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Welcome to Brackley Medical Centre

We are confident that our website will provide clear and concise help and give our patients the information they require in an easy and convenient format. It has been designed with the patient’s needs at the forefront of everything, from checking surgery times to letting us know what you think of us.

Our dedicated team are here to treat those minor ailments that occur, as well as providing specialist management of long-term conditions and clinics covering a wide range of healthcare issues. 

Please note this website is for the GP surgery only; not the Community Hospital or additional services that are running in the building.

New Patients Welcome

Brackley Medical Centre & Community Hospital 

Services and facilities include:

  • GP Surgery
  • Pharmacy
  • Occupational Health
  • Community Services
  • Intermediate Care Beds
  • Specialist Clinics
  • Physiotherapy
  • X-ray (coming soon)
  • Free parking

Brackley Community Hospital

Brackley Community Hospital is located on the top floor of Brackley Medical Centre. The hospital has 16 intermediate care bed all with en-suite facilities.

To contact the Community Hospital reception, please phone 01280 313166.

For further information about Brackley Community Hospital visit: www.nhft.nhs.uk/brackley-community-hospital

Lowick Pharmacy

Lowick Pharmacy is located at the entrance to Brackley Medical Cntre.

The pharmacy is open weekdays 8.45am – 1.00pm and 1.30pm – 6.30pm and Saturday mornings from 9.00am – 12.00 noon.

To contact the Lowick Pharmacy please phone 01280 700935.

Covid vaccination update January 2022

We are continuing to offer Covid-19 vaccination appointments for Brackley Medical Centre patients who are aged 16+. Clinics are taking place on Saturday mornings ... for further details click HERE. If you are unable to attend any of these clinics, please call 119 or go online HERE to book an appointment at a Mass Vaccination Centre.

Omicron Update - 13th December 2021

Dear Patients,

The Government has instructed General Practice to stop all routine and non-urgent clinical work in order to concentrate on the Omicron booster campaign, with the aim of getting all over 18s vaccinated by New Year. In Brackley this means we need to create an additional 1000 vaccination appointments a day before then.

The Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty was very clear that unless we make serious sacrifices to get ahead of Omicrom with the booster programme, then the NHS will be overwhelmed. Even if Omicron is less serious than Delta, the predicted vast number of cases of even mild disease will grind the Health Service, Education, Economy etc, to a halt.

Whilst this will enable us to provide significantly more vaccination appointments in Brackley, it does mean that we will not be able to offer our usual level of pre-booked GP and nurse appointments over the next few weeks.   From today until the New Year, you will not be able to book a routine GP or nurse appointment.  On the day, urgent demand will continue via the Urgent Access Hub as usual.

All appointments already booked between now and 1st January will be reviewed by a clinician.  If your appointment is not urgent, you will be contacted to rearrange it for the New Year. This is a significant undertaking, and we understand that this may be frustrating.  We ask for your patience and kindness in these challenging times, as we attempt to do all that we can to slow the spread of Omicron.

If your pre-booked appointment is urgent it will proceed as normal, and you will not be contacted.  Please be aware that it may not be with the clinician you booked with, as we rationalise clinics to make the most effective use of doctor and nurse time.

We are given no pre-warning of the government’s plans, and so we are working as quickly as possible to mobilise our teams to create as many vaccine clinics as possible. This will depend upon staffing the clinics and vaccine supply.  We will continue to update our website and social media with information regarding upcoming clinics at Brackley Medical Centre and the surrounding area.

MASKS

PLEASE NOTE: All people entering the building MUST WEAR A MASK (unless they are exempt). This is to ensure the safety of patients and staff. 

Philip Stevens to retire as partner

NHS Digital Weight Management Servic

A new NHS digital weight management serivce is now available. Find out more on our 'Other Services', 'Social Prescribing' page.

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