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GPs have changed their shift pattern, see our opening times, then consultation times for details.

Care Navigation is here, please see appointments for further details.

Due to current high demand & patient safety, we have temporarily stopped new registrations to Wootton Medical Centre.  For other surgeries within the area, please look at the NHS Choices website.  Thank you.

You can no longer order prescriptions via the website.  Please see below regarding registering for SystmOnline or speak to a Receptionist at the surgery.


Practice Management

Mrs Sharon Bailey

The Practice Manager is here to ensure the smooth running of the surgery and making sure the right systems are in place so we can continue to provide high quality care to our patients.  Along with her team, Sharon Bailey is always happy to help with any problems you may have, or with any suggestions that may improve our service to you.

Please contact Sharon by telephoning our main surgery number, or email


The Reception team provide an important link for patients with the Surgery and are your initial contact for general enquiries.  They can provide information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query.  Receptionists make most patient appointments with the GPs and Nurses and can have a difficult job to do, with telephone calls and enquiries from every direction.

When telephoning for medical attention, the Receptionist will ask you for a few details.  They have been trained to make these enquiries so that we can help you in the most appropriate way.

Receptionists also perform other important tasks, such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription queries, dealing with patient records, audits and general administration duties.

- Lorraine (f)
- Gorica (f)
- Wendy (f)
- Debbie (f)
- Rachel (f)
- Satya (f)
- Jackie (f)
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