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IMPORTANT - FRIENDS & FAMILY TEST - The care we give you here at Castle Mead Medical Centre is important to us. We are part of the NHS national programme for patient feedback, called the 'Friends & Family Test'.

Go to the bottom of this Home page and click on the Friends and Family box to take the survey and leave your comments etc.

This information you give us will be confidential and used to improve services in our practice. Thank you

Don't use a Doctor appointment to chase your hospital referral speak to our secretaries they can chase it up for you and will have more information than your doctor. 

Welcome to the Castle Mead Medical Centre

Castle Mead was established in 1991 by the partners moving into the present building from the Health Centre. We were the first ever practice to be awarded the British Standards Institutions’ award for quality assurance and we are committed to providing our patients with care of the best quality.

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The Stoke Golding Surgery

In July 1990 the practice opened a branch surgery for patients living in Stoke Golding, Dadlington, Higham on the Hill and Stapleton.

The surgery is conveniently located for the residents of these villages and our nurse offers a full range of support services, similar to those listed further on in this leaflet.

At Stoke Golding surgery patients may collect their prescribed medication at the surgery. Some items, such as antibiotics, are available at the surgery at the time of the consultation. Other non-urgent prescriptions, including repeat prescriptions, can be ordered for collection the following working day.

If you require medication urgently when the surgery is closed, please contact the main surgery on: 01455 637659


 

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