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Please note due to unforeseen circumstances the Contraception and Sexual Health clinic will be capped at 6.30pm on Thursday 20th April 2017. This means that if you arrive after this time we will not be able to accommodate you. We apologise for any inconvenience.


Welcome to Central Surgery

We are a dynamic and friendly surgery who are committed to providing excellent care and patient satisfaction.  We provide a variety of clinics and services to meet our patients' needs such as chronic disease management (eg. Diabetes, Asthma, COPD clinics etc.), phlebotomy, minor operations (including accupuncture) and childhood vaccinations... 

Following our recent inspection by the Care Quality Commission, we were pleased to be informed that we were compliant in all essential standards of quality and care. As a result were given a rating  of "Good" in all areas.

We are seeking ways of improving our surgery and have recently set up a Twitter account where we intend to keep our patients informed of health matters and surgery news / information.  Additionally, we hope you will find a variety of information on our website and as ever, should you have any feedback, whether that be positive or negative, we welcome your comments.

Electronic Prescription Services (EPS)

You can now nominate verbally a pharmacy for us to send your medication request directly through to. This means in future you will not need to come into the surgery to collect your prescription and can go straight to your choice of pharmacy 48 working hours after you have made your request to us.

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