Practice Information

Information about the organisation of the practice and the staff in the team. More...


When the surgeries are open & how to make appointments with doctors and nurses. More...

Clinics and Services

We have a range of services from Travel Clinics to Chronic Disease Clinics. More... 


Additional Services

Amber Project – is a new service to support parents who are worried that their relationships at home are unhealthy and that is affecting their family. If you are worried that a partner or family member is treating you badly, this could be a form of domestic abuse. The Amber project offers sessions that will vary according to your needs, but are likely to cover things such as:

  • Learning about the difference between health and unhealthy relationships.
  • Talking about your safety at home, at work and in the community if your partner is abusing you.
  • Assessing with you the impact of the domestic abuse on you and your child.
  • Learning about positive parenting and helping you to become more confident about your parenting ability.
  • Improving your self-esteem within your family and/ or relationships.
  • Helping you make positive and healthy choices.
  • Exploring different services in the community that can help you and your family.

To make first appointment with The Amber project, phone 07920210060 and leave your name and contact details, you can also email


Feel Good Co-Operative – Feel-good offers services to help you unwind and relax through affordable therapies like, Massage, Reflexology, Shiatsu. These services are available at both Gallions Reach and Herons gate Medical Centre; you can book treatment at a cost of £15 per hour. Please not that we require 24 hours’ notice of cancellation otherwise a charge will apply for the missed session. To find out more or to book a treatment call 07908034081,email is or go to


Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention Service – We offer a free alcohol screening service to all patients, Our Alcohol worker will help in giving advice in regards to drinking alcohol safely. If you find you drink alcohol when you are stressed, would you like support to reduce the amount of alcohol you drink? Is your drinking affecting your relationship or your employment? Our brief intervention service offers one to one support in regards to safe drinking; you can speak to a member of staff in reception or your GP who will refer you.