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8.00am - 6.30pm Monday - Friday.

This excludes Bank Holidays and Training Days

The Practice will be Closed on the following afternoons for training from 12.30pm  

Dates 2020

Wed 15th January 

Wed 12th February

Wed 11th March

Wed 22nd April

Wed 13th May

Wed 17th June

Wed 15th July

Wed 12th August

Wed 16th September

Wed 14th October

Wed 11th November

Please contact 111 if you need to see a doctor while we are closed



We are currently accepting new patients. Please allow 1 week for us to process your application.

How to Register

register_now_blue_signWe welcome new patients living within our practice boundary. To register please request a new patient registration pack we will  require you to have confirmation of your address preferably in the form of a bank statement for the last three months and photographic identification such as a passport or driving licence in order to register. We will then give you the forms to complete whilst you are in the surgery and give straight back to the receptionist.  You are welcome to book an appointment with one of our Health Care Assistants for a new patient check. Ask our reception team.

Patients moving into the area for a short while, that is less than 3 months, are able to register as a temporary resident and all patients who require 'immediate and neccessary' treatment are able to be seen at the practice.

The practice boundary extends to Barrack Road/Kingsthorpe Road on the east and Bedford Road to the south and includes the following Northampton districts:

  • Abington
  • Abington Vale
  • Bellinge
  • Blackthorn
  • Ecton Brook
  • Great Billing (Check with reception as we do not cover all areas including Billing Aquadrome & Billing Garden Village)
  • Goldings
  • Kingsley Park
  • Moulton (Some Areas)
  • Overstone Lodge
  • Rectory Farm
  • Round Spinney
  • Rushmere
  • Southfields
  • Weston Favell

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