Veterans

What is a veteran?

A veteran is anyone who has served for at least one day in the Armed Forces, whether regular or reserve. It means the same as ‘ex service personnel’ or ‘ex-forces’, although not all veterans know, choose or want to associate with the term ‘veteran’. This is particularly the case amongst younger veterans who often refer to themselves as ‘ex-forces’, due to the common belief that a veteran is someone who fought in the First / Second World War.

More information on NHS services for veterans can be found on the NHS website here.

To ensure the safety of staff and
vulnerable patients, all patients are
required to wear a face mask on
entering the building and during
appointments.
This will remain in effect after 19 July
Thank you

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 
Do not book a GP appointment if you think you might have coronavirus.
 
Stay at home and self isolate for 10 days and if further guidance is needed to use the NHS 111 website.
 
Arrange a test by visiting NHS.UK or contact 119.