Rapid Access Clinic
We are now running a Rapid Access Clinic to ensure that those patients with urgent medical problems see the right person quickly. The clinics are run by a Doctor and a Primary Care Practitioner.
When you request an urgent on the day appointment the receptionist will ask you the nature of your problem. This is purely so they can direct you to the most appropriate healthcare professional to deal with your ailment.
For more information click here.
If you are aged between 70 and 80 you may be eligible for a Shingles Vaccination – For more information click here
The St Katherine’s Surgery
Patient Participation Group
Annual General Meeting
will be held on Tuesday 10 April
at 4pm to 5pm
All patients of this Surgery are welcome.
If you would like to come
please tell the Receptionist.
We need to know the number
for reasons of space.
Friends and Family Test
In June 2017 96% of respondents stated they were either 'extremely likely' or 'likely' to recommend the Surgery to a friend or a member of their family.
For more information on providing feedback to us please click here.
A&E does not mean "anything and everything". Recent surveys reveal that nearly one in five patients in England admit they have misused accident and emergency at some point – and departments are struggling to cope with ever-increasing numbers. The role of A&E is to deal with acute severe illness or injury, but as many as 50% of patients could be managed elsewhere. However, you can hardly blame the public for pitching up, when most people simply don't know what else to do, or where else to go when they or their children are ill. Click here to see the local options?
(Site updated 10/04/2018)