Please be aware that our surgery opening hours changed on Monday 5th February 2018.
We are now open: Monday and Tuesday only 7am-6.30pm; Wednesday to Friday 8am-6.30pm. We will be closed on Saturday and Sunday.
Medical Students qualify as doctors after 5 years, but they then need a further 3 years training to qualify as general practitioners.
Barbourne Health Centre started to train junior doctors in 2015.
Dr Holmes is a qualified "trainer" who has been involved in training young doctors who have a interest in becoming GPs.
You may during your visit to Barbourne experience a consulation in a joint surgery, where the trainee GP observes the trainer in consultation, or the trainer watches the trainee consulting.
These joint consultations are a very valuable learning tool for trainees, and we are grateful to all of our patients for supporting us all with this.
We are currently looking for new members for our PPG – all ages are welcome.
If you are interested in joining, please contact the Medical Secretary at the surgery on 01905 22888 for further information.
If you have signed up with a pharmacy for this service your prescription will be electronically sent there. If you haven't signed up with a pharmacy and would like to be included in this service, please contact the pharmacy of your choice to arrange this.
Appointments Online, Repeat Prescriptions & Text Reminders
If you want to sign up for Appointmnts Online Repeat Prescriptions or Appointment Text Reminders - you will need to bring in some ID to obtain a registration document from Reception. If you have previously signed up for Appointments since 3rd Sept, you can now also order Prescriptions.
Summary Care Records
In an emergency, or if your doctors surgery is closed, you might need care from a doctor or nurse who doesn't know you.
We introduced Summary Care Records on the 18th November 2014 to improve the safety and quality of patient care. For further information please read more under "Summary Care Records" to the right of the screen.