This website uses cookies to function correctly.
You may delete cookies at any time but doing so may result in some parts of the site not working correctly.
 

Noticeboard

Practice Merger

Practice Merger information

Patient engagement meetings have been arranged as detailed below

Venue— Church Street Medical Centre

Tuesday, 7.00pm on 6th February 2018

 

Venue— Church Walk Surgery

Thursday, 7.00pm 15th February 2018

 

Flu Clinic 2017

If you are eligible for a flu vaccination then please contact the surgery to book an appointment.

Repeat Medication Ordering.

We have taken the difficult decision and amended the practice policy regarding the ordering of Repeat medication by Chemists. From the 1st June 2017 Chemists will no longer be able to order medication on a patients behalf. The other usual methods of ordering medication remain - in person, online or now by Fax. The link below explains these changes in more detail. 

 Ordering Repeat Prescriptions 

Church Street Medical Centre is Rated Outstanding by CQC!

We are pleased to announce  that the Practice has been rated "Outstanding" in our recent CQC inspection.  Only 194 GP practices in the Country have been given this rating and we are incredibly proud of all the Staff at the Surgery and our Patient Participation group for their contribution to the Practice.

 


 

Out of Surgery Hours

clock12.jpg

If you need advice or to see a doctor when the surgery is closed please call 111. Calls are free.

Their staff will help you find the best support option for your situation. They can organise an appointment or telephone consultation with the NEMS out of hours GPs, contact the District nurses or signpost you to another provider.

Ilkeston Minor Injuries Unit (Heanor Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, DE7 8LN, 0115 9305522) is the closest A and E although please note this is for Minor Injuries Only and there is not always a Doctor on Site.

The closest A and E is QMC Nottingham. For life threatening emergencies please dial 999.

We ask that our patients do not use the A & E or 999 service for minor or long term problems – this takes away care from those who really need it.

 
Call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergencyNHS ChoicesThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website