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Baby Imms clinics on Tuesdays are changing- From Tuesday 25th February you will no longer be able to drop into clinic and must have a designated appointment time sent from Child Health or booked through the surgery.


Flu Season is still ongoing.  If you still require your annual flu vaccine please contact us to make an appointment.


GP Patient Survey Results 2019: Outstanding results for Kearsley Medical


Centre- Well done team!! See the Survey Report section for full results

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Routine appointments, can be booked in person, or by telephone during surgery hours.

Using Patient Partner telephone booking system through SystmOne which you can book, check, cancel, or re-book routine appointments by phoning 01204 462200. This service is available 24/7 days a week. You will need to keep your landline and/or mobile phone numbers up to date by informing the practice if you wish to use the service.

Using Systmonline via the website, you can book, cancel, or check an appointment. Please ask a receptionist, how to register for this service.

You can speak to a receptionist in office hours to book an appointment with a doctor, practice nurse, assistant practitioner or phlebotomist.

Emergency appointments are available every morning for medical problems which will not wait for the next available routine appointment.

Practice Nurses

Practice nurses have appointments for chronic disease annual reviews, cervical smear tests, holiday injections. They run childhood immunisation clinics. 

Phlebotomy

Appointments are every morning from 8.05a.m.to 11.00a.m. Home visits available on Monday and Wednesday afternoon for housebound patients.

Cancellations

If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.
 

 
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