Whiteladies Medical Group is located just off the Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol.
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We are very sad to announce that Dr Catherine Williams, GP at Whiteladies Medical Group from 2013 to 2017, passed away on Good Friday after battling with cancer for nearly three years. Catherine was a bright and caring doctor who touched the lives of many patients and colleagues and who reached out to patients whose mental health difficulties made it difficult for them to get help. She published important papers on the care of people with mental health problems. Outside of work she was a keen mountain biker, rock climber and skier. She enjoyed an active social life with her large circle of friends and her extended family.
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Find out information about the treatment of many conditions.
Please do not use request a repeat prescription unless we are changing your medication.
Besides our Doctors
Our Clinical Pharmacist or Nurse Practitioners may be able to help you.
View our calendar for weekly Surgery Times
Arrange another one, if you are not ready to return to work.
If you have more than one problem consider whether you need to book a double appointment.
Nurse or pharmacist
Could your problem be managed by our Nurse Practitioner or Clinical Pharmacist, or perhaps we could speak to you over the telephone.
Please use the blood pressure monitor in the waiting room and hand the printout to reception with your name and date of birth written on it.
If you think you have a urine infection then please ask for a urine sample container at reception and take the sample to your consultation.
If you are travelling soon, please refer to our self-referral section, before making an appointment.
If you need psychological support or counselling you can self-refer to Bristol Wellbeing Therapies.
Foot or nail problems
For foot or nail problems please complete the podiatry self-referral form. For nail clipping services.
Self referral forms for a range of other conditions can be dowloaded here.
Health & wellbeing
Making good lifestyle choices for prevention rather than cure. The most important changes you can make to reduce your risk of heart disease and cancer are:
Eat a Mediterranean diet rich in vegetables, fruit, beans and grains...
Exercise at a moderate pace for at least 45 minutes every day.
If you smoke, then contact our smoking cessation team for help to quit.
Protect yourself and your family against the spread of antibiotic resistance.
Make an appointment
If you have explored the options above and you need to make an appointment, see our options below.
View our weekly Surgery Times.
If your problem cannot wait then book a routine appointment.