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Welcome to Church Farm Close Medical Practice
This is a partnership of five doctors (not a limited company or partnership).
Repeat prescriptions can be ordered online. Registration for this service is free – simply call into the surgery to register (NOTE: You will need to bring at least one form of ID to register for this service)
Book An Appointment
Appointments can be booked online. Registration for this service is free - simply call into the surgery to register (NOTE: You will need to bring at least one form of ID to register for this service)
The Lofthouse Surgery is approached by a series of shallow steps with hand rails, suitable for prams, pushchairs and those with walking difficulties.
Patients who use a wheelchair can gain access directly from the car park at the rear of the building where there is a ramp with a handrail. Press the button and speak to reception who will unlock the door for you. The Manse Surgery is approached by four or five steps from the main road, Marsh Street. Alternatively, it can be approached from the larger shoppers’ car park at the rear and the path around the side of the building, without the need for any steps to be negotiated.
At The Manse Surgery some of the consulting rooms are upstairs on the first floor. If you are unable to climb the stairs please inform the receptionist on arrival and the Doctor or Nurse will come downstairs to see you when your appointment is due.
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