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Dr Carter is retiring from NPMC on 31st March 2017, he will be sadly missed by his colleagues and patients alike.  If you would like to leave a farewell comment for Dr Carter, please ask at Reception where we have a retirement book available for such messages.

Appointments

You can arrange an appointment with your doctor or the practice nurse by:

  • Telephone: 01908 617111
  • Online: www.npmc.nhs.uk.  To do this you will need to contact the Medical Centre and they will grant you access to "SystmOnline" and print you a username and password.  
    Please note this is currently only available for GP appointments.
  • In person: between the hours of 08:00 - 18:30

 

Please can you let reception know at time of booking your appointment if you or your child may be infectious.

 

 

Appointment System

Attached is a Appointment Flow Chart which explains the appointment system at the Medical Centre.

Saturday Consultations

These available for pre-bookable appointments only - this will allow for those who find it difficult to visit their doctor during the week to access a GP at the weekend.

 

If you cannot keep your appointment please let us know in good time so it may be given to someone else.

 Telephone calls may be recorded for quality and training purposes. As with all consultations, confidentiality will be maintained at all times. 

 

 

Texting Appointment Reminders

 

We are now able to text appointment reminders to those that have registered their mobile number with the practice.

 

When a patient books an appointment, a confirmation text will be sent to them. They will also receive a reminder text the day before the appointment.

 

We are hoping that this will reduce the number of missed appointments.  Please help us by ensuring we have your correct mobile number on our system.  You can do this by calling in at the Medical Centre or completing the consent form.

 

 
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