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Unfortunately, due to patient safety and workload, Wootton Medical Centre is not currently accepting new patients. Please look at NHS Choices website for other local surgeries.

The only number to contact the surgery is 01604 709922, any previous numbers are no longer in use.

Our latest PPG Newsletter is now available to view (see right hand side of page). 

What to see your Practice Nurse for?

Image result for nurse imagesMedication Reviews:

For diabetes (30 minute appointment), asthma (20 minute appointment) & COPD (30 minute appointment) medication reviews, please book an appointment to see our Practice Nurse Claire.

Nurse Clinic:

For diabetes (30 minute appointment), travel inoculations (complete travel form), cervical smears (15 minute appointment), swabs and the like, please book an appointment to see our Practice Nurse Gemma.

Health Care Assistant & Phlebotomy Clinic:

For blood tests, NHS Health Checks (if eligible, 20 minute appointment), blood pressure, smoking cessation and dressings, please book an appointment to see our Health Care Assistant Julie.

All bloods tests are carried out in the mornings only, as the samples are collected by the hospital around 13.00 hrs.

Please also see Clinics & Services.

How to Arrange Practice Nurse Appointments

 

SystmOnline:

Using your personal log in details, please select an appointment with the Practice Nurses or Health Care Assistance as above, ensuring you select the appropriate time slot (length).

Telephone:

Please telephone 01604 709922 for an appointment to see our Practice Nurse or Health Care Assistant.

Appointments can be booked up to 3 months in advance.

If you are unable to keep an appointment, you can cancel online via SystmOnline, via the Receptionist or via MJog if you have signed up to our text messaging service, this appointment can then be offered to someone else.

 
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