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Dates For Your Diary

The Flu Clinic dates for 2017 have been arranged. Click on the Clinics & Services tab for more information.

Meningococcal vaccination - 2017 school leavers

Teenagers born between 01/09/1998 - 31/08/1999 (2017 school leavers) are now eligible for urgent catch-up with Meningococcal vaccination. If you fit in to this age group, please contact the surgery and book an appointment with the practice nurse.

Text Messages

In an effort to make better use of our texting service, we would like to communicate with you when necessary by Text Message. If you prefer not to be contacted in this way. please let us know.



Wilson Street Surgery Patient Participation Group

Are you interested in finding out more about Wilson Street Surgery?

Would you like to influence the development of local health services?

If the answer is yes, the Surgery would like your help. The Patient Participation Group is up and running, and welcomes all new members. The aim is to ensure our Patients have a say in the continued improvement of the Surgery.

The group runs as an email forum, but does have face-toface meetings. If you would like to be involved but do not currently have internet access, it can be accessed at your local Library.

If you are interested please complete the contact form on this website.

We look forward to hearing from you


We always welcome any new PPG members. Why not simply come along to find out what it's all about.

Meeting Dates for 2017/18 are:

Wednesday 18 October 2017

All are held at Wilson Street Surgery and start at 6.30pm


Wednesday 17 January 2018

Wednesday 18 April 2018

Wednesday 25 July 2018

Wednesday 17 October 2018

Thank You to our PPG

For the recent purchase of a second ear syringe machine paid for by funds raised by the PPG.

Ear Syringe Presentation to Practice

Chairwoman Sue presents Sister Sharron Ford & GP Partner Dr Larry Higgs with the ear syringe Machine.





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