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Patient Access


To book appointments online, order repeat prescriptions or to view your medical records please contact the Surgery. You will need to produce photo ID and you will be given a secure log-in to access our online services.

Monitoring your BP?


We now have a free standing blood pressure machine stationed in reception - no need for an appointment, take your blood pressure whenever you like!

Then simply hand in the result to reception and your reading will be added to your records.

Mayfield Surgery supports various Research Projects for further information regarding these projects please go to:

Newsletter September 2017

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If you are interested in giving your feedback about local health programmes or services at the surgery, learning about changes in your local services, or participating in health campaigns in your community - we encourage you to join our Patient Participation Group (PPG).

We aim to have a group that is representative of the different views and opinions among our patients.  Therefore we welcome new participants of any age, gender or ethnicity.

If you think you might be interested or would like to be updated on the activities and meetings of the PPG, please complete the online form below.  This does not mean you have to attend the meetings, but we will keep you up-to-date on any activities and inform you about upcoming meetings so that you can attend if you are available.

complete the form Complete the Patient Group Sign-up Form Online

Or download the form as a pdf document, complete it and return it to the practice.

download the pdf form Download the pdf version of our sign up form

 Invite Jan 2019 PPG meeting

We will be in touch shortly after we receive your form. Thank you for your interest.

Mayfield - Newsletter - July 2017

Mayfield - Newsletter - January2017

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