You can find the latest information and advice from Public Health England at

 SCAM WARNING RE TEST AND TRACE See Coronavirus page for details

We are still open but are boarded up as windows and doors smashed by vandals Awaiting repair

See Flu Clinic page for latest vaccination news  

St Marks Blood Test walk in service suspended

It is now an online bookable service  

See Appointments page Blood tests tab for Booking Process

Contact 111 for medical advice when we are closed

GP appointments are now all telephone call first as per National Guidance

These can be pre booked online if non urgent or book by phone or do an e-consult

Urgent matters please ring to go on Duty Dr list

This is to protect our patients, our staff and our community 

We aim to reduce the footfall through the surgery to reduce the risk of spreading the virus

See Opening times section then click tab for "When we are closed" for out of hours services details

Use NHS 111 online for advice or call  111

Afternoon Training Closures 17th Sept, 22nd Oct and 12th Nov from 12.30 pm




We will be closed on Christmas Day Friday 25th December 2020, Bank Holiday Monday 28th December 2020 and New Year's Day Friday 1st January 2021

As usual, at this time of year, we shift the balance of our appointments towards more book on the day and Duty Dr triage to ensure we meet the increased demand for urgent care that occurs at this season. There will be fewer appointments available as book ahead ones although there will still be some. 

The General Practice Hub at St Mark's (book ahead evening and weekend appointments) is putting on extra staff in December and January to help with demand. Our receptionists can book these for you.

When we are closed  

For life threatening conditions - call 999

For medical advice call 111. They will give advice and/or refer you to the appropriate out of hours services for your condition

The Urgent Care Centre at St Mark's Hospital is open 8.30am to 1pm on weekends and Bank Holidays

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