process and identify whether we can improve on any access.

Stage 3 - Promote access to priority patients - for example with long term conditions.

Stage 4 - Offer access to all patients over the age of 16 who request it.

Stage 5 - Establish procedures for parents and carers to request online access to the record of patients they care for.


This practice is currently working at Stage 1. For upto date information about our online services, please ask at reception.

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