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Opening Hours
The reception area is open from 8.00 am to 6.30 pm Monday to Friday. We are closed at weekends and on all public holidays.

Out of hours :If you or your family need urgent medical care when the surgery is closed, please phone 111. One surgery in the area is offering appointments at weekends. If you call 111 they should be able to direct you to the surgery offering this service.

 The best time to call the surgery for advice is after morning clinics, usually between 11.30 and 12 noon. If the doctor you wish to speak to is still busy they will call you back, provided you leave a phone number, preferably a land line. 


The surgery is able to accept new patients who live in our practice area. 


Every two months (but sometimes more often) the practice will be closed on  a Tuesday afternoon to allow protected staff training time. We need to  do this to keep up with changes and developments which affect the practice.  On these afternoons the phones will be switched off for up to five hours, reception may be closed, and any urgent needs will be directed to the out of hours service

The next date is in February 2018

Please try our automated arrivals screen next time you come in for an appointment?!

Our current registrar is  Dr Eylem Hannan, but she is going on maternity leave in the middle of March 2018... we wish her well with the new arrival



The health visitors' baby clinic  at Sherwood Health Centre is  on  Tuesdays at 12 noon 

Sexual Health checks are available, Please look up under clinics and services

Our Services

We offer general medical services, contraception including coil fitting and implant insertion, maternity services, child-health services including immunisations, travel injections, minor surgery, and smear tests, and offer a treatment room service. We do not prescribe methadone to drug rehabilitation patients.

smokingPreventive Medicine and Health Promotion

We offer health promotion during routine appointments. We offer conventional advice: Don’t smoke, moderate consumption of food, fat, alcohol and caffeine. We offer advice about diet, exercise, immunisation, breast examination, and cervical cytology.

We also offer sexual health checks and chlamydia screening.


We share ante-natal and post-natal care with our Community Midwife, telephone Nottingham 8761890. The midwife runs some ante-natal clinics at Sherwood Health Centre, but they are based at Southglade Health Centre.


Health Visitors

 Anastasia Lock and Karen Mettam work with us giving general health advice and support to the parents/carers of young children. The Health Visitors have an open drop-in clinic on a Tuesday afternoon from 12 noon till 1pm at the Sherwood Health Centre for the under 1s.

They can be contacted by ringing 8831400 and can put you in touch with various sources of help and support.

immunisationBaby and Child Immunisations

We run a clinic on Tuesday afternoons between 11am and 1pm, for babies and children to have their injections and developmental checks. Appointments can be made at reception, or by  phoning us on 9858822.

We strongly recommend that children should have the full course of immunisations on offer to protect against infectious diseases which can cause death and disability.

Home Nursing

We work with a team of District Nurses, who visit patients requiring nursing assistance at home. They can be contacted by phoning  8831400. Patients recently discharged from hospital should have their home nursing arranged by their hospital nursing team before they are discharged.


Please tell us if you are a carer or if someone cares for you so that we can offer the help and support you may need. Please ask at reception for a form that will let us know of your details.


In some circumstances it may be that you or the doctor may prefer to have a chaperone in the room during examinations. There is no question of the doctor being offended if you wish to have a chaperone in the room. You may either bring a friend or relative, or a trained member of staff will be happy to provide this service for you.



Sexual Health Services

We are offer a sexual health check-up to everybody aged 15 to 24.

This is just for people without symptoms and will look for infections such as chlamydia. It does not involve an examination, but involves just a simple urine test for men; and women take their own swab.

If you would like to go ahead with a check-up, please book an appointment with one of our Practice Nurses.

Dr Foxwell will fit and remove contraceptive implants, and Dr King fits coils. If you would like to discuss either of these methods of contraception, please arrange to speak to them by phone.

            ***** New service***

We are now able to supply free condoms to people aged 15 to 24, under the C-Card Scheme. If you would like to register for the scheme, please make an appointment with our nurse Heidi.

Reports, certificates, medicals etc

The GPs frequently produce reports and certificates, and offer medicals for various reasons, not related to the contracted NHS GP service. There is usually  a charge for this.

Please note that they will not routinely sign passport forms.



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