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 Parkhall Surgery has been established for over 20 years and caters for patients in Somersham and the surrounding villages, including Colne, Earith, Bluntisham, Needingworth and Pidley.The practice started with one Doctor and the team has grown to include four permanent GPs.Our continuing aim is to provide traditional, patient-centred general practice informed by modern, evidence based medicine.

We pride ourself on our friendly team approach and hope that you will be satisfied with the care that you receive at Parkhall. 

 Please note - the Practice will be closed on the Bank Holidays -  Monday 25th December, Tuesday 26th December and Monday 1st January.

The GP Out of Hours service will be providing emergency cover during this time.  To contact them ring the surgery number and you will be put through or dial 111.   

We will reopen at 8.00am on Wednesday 27th December and Tuesday 2nd January.

Please order any repeat medication BEFORE 2pm on Wednesday 20th December to make sure you have enough for the 4 consecutive days we are closed.

CHEMISTS OPEN OVER CHRISTMAS BANK HOLIDAYS - please click here to see a list

 

 

     Have your say to improve your care

 The NHS Friends and Family Test www.nhs.uk/friendsandfamily

We would like your feedback on the care or treatment we provide at any time you visit or contact the practice.  It doesn't take long and can be completed when you are in the Practice (look out for the posters and flyers) or online.  Click on the 'Friend and Family Test' link to the right hand side of the screen in the 'Have your say' section.

You can complete the survey without giving your name and we will use the information to plan improvements to our services.

 

(Site updated 15/12/2017)
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