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The Surgery is open from 08.00 - 18.30 Monday to Friday. For Xmas we will be closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day. Please order your repeat medication in plenty of time. We are open as normal on all other days. You can ring from 8am to make an appointment for that day, or you can make appointments in advance online, or by speaking to our receptionists. 

FLU VACCINATIONS for Over 65's and under 65's in at risk groups are in stock. You can drop-in to see the nurse any morning or Monday evening between 5 & 6 pm, or make an afternoon appointment.

ONLINE MEDICATION ORDERING  If you wish to write a message to dispensary when you order medication, please write it in the box on the second page, beneath the list of medication you have ordered, not the first page (as this deletes the list of medication you want). Thank you

Medication reviews. In future on your repeat prescription list, if there is a message in bold print, please take note of it as it will be a message for you personally. (The automatic message has been removed). We are reviewing how medication reviews are carried out and you may note your review date may have been changed.

Bradworthy Surgery

Hello and welcome to our website.  We’ve packed it full of useful information in a very easy to use format with the added benefit of several online functions. If you’re new to the area, have a look at our opening times, download a registration form and come and see us.

There are now routine pre-bookable appointments available with the GP and Nurse on Monday evenings until 7.45pm and Wednesday mornings starting at 8am. We are hoping this will help our working population who find it difficult to access our services in the daytime.

GP appointments are also available at other local practices during other evenings and at the weekend. To book an appointment please speak to reception and they will explain where the appointments are and their availability. 

Your Health in Safe Hands

The team are here to provide all patients with a professional and caring healthcare experience in friendly and personal surroundings. With discretion and confidentiality guaranteed your welfare is safe, secure and in good hands.

Exercise: the impact on health and wellbeing

parkrun is open to all, including those who are inactive or have health conditions or disabilities. It is a free weekly event for all ages from 4+. The nearest parkrun is at Tamar Lakes (see link below). Taking part is easy: register once on the parkrun website, print off your personal barcode and head down to Tamar Lakes every Saturday morning at 9am.

Whether you want to improve your fitness, make new friends, cope with health problems, learn new skills or simply be outside with others, parkrun has a positive impact on health and wellbeing, mentally and physically, and changes lives.

For further information contact our Practice Nurses Sue or Rachael

Ready to make a change?

OneSmallStep is a free service to support you to improve your health and wellbeing. They can help you maintain a healthy weight, get more active, cut down on alcohol and quit smoking. They offer telephone coaching, online support and a free mobile app, Rally. Speak to one of their specialist advisors today on 01392 908 139

Depression and Anxiety Service

Click on link to read about this service, and if you wish you can self-refer by following the link on the list on the (R) of the screen

Travel Health

Before you see the nurse regarding travel vaccinations, please click on this link

to download the form, complete it as much as you are able and bring it with you to your appointment


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