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Coil Clinic 06 March, 03 April and 24 April 2019 Contact our reception desk for more information. Patients must see a Nurse before booking an appointment.

Seven Day Access to Routine Primary Care Service

 Patients who are registered at Sheet Street Surgery can now access a GP or Nurse appointment on weekday evenings (after 6:30pm) and weekends at King Edwards Hospital and St Marks Hospital. Speak with our practice receptionist to find out more or book an appointment.

By March 2019 everyone in England will benefit from access to general practice appointments in the evenings and weekends at a time that is most convenient to them. This is part of a national drive to help improve access to general practice and get the best possible outcomes for patients. Further information is available at

Ranked 'Good' in recent Care Quality Commission inspection!

No Parking at Sheet Street Surgery

“The person who answered the phone was so helpful outlining my options”

“My family and I have always received excellent care”

"All diagnosed quickly and sent to hospital! I would recommend this practice."

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Training Day Closures 2019   

We will close at 12:30 pm on the following afternoons for GP and staff education:

Thursday 21 February 2019

Thursday 21 March 2019

Wednesday 03 April 2019 - for more details, click on the list on the right.

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NHS National Cancer Screening Programmes

Early detection is key in the battle against cancer.  

There is no UK national screening programme for Prostrate Cancer but men over 50 years can have a PSA test upon request from their GP.

Bowel Screening is currently offered to men and women aged 60-70 years. People over 74 years can request a screening kit by contacting the bowel screening programme at Tele: 0800 707 6060

Breast Screening programme is offered to women ages 50-70 years every three years.  Women over 70 years will need to ask their GP about screening as they will not be automatically invited.

Cervical Screening is offered to women aged 25-64 years. Women aged 25-49 years are invited every three years. After that women are invited every five years until age 64 years.






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