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Latest News

Practice Partner, Dr DiBiasio, retired on 17 Dec after 22 years


Dr Di Biasio

Please join us in wishing Dr DiBiasio a very healthy and happy retirement
After more than two decades at Wye Surgery, we’re very sorry to see him go - but hope he’ll make a comeback doing some locum sessions for us in the near future.


We no longer have a fax

Our fax line was withdrawn on 3 October 2019 (over the coming months fax lines are being withdrawn across the NHS and will no longer be used).

If you normally fax us for the following purposes, here are the alternatives:

Submitting repeat prescription requests:

  • Use Patient Access online
  • Email to
  • Post or hand deliver a paper request to the surgery.


Submitting forms or correspondence (including outpatient referrals from other GPs):

  • Email to
  • Post or hand deliver to the surgery. 


'Medication Reminder' Mobile Phone App   

A new phone app is now available to help you manage regular medications for yourself or someone you care for. It will remind you when to take medications and when to order repeat prescriptions.

Find out more and download the app


Register now for Patient Access - beat the phone queue

Patient Access lets you use Wye Surgery’s online services.

You can login from home, work or your mobile phone.

Click the link to register


Text Message Appointment Reminders

Never forget another Wye Surgery appointment, simply join our FREE message reminder service.

Just ask at Reception – or phone us – or print off, fill in and return the form below to make sure we have all the details we need to remind you ahead of your future appointments.

Text Reminder Service Form.pdf

Over 12 million GP appointments are missed each year in the UK, costing the NHS more than £162 million per year - join our reminder service and be part of the solution.

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