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NB appropriate bookings with doctors include


Suspected illness

Follow up to previous appointment/lab results

Medication review.


Appropriate bookings with nurse


Childhood/baby immunisations.

Pill check

Dressings, removal of sutures

Ear syringe

Suspected urinary infection

Travel immunisation

Chronic disease management


Minor surgery, coil removal or insertion CANNOT be booked online


If you need medical help outside surgery hours please ring 01376 561242 and you will be given the out of hours number for NHS 111 which is 111.  For real emergencies use Accident and Emergency.

Please try and use NHS services wisely, thank you.



STOP SMOKING CAMPAIGN - Provide the community service provider are working with the practice and will be contacting patients in regard to stop smoking.  If you need any help with stopping smoking Castle Pharmacy in Coggeshall also have their own advisors.


Latest News

Opening Hours – August Bank Holiday 2018

Saturday  25 August 2018 – Closed

Sunday     26 August 2018 – Closed

Bank Holiday Monday 27 August 2018 – Closed

Tuesday   28 August 2018 – Open as usual

If you need urgent medical attention or advice when the surgery is closed:

For health information or advice please contact the out of hours NHS 111 service on 111. For medical emergencies please contact 999

Thank you.

Self Check in Screen

We have installed a new automated check-in screen. This is on the left of the waiting room. It is hoped that this will reduce queuing in the reception area. Using the screen is easy and there are clear instructions but if you would rather speak to a receptionist please do so. The reception team will help you if you have any queries


If you aged 70 or 78 you may be entitled to the Shingles Vaccination. Please ask at the surgery

Coggeshall Patient Participation Group

The next meeting will be held in the Autumn.

Guide to childhood illnesses

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