Morning Open access surgeries allow you to see a GP when it suits you, or make an appointment during afternoon surgeries.
Doors open 7.30am-6.30pm, Monday to Friday.
Please click below for surgery timesSurgery Times
November 17th is the start of Self Heathcare Week and Ask 3 Questions
The ask 3 questions campaign is aimed at helping patients become more involved in their healthcare decisions - if you would like to learn more click
www.bristolccg.nhs.uk or pick up a leaflet at the practice.
Viral Haemorrhagic fever/Ebola
If you have or suspect you have a fever of more that 38 degrees Celsius and have recently returned from Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone or Nigeria within the past 21 days, please would you telephone the surgery on 0117 9731201 or call 111 for advice before coming into the surgery or A&E.
Flu Clinics 2014
Our flu clinics are now up and running if you are 65 years and over, pregnant, suffer from diabetes, asthma, COPD, chronic heart disease you are entiteld to a flu vaccination. Please call us to make an appointment. Our next Saturday clinic is:
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A popular centre , just off Whiteladies Road in Clifton, Bristol
We are still open for new patient registration and you can call 0117 9731201 (after 8.00 am) or ask one of receptionists for an application pack.
Click on this link to see if you are in the practice's catchment area.
Although a large practice, we aim to provide a personal service with continuity of care and encourage patients to see the same doctor whenever possible. We have a well-equipped treatment room and, apart from traditional General Practice, provide a wide range of health-related services. Click here for our Practice Profile
Please note we also offer Extended Hours consultations, with either a GP or one of our nurses. Please check our surgery times through the link on the website. For further information you can download a copy of our Practice Leaflet
Before sending us an E-mail please read the following:
Please be aware that you are NOT able to book appointments or receive clinical help or advice via e-mail. If you need to speak to a Doctor or need an urgent response please telephone the surgery on 0117 9731201 (after 8.00 a.m.). Please use the surgery e-mail for repeat prescriptions, non-urgent, clerical and administrative enquiries only. The preferred method for requesting repeat prescriptions is by using EMIs Access (see website for full details). These requests will be given priority over requests made by e-mail*, which may encounter a delay in being processed. The first person to access the e-mails is a member of the administration team.
*Please be aware that we are not able to respond to e-mails outside of working hours. If you have an urgent query please telephone the surgery.
*Please be aware that these e-mails are not secure. If you transfer information you are doing so at your own risk.
Services we Offer...
In addition to seeing your GP, we offer...
Book Appointments and Order Repeat Prescriptions Online
A convenient way to book appointments and order a repeat prescription over the internet.Book/Order Now »
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For help and advice on medical matters or when the surgery is not open, the following web sites can be of help.
Emergency First Aid :
And if you require more specific advice about the following illnesses you can click on the following links: