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1st May- Need an appointment outside of work hours? Click here to find out more of our new improved access appointments. 

26th March- We have successfully opened our new surgery on Parton Road. Please bear with us as we all settle in to our new surroundings. Thank you for your patience. 

14th March- We will be moving on the Monday 26th March. Please see poster below on     slideshow for details.

5th February- Sharing Information with NHS Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group

29th December- Saturday Morning Appointments available

20th December- Here's how to keep well over the Christmas Period

1st December- To re-register for online booking and ordering prescriptions online, please come into the surgery to fill out a form. We apologise for any inconvenience this has caused. 

1st November- Sexual Health Clinics available Free & Confidential

13th October-

'We would like to thank our patients for their understanding and patience during our change of computer systems. We still have a lot to learn and would appreciate if you bear with us over the next few weeks. We are hoping to resume full service shortly and commence our new on-line patient access for booking appointments and ordering prescriptions by mid November.'

4th October - Practice Notice Please Read Below!

15th September- 2017 Flu Clinic

30th August- Changing Clinical System- How will it effect our patients?

 8th August - New Premises Pharmacy

1st June - Development progress on the new surgery

4th May -  Structure of the new practice building is now underway

28th March- It's definitely started!

March 2017 -  New Churchdown surgery premises finally goes ahead!

2016 - First Notification of new premises


Providing Healthcare for the North East Gloucestershire Group


The 4 NEGG GP Surgeries have come together to take part in a project aimed towards improving access to GP appointments for NEGG Residents.  This involves providing additional appointments during normal surgery hours and extended opening at ONE NEGG Surgery until 8 pm on weekdays, Monday to Thursday and Gloucester Health Access Centre, until 8pm on Fridays and Saturday mornings. 

Improved Access appointments will be provided at the following GP Surgeries:

Churchdown Surgery


Alney Surgery

Located at 16 Cheltenham Road

Formerly Cheltenham Road Surgery



Longlevens Surgery


Gloucester Health Access Centre


Patients can attend any Surgery offering Improved Access appointments, regardless of where they are registered.  All appointments need to be pre-booked. 


Ring your GP Surgery as normal.  Your Surgery will offer you an appointment based on what is available.  If you choose an Improved Access appointment, the Reception Staff will tell you where the clinic is being held and the times available.  If this is convenient an appointment will be booked for you.  You will be asked for a brief indication of why you want to be seen.  This is not because they are being intrusive, but in some cases it may be better for you to see your own GP and they are simply trying to ensure your appointment is booked appropriately.


These appointments are for anyone with a new problem, such as tonsillitis or an ear infection, or with a long-term condition that has become worse, e.g., a chest/respiratory condition that has become worse and needs treating urgently.

Usually, if you have already seen your own GP about a problem, or the appointment is about a long-term condition, it would be better for you to continue to see your own GP who already knows about your condition, including any tests or treatments you have received.


The Doctor will need your consent to access your medical record.  You will be asked for your consent when you book, and again when you arrive for your appointment.  If you later change your mind and do not consent to your record being accessed, you will not be seen.


The Improved Access Clinics are staffed by GPs from GDoc; it is unlikely you will see your own GP.  Please bring a list of any medication you current take, and you might find it helpful to write down your concerns so the GP has a clear idea of what the current problem is.  Please arrive 5 minutes early, or on-time for your appointment.  If you are late you may not be seen.


Following your consultation, if you need to have further investigations such as blood tests or x-rays, or you need to be referred to a Specialist at the Hospital, your own GP will make the referral for you.


If you need medication, such as antibiotics, you will be given a paper prescription to take to any Pharmacy to be filled.  A list of late opening pharmacies will be displayed outside the Surgery.


If you have any further concerns or feel you need to be seen again, please contact your own GP Surgery to arrange to see your own GP.


Your first point of contact should always be your own GP Surgery who will be able to assist you.

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