Chillington Health Centre

Tel: 01548 580214

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  • Making Appointments

    Frequently asked questions about Online Consultations

    Appointments can be made by telephoning or by attending the surgery. Medically urgent cases will always be seen on the same day but not always by your own Doctor. 

    Note that all surgery appointments are for ten minutes only, so if you anticipate your appointment will take longer please request a twenty minute slot.

    The Doctors are happy to discuss problems by telephone, where appropriate, please contact the reception for advice. Please be available on your preferred number.

  • Evening & Weekend Appointments

    Improved Access service for evening and weekend appointments.

    Please note : Weekend appointments at Cricketfield and Norton Brook surgeries have now been suspended to allow NHS resources to be diverted to the Covid-19 vaccination programme. We hope to reinstate this service as soon as possible so please continue to check this website for the latest information.

     

  • Home Visits

    If you think you may need a home visit please phone before 11am if possible as this enables the doctors to plan their visits prior to afternoon surgery and avoid unnecessary delays. The doctor may ring to assess your problem.

    Please try to attend the surgery wherever possible as a more thorough examination is possible with specialised equipment available for some cases. Visits are for the housebound and those too unwell to attend the surgery.

    Please be prepared to explain what is wrong and to provide directions to your home. Remember that there is now a transport service run by SCOF, who will provide a car to take patients to and from the surgery (paid for through voluntary donations) for those who would otherwise be unable to attend (phone 01548 581181, or ask at Reception for details).

  • GP Training

    We are now a GP training practice. We have GP trainees on placement with us throughout the year.

    To become an independent General Practitioner in the UK, GPs must undertake 3 years of speciality training, normally including 18 months in an approved training practice and 18 months in approved hospital posts.

    All GP trainees at the practice are under the supervision of a GP trainer, which is currently our Senior Partner, Dr Harvey.

    Peninsula Medical School information about Medical Student Training.

  • Pharmacy First

    A new scheme is available to help people with minor ailments and conditions.

    Patients with certain conditions will be able to go straight to their pharmacist to receive a consultation and treatment without needing to see a GP. 

    See here for further information