For the latest Covid-19 advice please visit If you think you may have Covid-19 or have traveled to an affected area - please do not come to the surgery or go to a pharmacy or hospital. Use the NHS 111 online service at to find out what to do next

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Please do not come to the surgery unless you have been invited to do so by one of the Pine Street Medical Practice Team.

 All prescription requests are to be requested by email or fax, you can also ask your chemist to request it on your behalf. We will then send your prescription electronically to your nominated pharmacy.

Our reception desk is open from 8.00 am to 6.30 pm Monday to Friday.

Between 8.00 am - 8.30 am the main door will be locked. If you need any administration advice only call 07539526961. Please note on the day appointment are not released until 9.15 am

Our phone lines are closed between 2.00pm-3.00pm Monday Tuesday Thursday and Fridays they close at 2 pm on a Wednesday for the day, if you. You can access urgent medical care by calling NHS advice line on 111.  


Medical reports will be processed and completed within a 21-day period commencing upon payment.

Blue Badge Support: With regards to requests for a GP letter in support of a blue badge application, please note that any letter written by the GP will only reflect the medical notes and will not be biased in any way.

If you are agreeable to the above and are happy to proceed, a charge of £60 will be applied to all Blue Badge letter requests which will be processed and completed within a 21-day period upon payment.




Online Consultation

The Pine Street Medical Practice Online

Pine Street Medical practice aims to provide excellent patient care in a happy working environment which values practice and personal development, respects people and is based on achievable and realistic goals.

We are a teaching practice and will occasionally have students and trainee doctors attending. This may mean that you will be asked to see a trainee as part of the training process, after that consultation you will see either Dr Segarajasinghe or Dr Hoque as part of a joint consultation. You may be offered appointments where students maybe sitting in during your consultation. Please speak to the receptionist if you would like a standard non-teaching appointment. You will always have the choice of what type of appointment you would like, and this will not affect your care in any way.

Many thanks for your kind consideration and help with the upcoming activities.


Surgery Access for Disabled

The practice is wheelchair accessible and we have consulting rooms on both the ground floor and first floors. Portable loops are available please ask at reception when you attend.

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