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WELCOME TO ST MARTIN'S GATE SURGERY WEBSITE


We are an 7 Doctor Teaching Practice based in Worcester on the Newtown Road with a Branch Surgery at St Peters.

 


FLU CLINICS 2014

 Flu Clinics are available 

To find out if you are eligible please check the NHS Choices website.

Please contact the surgery to make an appointment.

http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/vaccinations/Pages/who-should-have-flu-vaccine.aspx

 


http://www.mysurgeryoffice.co.uk/psurvey.aspx?p=206575&a=M81035

The NHS wants to ensure that you have the best possible experience of care. The Friends and Family test is a way of gathering your feedback about this experience and helping to drive improvement in services. Take the Friends and Family test today by clicking on the image above.  


 

We now offer Nurse Triage Appointments 

What is Triage?


BOOKING APPOINTMENTS ON-LINE AND REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS  

  You can now book routine appointments with your GP online, along with ordering repeat prescriptions. 

You need to register to be able to use this service, by clicking here

  Once registered you will need to come to the surgery to collect your login information.You will need to provide photo ID before this can be released to you and it can only be given directly to the person registering. 

This is a pilot project so the number of appointments will be limited initially but will be developed further depending upon demand .

Please see our appointments page for more information .

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ON-LINE PRESCRIPTIONS

Important: We have changed the system for ordering repeat prescriptions -  Learn More...

  

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Click here to access Patient access

(Site updated 15/10/2014)
Order your repeat medicationsPatient SurveyCancel your appointmentUpdate your clinical record
 
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