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      Buttercross Health Centre


We will be moving to the new Health Centre

on Friday 2nd May


The surgery will be closed on this day


We will re-open on 

Tuesday 6th May at 8.30am  


Below are some photographs of the project so far  


 Walking to the Doctors RoomsCorridor Towards the Doctors Rooms



                                 The Waiting Room















We would like to thank everybody who took the time and effort to put forward a suggestion for our new name, your input was greatly appreciated.We had a brilliant response with many varied and surprising suggestions; in the end we narrowed it down to the three most popular ideas or themes. These were then put to the Patient Participation Group, the Staff and finally to the Partners of the surgery, and after much deliberation and consultation the name Buttercross Health Centre was chosen.  We look forward to the move with great anticipation along with a new name for a new start.


Prescription Ordering Online

Patients will need to register with Patient Access and call into the surgery to complete their registration.  They will then be given a unique set of registration details.  Please bring a form of photo identification with you.  If you were registered with Patient Access before our upgrade on 10th September, you will need to call into the surgery to collect a new set of registration details.

If you need any further advice please contact Reception and they will be pleased to help you.



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Online Appointment Booking

Patients can now book their appointments online via the website.  Further information is available under the 'Appointments' section of the website.


MMR Vaccinations

There have been outbreaks of measles in Europe.

Please check your child has had the full course, particularly if travelling to Europe over the school holidays. 

If you think your child has not had 2 doses of the MMR vaccination please contact the surgery to make an appointment.


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