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

On Wednesday 5th December we will be closing for training at 12.30 hrs and not re-opening until 08.00 hrs on Thursday 6th December. If you require medical advice during this time, please telephone 111. Thank you.

Flu season is well underway at the surgery, if you are entitled to a vaccine and have not yet had, please contact Reception at the surgery to book, before we run out!

We are now registering new patients at the surgery, please speak to Reception for further details, or see our section new patients.

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

Extended Access Hub

Practices in South Northamptonshire are working together to provide services that give patients better access to Primary Care. 

You can now book an appointment to see a GP or Nurse in the evening or at the weekend at one of our Extended Access Hubs, located in Weedon, Brackley or Towcester.  Please speak to Reception to find out more.

Appointments will be available up until 8pm Monday to Friday and during Bank Holidays too and are bookable through Reception.

To enable these services to work safely and effectively, clinicians seeing patients need to be able to access the patient health record.  This will only happen when you seek clinical care and the clinicians you see at the hub have the same levels of security and confidentiality as we do at Wootton Medical Centre.

Being able to access your health record means that clinical staff have important information about any relevant medical conditions and prescribed medication that could affect your treatment.  Your health record will be updated after your clinical care, just as it would be if you visited your own GP.

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