At Saxonbrook Medical we want to ensure each of our patients are cared for and provided with a high quality service.
In order to achieve this we have introduced a new appointment system whereby you will be triaged by a clinician who will ensure that your needs are met in the most appropriate manner.
As well as this service, we will also continue to offer routine appointments which can be booked in advance, on-line, in person at the reception desk or by telephone.
Flu Season 2016
Do you need a Flu Jab? We are offering them for free to all eligible patients.
Click here to check your eligibility; if you are entitled to one please call for an appointment on 01293 450400.
Congratulations are in order!
On the 26th of October 2016, Saxonbrook Medical were shortlisted in two categories of the national Nursing Times Awards:
Nursing in Mental Health - The Wellbeing Clinic
Nurse of the Year - Erin Docherty
It gives us great pride to announce that we won both awards, and would like to extend our warmest thanks and congratulations to Erin, our staff and all of our patients.
Unfortunately in order to maintain levels of service to our listed patients, we have capped our list. This means that with the exception of newborn babies living at the same address as a current patient, we will be temporarily disallowing all new patient registrations. This is to enable the maximising of care of our current patients at a time of a national GP shortage.
If you are not currently registered with a GP surgery, please visit http://www.nhs.uk/service-search for information on how to find an alternative provider.
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Please fill this form in and bring it with you when you next come into surgery.
(Site updated 19/01/2017)