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Upcoming closures for Churchfields Medical Practice:

Tuesday 10 September (PLT) - closed from 12 

Tuesday 8 October (PLT) - closed from 12

Please make sure that you order your prescription in plenty of time to avoid closure. 

For urgent treatment, please call 111.
NHS app
We are pleased to say that our surgery is now live on the NHS app. Please follow the simple instruction to set it up.
You can book all non-urgent GP appointments, telephone consultations and some nurses appointments (smears, removal of sutures/clips,diet advice).
For more information, visit

GP+ Nottingham City – extended hours access for patients


Offering Evening & Weekend Appointments bookable through your GP practice, patients registered at this practice are able to access additional routine appointments during evenings and weekends through the new GP+ service.


Appointments are available to see GPs, Practice Nurses, Clinical Pharmacists and Physiotherapists in a fully equipped accessible location on Upper Parliament Street in Nottingham City Centre.


Opening hours are:


16:00-20:00 Monday – Friday

9:00-13:00 Saturday & Sunday


This is not a walk-in service, appointments are required and booked through the reception team at the surgery.  For more information visit:


The Practice offers free NHS health checks for patients age 40-74. Letters will be sent out shortly to those eligible to make an appointment with nursing team.

Eligible patients registered at Churchfields Medical Practice are being invited for routine breast screening throughout 2017 by Nottingham City Hospital Breast Screening Unit. Over the next few months, women aged 47-73 will be receiving an invitation to be screened. More information regarding the screening can be found at


National Diabetes Audit - this practice is taking part in an important national project about diabetes care and treatment in the NHS. Theis project is called the National Diabetes Audit (NDA). We will send anonymous information about the care and treatment received by our patients with diabetes. This information is strictly controlled. If you do not want your information used, please inform a receptionist. This will not affect your care. You can get more information from
Information sharing agreement (MIG) - The practice has enabled software to share your GP medical record with urgent care services. This means that if you need urgent care treatment (A&E, Out of hours GP, Walk-in centre) the clinician treating you will ask for your consent for them view your GP medical record; if you do not wish them to view your GP medical record you can decline access. This will only work if you have provided us with consent to share information from your record with other healthcare providers - please click on the 'Enhanced Data Sharing Model' heading below for more information and a consent form.

The type of information shared is restricted and includes a summary of current problems, current medication, allergies, recent tests, diagnosis, procedures, investigations, risks and warnings – all this information is currently held in your GP system record.

Family & Friends test - The feedback we're getting from the Family & Friends test is mostly very positive - thank you. We've also had some helpful suggestions for improvement, that we're looking into. You can complete the Family & Friends test online (the patient survey button at the bottom of the home page) or in the practice (feedback box). We also send text messages after your appointments here giving you the option to share your feedback.

This practice currently offers patients’ facilities to book, view, amend, cancel and print appointments online.We also offer the facility for all patients to order online, view and print a list of their repeat prescriptions for drugs, medicines or appliances. We are also now able to to offer patients facilities to view online, export or print any summary information from their record, relating to medications, allergies and adverse reactions. We will need to see photo ID to set these up - please speak to a receptionist for more information

Routine Appointments

circled_dayTo book a routine appointment please phone the surgery on 978 1231 or call in to the health centre.  You can book a routine appointment up to 48 hours in advance.  If your problem is more urgent you can receive advice and/or treatment sooner.  This may not be with your preferred GP. You will find it easier if you phone after 11:00. 

It is also possible to book routine appointments using Patient Partner, an automated telephone service in operation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The practice offers online appointment booking. We need to see some ID (preferable photo ID) and can then register you for SystmOnline. You can access this service from either the home page of this website or the link above.

Telephone Consultations

Your GP or the reception team may offer you a telephone consultation instead of a face to face appointment. The doctors are often able to assist you in this way, saving you the time and effort it takes to come to the surgery. If you think that a telephone appointment might be right for you, please ask for one when you book.

Urgent Appointments 

If you have an urgent problem please phone the surgery on 978 1231 before 11:00 if possible.  The receptionist will take your number and will arrange for an emergency care practitioner to call you back within the hour.  Your needs will be assessed and you will be offered advice or a suitable appointment. 

Pharmacy support

There are a number of minor illnesses that your local pharmacy can help you to manage. This is often easier and faster than contacting us for an appointment. If you pay for your prescriptions, the medications required for minor illness are usually cheaper than the prescription charge. If you don't pay for prescriptions, there is a scheme called Pharmacy First, under which you can get treatment without charge. You can find out more about Pharmacy First here.

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