Kirkby Community Primary Care Centre is a GP Practice.
Patients can register with the GP practice if they live in Kirkby in Ashfield, Annesley Woodhouse or Kirkby Woodhouse areas.
Facilities available: disabled access, disabled car parking, Language Line – telephone interpreting service, induction loop.
Our opening hours are:
|Monday||0800 – 2000 (extended hours)|
|Tuesday||0800 – 1830|
|Wednesday||0800 – 1830|
|Thursday||0800 – 1830|
|Friday||0800 – 2000 (extended hours)|
Patient Participation Group
Getting together to make a difference!
The group of patients who have joined together in a voluntary capacity in order to;
- Discuss issues affecting the practice
- Help deliver the best service possible
- Help patients get the best out of their GP practice
- Make positive suggestions surrounding their health care needs
- Support developments, fundraising and events
- Act as patient representatives by working alongside the practice staff on behalf of patients.
We meet between 10.30am and 12 noon on the first Wednesday every month – NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
Please contact our Practice Manager Debbie Partlow on 01623 434600 for further details.
Registering with the GP Practice
If you live in Kirkby in Ashfield, Annesley Woodhouse or Kirkby Woodhouse areas, you are welcome to register with the GP Practice.
To register please either telephone us or ask at reception to request a registration form and new patient questionnaire. Once the forms are completed, you may be asked to attend a new patient check with the Nurse but registration is immediate and you can have an appointment with our Doctor or Nurse if you need one.
The GP Practice offers a wide range of family health services including: new patient check-ups, minor illness, chronic diseases, Family Planning clinic, health promotion, weight management, childhood immunisations, smoking cessation clinic, travel health, phlebotomy, minor surgery, advice and support and mother and baby clinics.
In Case of Emergency
If you are injured or seriously ill you should go or be taken to Accident and Emergency. If an ambulance is needed you can call 999. Generally, you should visit Accident and Emergency or call 999 for emergencies, such as:
loss of consciousness
pain that is not relieved by simple analgesia
acute confused state
persistent, severe chest pain
What if I need to be seen out of hours?
If you think your problem cannot wait until the centre re-opens then call the Primary Care Centre’s telephone number and your call will be diverted to the Out of Hours service. You may be asked to attend Primary Care 24 at Kings Mills Hospital. Please do not abuse this service, it is for genuine emergencies.
Helping us to give you the best possible care
Our aim is to give you the highest possible standard of care. If you have any problems, Debbie Partlow, our Primary Care Centre Manager will be pleased to help you. If you have a complaint, you can speak to Debbie at anytime or pick up a patient satisfaction survey from reception.
We also like to know when we get things right and are happy for you to make any suggestions to improve our services.
We have a highly qualified team of staff who will ensure you get the right treatment and at a time to suit your needs.