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Due to an increasing demand for urgent appointments we are making some changes to our booking system from May 2016

All requests for urgent appointments on the day will be assessed by the GP before being booked.

Please give the receptionist as much information as you can about the reason for your urgent request so this can be passed on to the GP.

You will receive a telephone call back from the GP or the receptionist depending on the reason for your request.

We would welcome your feedback about the changes once they have commenced.

Thank you

Sandy Pearson, Practice Manager

Did you see the recent Lancaster Guardian article about local GP Surgery ratings?

We were extremely pleased that Dalton Square topped the league tables locally with 97.9% of our patients saying they would recommend our patients to their friends and family.

We would like to thank the entire practice team for their hard work and dedication in striving to provide a caring, quality service.

We would also like to thank our patients for completing the friends and family test and scoring us highly.

The Partners & Practice Manager

Patient Access Services

This service allows patients to:-

  • order repeat medication
  • arrange appointments
  • view your medical records (immunisations and allergies)
  • update your details

To set up this service photographic ID is required and a registration letter is needed to create a new login.  Please ask at reception for more information or any assistance required to set up this service.


 To download the Patient Access Mobile App for your iPhone or Android - click the apple picture on the left.


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