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We are pleased to announce that in our recent CQC inspection, we have been rated as "Outstanding" for the second time.  Please see the report below by following the link:

New Carers Coffee Afternoon Dates: Thursday 19th July & Thursday 20th September (1400 - 1530hrs)

CarersInWiltshire's new website and online community for young adult carers has gone live. YACbook is a safe space for young people to find information, advice and links to support. Topics and resources include mental health support, building your confidence, studying and employment. Read all about it here

Patients from Abroad

The Practice doctors have a duty to provide free of charge treatment which they consider to be "immediately necessary" or "emergency treatment" to any person within the practice area, regardless of whether that patient is an overseas visitor or registered with the practice.

If treatment is provided free of charge, prescription charges are applicable under the usual rules.

An appointment for an overseas visitor to see a doctor will be made on the understanding that a charge may be payable.

Secondary Care /Hospital Treatment

Patients from overseas who are referred by a doctor to a secondary care provider are liable to be charged by the secondary care provider irrespective of whether the patient has been given free treatment under the NHS.

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