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Welcome to Castle Gardens Surgery 

 

HALF DAY CLOSURE

The surgery will be CLOSED from 1300 on THURSDAY 26th April 2018. When the surgery  is closed, you are able to contact the out of hours service by telephoning the Surgery. A recorded message will offer you the following information: For urgent medical advice when it’s not a 999 emergency when we are closed telephone NHS 111 on 111.

 

 


LATEST NEWSLETTER January 2018 is NOW AVAILABLE

The January-April 2018 newsletter is now available, follow the link top right of this page.

 

PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP (PPG)

Minutes of the latest PPG meeting from Wednesday 14th March 2018 are now available on the website.

 

When ordering repeat prescriptions by telephone

please note that we do not take repeat prescriptions requests on our main reception telephone number. For all prescription enquiries please ring 01805 622537 between 11am and 4pm. Alternatively you can use our online service for which you must be registered, please follow link to do so.

How to order repeat prescription online

Named GP for all patients 

Every patient registered at the practice has a named GP who will have overall responsibility for the care and support that our surgery provides to them. At the time of registration you will be offered to register with the GP who at the time will be accepting new patients, however you may prefer to be registered with another GP and we will make every effort to accommodate your request.

The next time you visit the surgery please confirm with reception, GP, practice nurse, Healthcare Assistant or at dispensary who your GP is. This will not prevent you from seeing any GP in the practice as you currently do. 

If you have any questions, or wish to discuss this further with us, please contact us on 01805 623222.

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