appointment_1Consultations are by appointment only.

Please inform us as soon as possible of you wish to cancel or are unable to keep an appointment.

For urgent medical attention, we have appointments daily. Please telephone the surgery as soon after 8.00am as possible. We cannot guarantee you will be allocated an appointment with your own doctor. Please be aware that if you have several problems you may be asked to make a further routine appointment to deal with all problems adequately.

The consulting times are shown below.

Monday:08:30 to 12:0016:00 to 19:30
Tuesday:08:30 to 12:0015:00 to 18:00
Wednesday:08:30 to 12:0015:00 to 18:00
Thursday:08:30 to 12:0015:00 to 18:00
Friday:08:30 to 12:0015:00 to 18:00

Extended Access Hub

From 1 April 2019 patients registered with GP surgeries in Corby will have access to up to 150 more appointments per week as NHS Corby CCG introduces a new Extended Access Hub. The additional appointments will mean patients can access General Practice services between 6.30pm and 8pm on weekdays and slots will be available at weekends, Bank Holidays and over Christmas and Easter at Woodsend Medical Centre.

Corby’s new Extended Access Hub will allow patients to book routine appointments with a GP or other healthcare professional, including GPs, nurses, physiotherapists and health care assistants, seven days a week. The service will be tailored to meet the needs of the Corby population.

To access this service, call your own GP practice where receptionists will be able to access and book evening, weekend and Bank Holiday appointments where appropriate. 

Patients needing healthcare when their practice is closed should continue to call NHS 111.

Staff Training

Members of the practice team take part in the Protected Learning Time initiative. This means that the practice may be closed on one afternoon per month for training purposes. During this time, patients may use the services of NHS 111 or The Urgent Care Centre, Cottingham Road, Corby

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