If you have developed new symptoms of a continuous cough, OR fever OR a notice a change in smell or taste, or have been in contact with someone with confirmed Coronavirus, please do not come to the surgery. National guidance is that if you are otherwise well, you should self- isolate for seven days and your household should self-isolate for 14 days. However, if you do become unwell, you should contact 111 on line for advice. If you are not able to access services on line, then call 111.
Please be aware that the practice is now operating a full telephone triage system in response to the Coronavirus situation. The receptionists will arrange for the GP / ANP to call you to decide how your health issue should be managed. Please be aware that as part of this service, all callers will be asked a range of questions and this may cause a delay in answering telephone calls.
If the GP/ANP does feel that you need to be seen in practice, you will be given a designated arrival time. We ask that you do not arrive too early for your appointment, come alone where possible and wear a face covering.
Following new government advice, we are now asking all our patients to wear a face covering if you attend the practice. This will protect other patients in the waiting area and our staff.
Patients who are high risk or considered at risk of Coronavirus (and fit the NHS England criteria), and need to self-isolate for 12 weeks are being contacted directly by letter from NHS England. If you have received a letter, your employer should accept the letter as proof that you need to isolate for 12 weeks and GP certification is not needed. If you are worried about returning to work, you need to contact your employer directly. The practice will not offer any guidance on this matter.
The practice has temporarily suspended online booking of appointments in light of the evolving Coronavirus pandemic. This is following guidance issued by the Health Secretary.
Welcome to King’s Medical Centre
Established in July 2018, King's Medical Centre strives to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.
Our clinical team consists of three GP partners, two Advanced Nurse Practitioners, one Practice Pharmacist, two Practice Nurses and two Healthcare Assistants
The practice has suitable access for disabled patients and all patient areas have wheelchair access including the waiting room, consultation rooms, toilets and we have a lift to the first floor.
We will now be offering appointments at the practice from 7am on Wednesday mornings. The appointments will be available with Nurse Practitioner, Practice Nurse and Healthcare Assistant. For more information, please speak to a receptionist.
GP Access Scheme
Monday to Friday 6.30pm - 8pm
Saturday 9am - 12noon
Sunday & Bank Holidays 9am – 1pm
Ashfield North Federation of practices includes King’s Medical Centre, Brierley Park Medical Centre, Willowbrook Medical Practice and Skegby Family Medical Centre. We are a group of practices who are working together to offer our patient’s access to a GP or Nurse via prebooked appointments on evenings and weekends.
These appointments can only be booked through your own GP practice. There will be a GP and sometimes a Nurse or Healthcare Assistant on duty at each practice. Your appointment will be 15 minutes long. There are no emergency appointments available during GP Access Surgeries. Should the GP you see like to refer you for further investigations or procedures, this information will be passed on to your usual GP practice to process.
Extended GP Access service is accessible 7 days a week. Sunday service is available from 9am-1pm. If you require an appointment, please enquire with our reception team.
We are confident that our website will provide clear and concise help and give our patients the information they need in an easy and convenient format.
(Site updated 25/06/2020)