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Online Services

Access your Online Account

SystmOnline Apps  SystmOnline App

The SystmOnline app is available for Apple and Android devices. It can be downloaded free of charge from the relevant app store.

The app allows patients to manage any aspect of their healthcare all from one place. It offers much of the same functionality as the online service.

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To access your Online Account; you will need to collect your Account Username and Password from Reception first. This will require you to show some form of photo identification in person to our reception staff when you come to set up the login details for the account. 

Proxy Access may be given to parents/guardians of children under the age of 13 years old. Please note that due to conflicting GDPR regulations we do not do Online Access for patients between the ages of 13-16 years old. Access to all accounts will be suspended after the patient's 13th Birthday.

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Measham Medical Unit


Welcome to our website. We hope you find all the information you require.

You can order a repeat prescription or cancel and make appointments online by selecting Online Services at the top of the screen if you have signed up to use your Online Account at the Medical Unit.

Medical Unit Closed - Wednesday 23rd June

Afternoon Closure

Please be aware we will be closed for staff training for the afternoon for all general services; including the phone lines & Dispensary on from 1:00pm onwards and reopen as normal on Thursday 24th June.

If you require urgent medical advice then please call 111 or 999 for emergencies.

Over 18s Covid Vaccinations

We have now began inviting patients aged 18 and over for their Covid Vaccination. 

If you are aged over 18 and would like to book in for your Covid Vaccination, then please give us a call on 01530 270 933 if you wish to have your vaccination at the local hub in Measham. 

Please note that the Online Booking which is being offered will be at a National Vaccination Centre, not locally and you will need to return to the same centre for your second vaccination.

Flu Vaccinations for 50-64 year old's

We are now able to offer flu vaccinations to our patients aged between 50-64 years old. 

The jab will be available for patients aged 50-64 who would not normally be eligible for vaccination and also patients under 65 with conditions that make them eligible for vaccination each year. 

If you would like to book a vaccination then please call our appointments line on 01530 270 933.

For more information about the vaccination please visit:

Flu Vaccine - NHS

Covid-19 Enquiries

Contacting the Practice

We would like to manage your enquiry as quickly as possible so that we can effectively provide you with the care and treatment you need.

If you need to see a doctor or nurse for medical advice or treatment then please contact us on 01530 270667.

Citizens Advice

For all other non-health related enquiries relating to Covid-19 (e.g. social distancing, lockdown restrictions, furlough ect.) please contact the Citizens Advice Bureau by filling in a form available on their website or by telephone.

Citizens Advice Leicestershire

Website: Citizens Advice

Telephone: 0300 3302111

Flu Jab Appointments Now Available For Patients Over 65

Over 65's

We have started administering our first batch of flu vaccinations.

If you are 65 years of age and over and haven't yet had this seasons flu jab or received an invite for the vaccination, then please call the Medical Unit Appointment Line on 01530 270 933 and book an appointment if you would like to receive the vaccination. 

Under 65's - Vulnerable Patients

We will give further guidance and information on invitations and appointments to patients under 65 who are eligible for the vaccination in October; when we are expecting to receive our future batches of the vaccination. We will contact patients and provide any updates if the situation changes any sooner than October. If you are under 65 and usually have a flu jab each year and haven't heard anything by the end of October then please contact the Medical Unit.

Patients Aged Between 50 - 64

This year we will be able to offer for first time the flu jab to all patients over the age of 50. We are optimistic of being able to provide the vaccination to all patients between the age of 50 to 64, who do not have a chronic illness in November. We will provide more information and any updates on the availability of the vaccine closer to the time.

Face Masks and Coverings

Measham Medical Unit is asking all patients who have face to face appointments with any clinicians at the Medical Unit or anyone that needs to enter the building, to please bring their own face mask to wear whilst in the building.

Please click on the link below for any further information and government guidance regarding Face Coverings:

Gov Guidance: Face Coverings

Covid-19: Support for Mental Health

0116 295 3060

24 hour NHS Phone Support for all urgent mental health needs.

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust has launched the dedicated telephone line above for people of all ages to access urgent NHS mental health support.

For information and advice regarding non-urgent mental health support during the pandemic, visit: 

Covid-19: NHS Support for your Mental Health

Saturday Morning Closure

Due to the ongoing Coronavirus situation, the Medical Unit and Dispensary will remain closed on Saturday mornings until further notice.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Daily Meetings - Coronavirus

Please be advised that the practice is undertaking daily meetings to keep all staff updated, on a day to day basis regarding the Coronavirus.

You may not be able to access the Medical Unit or contact the practice via telephone when we are having our daily meetings between 8:15am - 8:30am and between 3:00pm - 3:15pm to discuss any updates regarding the Coronavirus. We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience in these difficult times.


NHS Coronavirus Advice

Social Distancing

Do your part to help the NHS. Just because the lock down rules are easing it doesn't mean you should stop social distancing.

To stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), you should avoid close contact with anyone you do not live with.

It's very important to do what you can to reduce the risk of you and other people getting ill with coronavirus.

You can spread the virus even if you do not have symptoms.

For further information on what you can do and what you can't do:

NHS Social Distancing Guidance

NHS Social Distancing and Changes to Everyday Life Advice

What is self-isolation?

Self-isolation is when you stay at home because you have or might have coronavirus (COVID-19).

This helps stop the virus spreading to other people.

Self-isolation is different to:

  • social distancing – general advice for everyone to avoid close contact with other people
  • shielding – advice for people at high risk to stay at home to avoid getting the virus

When to self-isolate

Self-isolate if:

  • you have any symptoms of coronavirus (a high temperature, a new, continuous cough or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste)
  • you're waiting for a coronavirus test result
  • you've tested positive for coronavirus – this means you have coronavirus
  • you live with someone who has symptoms, is waiting for a test result or has tested positive
  • someone in your support bubble has symptoms, is waiting for a test result or has tested positive

For further information:

NHS Self-Isolation Advice

Access to the Medical Unit - Coronavirus

Due to the current situation regarding the Coronavirus outbreak; we have decided to limit the access to the Medical Unit for the foreseeable future. We are asking patients to only present at the surgery if they have an appointment, a prescription to collect or a form or letter to collect.

If you do need to come in to the Medical Unit for whatever reason we will be screening all patients either over phone or at the main entrance.

We are encouraging patients to either contact us via telephone or use our online services if they want to book an appointment, have any queries or need to order a prescription.

Appointments Line: 01530 270 933

Enquiries Line: 01530 270 667

To register for Online Services please call our enquiries line; where one of our receptionists will issue you with a Username and Password for you to make appointments and order prescriptions online. 

Appointment Changes - Coronavirus

We have changed the way our appointments are being offered at the Medical Unit to help combat the spread of Coronavirus. 

We are currently trying to telephone triage all of our appointments where possible; this is including the appointments we offer with with the GPs, Nurses, Pharmacist and our Morning Clinic. Patients are only being asked to present at the surgery if they have had a phone call with a clinician first and if the clinician believes it is both necessary and safe for them to do so. All patients will be screened for possible coronavirus symptoms by either the receptionist or clinician, prior to them coming into the Medical Unit for their appointment.

We are currently going through our appointment list and changing all appointments where possible to a telephone triage appointment instead. Patients will be informed of the changes to their appointments either via phone call or text message. 

The Medical Unit asks all patients to call the appointments line on 01530 270933 if they need to make an appointment; alternatively patients can call the enquiries line on 01530 270 667 if they would like to register for online services, where patients are able to book appointments and order prescriptions online.


Health Portal

Health Portal

We Have Extended Our Boundaries


In order to allow patients increased choice of GP Surgery access; we have extended our boundaries to accept patients from Ashby-De-La-Zouch, Blackfordby, Moira and some parts of Overseal. 

This is with the agreement and to support a neighbouring practice.

C82017 Patient Registration Area


Enhanced Summary Care Records


If you are registered with a GP practice in England you will have a Summary Care Record and therefore will be able to sign up to an Enhanced Summary Care Record, unless you have previously chosen to opt out.

This can include details of illnesses and health problems, past operations and vaccinations, treatment preferences, information about the kind of support needed, and who should be contacted if more information is required.

Staff in hospitals do not routinely have access to individual’s GP medical records. By consenting to an Enhanced Summary Care Record we can all help hospital staff treat us more quickly and effectively. It only takes a couple of minutes to complete the form but it could end up saving your life.

Please encourage your family and friends to sign up too. You can download the consent form here and then return the completed form to the Medical Unit reception.

This can help the staff involved in your care make better and safer decisions about how best to treat you.


Before Booking a GP Appointment

NHS Signposting

Before booking an appointment with a GP, ask yourself these three questions:

Can I?

  1. Self-care
  2. Use NHS Choices or similar reputable websites/resources
  3. Seek advice/treatment via a pharmacist

When attempting to book an appointment to see a GP/Nurse Practitioner, you may have our receptionists ask you questions in an attempt to signpost you in the right direction to avoid any unnecessary appointment bookings.

Often patients ask for an appointment with the GP/Nurse Practitioner when sometimes another Health Care Professional or source could deal with the problem more appropriately.


Extended Access Appointments


You can now see a GP or other Healthcare professionals during:

  • Weekday Mornings:             7.00am – 8.30am
  • Weekday Evenings:             18.00pm – 22.00pm
  • Saturdays & Sundays:         10.00am – 16.00pm


To book an appointment, please call the Medical Unit on 01530 270 667. You may be able to get an appointment on the same day if required.


Depending on your individual circumstances and symptoms, we may offer you an ‘extended access’ appointment.

Please note however, that these appointments will not be in your usual GP practice and may not be with one of your usual GPs or nurses.

Depending on the reason for your appointment, and if you are in agreement, it may be suitable for you to see an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, instead of a GP.

The clinician you see will be able to access relevant sections of your medical notes and will communicate what has happened during your appointment back to your usual GP practice.


These appointments will be available at the following locations:


  • Loughborough Urgent Care Centre at Loughborough Community Hospital
  • Coalville Community Hospital
  • Hinckley and Bosworth Community Hospital


If you would like to know more please speak to a member of practice staff.


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(Site updated 22/06/2021)

Contact Details

Measham Doctors

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01530 270667
01530 270933
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