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Welcome to Spencer Street Surgery website.

 Please click on the links at the top and at the bottom of the pages

where you will find lots of helpful information.



From the 28th February 2018 you will no longer be able to leave your repeat prescription request on our answerphone.

Requests for repeat prescriptions can be made through your pharmacy, online via our Patient Access Service or on paper at the surgery.

You can also make appointments online via the Patient Access Service – please ask at reception for more details.


Did you know that you are entitled to regular screening tests for cervical cancer?

You can reduce the risk of cervical cancer by attending cervical screening.

Be proactive about your health and go for screening when invited.

Cervical Screening Statistics

Stay Well This Winter

Winter conditions can be seriously bad for our health, especially for people aged 65 or older, and people with long-term conditions

such as COPD, bronchitis, emphysema, asthma, diabetes or heart or kidney disease.

Being cold can raise the risk of increased blood pressure, heart attacks and strokes.

The cold and damp weather, ice, snow and high winds can all aggravate any existing health problems

and make us more vulnerable to respiratory winter illnesses.

But there are lots of things you can do to stay well this winter.

Click on this link for further advice on staying well this winter:

Stay Well This Winter

Men aged 65 will be invited for AAA Screening (Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm) - please click on the link below for more information:

AAA - Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening Campaign

SELF CARE (See also link at bottom of page)

If you have a minor illness, please consider accessing pharmacies first for advice. 

Alternatively you could access the self care forum or visit for general health advice. 

You could also download the NHS Child Health App from the app store for further advice on childhood illnesses too!


A&E deals with life threatening emergencies.  

Please contact 111 for urgent care outside of practice opening hours. 

(Site updated 27/03/2018)
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