Changes to Clinical System

The provider of our clinical system - Emis Health - is changing certain technical aspects of the way in which it delivers services to us.  This will not impact the delivery of services to patients but we wanted to let you know about the changes in case you have any questions.  Click Here for More Information and Impact Assessment to read the Data Protection Impact Assessment

Are you curious or concerned about yours or a loved ones memory?

The practice has a Sue Ryder Community Navigator who visits every Friday morning to offer practical information and support for patients or their carers.

If you would like to see the Navigator or would like more information please ask at reception.

Prescription Delivery Service

We offer a prescription delivery service from the Stanton surgery for all registered patients. We are able to deliver to collection points at the post office in Hopton, Barningham and Garboldisham, or to your home. If you would like more information regarding this service our Dispensary staff will be able to advise you - 01359 253701

Improvements to our online access facility

Check out the Online Services section for details!


Vacancies at the practice can be found HERE


Our Practice is committed to develop the delivery of better care to our patients utilising the Information Technology developed through and under the direction of NHS England. We currently use Summary Care Record, GP2GP Transfer and Patient Access Online for appointments, repeat medication requests and viewable summary care record. The Practice is committed to include detailed coded information as part of the Patient Access Online facility by 31st March 2016.


Practice Charter

Your doctors will always do their best for you. But they need your help to provide the best care for all patients. Please show your support by following these simple guidelines:

  • Please treat your doctor and their staff as you would expect to be treated by them—with politeness and respect. Violent or aggressive patients may be removed from the practice list.
  • Please cancel appointments that you cannot attend or no longer need—somebody else is always waiting.
  • Please think twice before calling a doctor to your home—is a visit really necessary?
  • Please do not expect a prescription every time you visit the surgery—good advice is often the best treatment.
  • Please remember that you can find basic health information elsewhere—for example from NHS Direct.
  • Please request your repeat prescription in good time—this will help avoid delays.
  • Please remember that doctors are only human—they cannot solve all your problems and some illnesses cannot be cured. If you do have a genuine complaint, please contact the practice manager first. This is the quickest way to solve any problems.

Thank you for helping your surgery to provide a better service.

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