Welcome to Southwell Medical Centre
NEW STUDENTS AT NTU BRACKENHURST - If you are new student at Brackenhurst this Autumn, please ensure you fill out our registration forms available from reception or come and see us at our stand at Brackenhurst over the Freshers weekend (Friday 20th September 2019-Monday 23rd September 2019).
We currently have a vacancy for Practice Manager. All details can be downloaded in these three files:
We now open at 7am for blood taking only. ALL other services (including reception & dispensary) are closed until 8.00am
We close at for half day staff training at
midday on Wednesday 11th September.
Self-Referral For Physiotherapy
You can now self-refer for physiotherapy WITHOUT SEEING A DOCTOR.
Have a look at the poster below and then complete the form. This can be returned directly to the Physio team by
email, post or via the surgery - there are even physio sessions at the practice.
Physiotherapy self-referral poster
Physiotherapy self-referral form
The doctors and staff seek to provide the highest level of care for all patients and also wish to develop, through Southwell Patient Participation Group (SPPG),
a partnership between our patients and the professionals involved in your care.
As a Training Practice we often have trainee GPs working with us. They are fully qualified Drs who is now training with us to specialise as a GP.
Our current trainees are Dr J Liu Dr G Bown.
All our patients have a named allocated GP (known as "usual GP" here at SMC).
You can ask any member of staff if you want the name of your allocated GP.
In order to maintain the highest possible standards of medicines safety, we now require at least 2 full working days to fulfil any requests for repeat medication.
We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause, but hope that patients will understand that the longer time is needed to ensure patient safety at all times.
Please be aware that ALL telephone calls IN and OUT of this practice are now recorded for patient and staff safety.
Recordings are securely stored for 5 (five) years.
Are you interested in the GP patient survey?
Find out more by clicking the patient survey icon below.
(Site updated 05/09/2019)