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Important changes to our opening hours

From 1st April 2019 the surgery will open from 8:00am daily. 



You can now book a limited number of GP appointments via the website. Please ask at reception for your password, for those already requesting prescriptions on-line it is the same password.


Extended Access and Appointment choices

Along with 5 of our neighbouring practices (Macklin Street Surgery, Wellside & Charnwood Medical Practice, Friargate Surgery and Derwent Medical Practice), we are working together to provide greater access and additional appointments to our patients.  Please see the Appointments tab for further details.



The Surgery will be closed for staff training in the afternoon on:

Wednesday 20th November 2019 - 13:00


Extended Access and Appointment choices

Derby City Primary Care Ltd comprises of 6 GP surgeries across Derby City, including:

    • Charnwood Surgery

    • Derwent Medical Centre

    • Friar Gate Surgery

    • Macklin Street Surgery

    • Osmaston Surgery

    • Wilson Street Surgery

The Federation is offering extended access appointments to its combined 70,000 patient population. The pilot scheme will support the surgeries in providing additional appointments that are more accessible for all our patients.

All extended access services are provided at Wellside Medical Centre, 3 Burton Road, Derby, DE1 1TH

We operate 7 days a week:-

Monday-Friday 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Appointments are bookable on the day.

Saturdays        8:00am to 12noon. Appointments can be pre-booked one week in advance.

Sundays           9:30am to 12.30pm. Appointments can be pre-booked one week in advance.

How do I access the service?

The provision of this service is only available to patients who are registered with one of the 6 surgeries within Derby City Primary Care.

Appointments are made via the patient’s own GP surgery and are available to patients who are unable to access appointments during normal surgery hours or when surgery appointments are fully booked.

What conditions can be treated?

The hubs are designed to treat patients with acute minor ailments who require a face-to-face clinical assessment in order to be treated appropriately. It will be primarily GP & Nurse Practitioner appointments.

Patients who cannot be seen:

    • Babies under 12 weeks old

    • Pregnancy-related problems

    • Chronic disease or long-term condition management that requires continuity of care

    • Severe mental health problems

    • Patients identified with a potentially life-threatening medical condition which requires referral to urgent or emergency care settings

    • Walk-in patients

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