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Welcome to The Spires Health Centre Online 

We are a professional, friendly Surgery that is committed to deliver excellent service to the community.  This Practice website is designed to give you an overview of the practice and the services we provide for the community. The staff at the practice try their best to provide this for you. If you feel that you would like information that is currently not available on here please do not hesitiate to contact us and tell us.

Our clinical team comprises of doctors, nurse, and a health care assistants. In addition we have counsellors both from the PCLT and IAPT  who visit the practice regularly. There are also group counselling services for patient with mental health problems. The doctors  and staff at the practice are very friendly and easily approachable.  The practice has a health trainer who gives  gives dietary advice  for those who  are obese and those with high cholesterol and cardiovascular problems. We also run a Community run Anti-Coagulant clinic once a week.

The practice is also  provides maternity services, childhood immunisations, contraceptive services including coils and implants, and travel vaccinations.

The surgery has automatic front door access suitable for wheelchairs. Disabled toilets are available in the waiting room, and disabled parking onsite.

Find out when our practice is open, what the GP consulting times are and what to do if you need help when the practice is closed. Find out more


If you are an existing patient lease feel free to complete our Friends and Family Test survey under our 'Have your say...' heading to the right of this screen.  This is an audit that has been introduced by NHS England for patients to give feedback on their Surgery.  All GP Practices are taking part in this scheme with data to be cascaded out shortly.

Look at our NHS Choices website for local services, advice etc., and compare our services to other surgeries in the area.


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