Please help us to help you by using  Doctorlink

We are trying out a new way of patients requesting help or appointments. This is so that you will not need to spend as long on the telephone, waiting for reception to book your appointment. 

We are asking you ( or someone else on your behalf ) to have a symptom assessment through DoctorLink.

The symptom assessment will ask you a number of questions to help to identify your problem.

The outcome of your assessment will direct you to the right treatment, whether emergency care, your GP, nurse or self-care.

If your outcome indicates that an appointment is required at your GP Practice, you simply click on the “book an appointment” button and book your appointment directly.

If no appointments are available, you will see a “request an appointment” button, please click this.

Once the request has been submitted, you will then be contacted by the Practice Team, to arrange an appointment within the identified timeframe (as outlined in the outcome of your symptom checker).

The information you provide will be shared with our clinical team (where appropriate) and will assist in providing robust information of your problem to the required clinical team member prior to your appointment. If you are not able to use Doctorlink, contact the reception via telephone.

Join Doctorlink now by clicking the button below

eat well

Eating well is all about having portion sizes and energy intakes which match what you need to achieve  your goals.It is also about understanding how much refined sugar you have in your diet.

what would you like to change?

Know where you want to be but dont know how to get there ?

We have pulled together some top tips from people who have made changes.

managing pain

Most of us will experience pain from time to time. Some of us have pain as part of our daily lives. You can learn how to manage your pain better. Live better with pain. Click for more info

Getting fitter

Wondering where to start ?

Decided you want a fitter you & a fitter future ?

We have some suggestions for you…

ditch Diabetes

Have you have recently been told you have Type 2 diabetes or are in the danger zone ? Give yourself a healthier future  by gaining control of what you eat and what you weigh.

maintaining your weight

Some people need to take extra care to ensure they are getting enough calories. There are some simple steps you can take if you are in this situation.

Extended Access

Evening and Weekend Appointments

Thinking about moving more ?



Before exercising always follow these simple tips from

• Take all medications as recommended by your doctor or pharmacist.
• The goals of your program should be to improve mobility, your ability to perform and enjoy activities of daily living such as cooking or walking in the park with friends, and improve your overall fitness.
• Choose low-impact activities such as walking, cycling or water exercises, which involve large muscles groups and can be done continuously. Low-intensity, longer-duration workouts are preferred over high-intensity activities.


Start with shorter sessions (10 to 15 minutes) and gradually build up to 20 to 40 minutes, three or more days per week.
• Add high-repetition, low-resistance circuit training and range-of-motion stretching exercises two to three times per week.
• Take frequent breaks during activity if needed. Use the ratings of perceived exertion and out of breath scales scales rather than heart rate to measure the intensity of your workouts.

What Others Say

“Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have.”

Winston S. Churchill

travel insurance

Remember to tell  your insurers of any change in your medical history

e.g. when you  have a new diagnosis or significant change in your treatment.

Blue badge

We do not provide blue badges or parking permits.

They are issued directly by the council.

Medicals or examinations

You can book medicals for Health Insurance, HGV, Taxi or Adoption via our recetpion. Click for more information.

fit notes

You do not need a note from the GP if you have had less 7 days off work (including weekends and Bank Holidays). These are also known as “Sick notes” or FP10.

Taxi & HGV medicals

Reception will be happy to organise a date for your driving medical. Please ensure you have had a recent opticians eye exam & bring the prescription with you.

Doctors Letters

Your employer will have to formally write to the practice, with your consent, if they are requesting a Doctors note or report.
Community Connectors

Could they help you , could you help them ? 

Community Connectors  are organised by the Council for Voluntary Services. Our local branch covers Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale. The Community Connector role helps patients with emotional, social and practical needs access a range of local, non-medical and non-clinical services, often provided by the community and voluntary sector. Services include, but are not limited to, local community support groups, bereavement support, financial support, exercise groups, social groups and one-to-one peer mentoring. BPRCVS’s Community Connectors will assess your needs thoroughly and determine a plan of action to deliver a course of support that will help you feel better, improve your wellbeing and reduce your reliance on GP’s and NHS services. The same Community Connector will stay with you throughout the duration of your involvement with the project. All of BPRCVS’s Community Connectors  are managed by a Community Care Coordinator. Our Coordinators support and train our Connector Navigators  to deliver the very best support and get you back on track by helping to introduce you to a wide range of activities and services. What will the project do for me? Community Connectors will spend time with you each week Offer support and access to activities, events and community services Improve your wellbeing through non-medical sources of support Keep you informed of what’s going on in your community Get you involved and engaged in activities, events and services Create a lasting positive impact on your wellbeing Provide an alternative to visiting your GP Reduce your reliance on health care, police and other professional services.

Contact Us

Use this form to send us an email – please note this message will be sent as an email. The most secure way of messaging the practice is via the Patient Access website or app.

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