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Practice Area

Interactive Map and Post Code Checker


List of Villages within the Practice Area for new registering patients:


Appleby Magna







Clifton Campville



Little Orton



Newton Burgoland

Newton Regis

No Mans Heath

Norton Juxta Twycross






Stretton En-Le-Field





Consent Forms for Medical Record Access

If you wish for someone else (i.e a relative) to be able to discuss your medical records, including being given access to your test results & appointment information you will need to complete a consent form for this.

You can either collect a form from reception; complete sign and return it to us or you can download the document below; print, complete, sign and send in to us so that we can update your records and discuss any information from your medical records with a third party.

The form also contains your contact preferences, carer details (if applicable) and details of your Next of Kin for completion to help us provide the best possible care for you.

Next of Kin

Your medical next of kin is someone you nominate to receive information about your medical care. If you have not chosen a next of kin, it will usually be assumed to be a close blood relative, spouse or civil partner. They will be kept informed about your care.

Temporary Registrations

If you are unwell while away from home and your own GP Surgery isn't able to help over the telephone or if you are not registered anywhere else but need emergency treatment, we are able to offer you a temporary registration for 14 days.  You will remain registered at your own surgery during this time. After 14 days you will automatically be removed from our system, but this can be extended if required.

If you are within a reasonable distance from your own surgery, we would ask you seek medical care there.

Please note we do not offer temporary registrations for repeat prescriptions only for patients who are registered at a GP practice in England. Prescriptions can be sent by your own GP surgery to a local chemist electronically. You will need the name and address of the chemist where you would like the prescription to be sent. The chemist in Measham is:

Dean and Smedley

91 High Street 



DE12 7HZ

Please note we are unable to accept electronic prescriptions at our Dispensary. 

Non English Speakers

These fact sheets have been written to explain the role of UK health services, the National Health Service (NHS), to newly-arrived individuals seeking asylum. They cover issues such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register and how to access emergency services.

Special care has been taken to ensure that information is given in clear language, and the content and style has been tested with user groups.

Open the leaflets in one of the following languages:

Disabled Facilities

At the Medical Unit disabled access is provided by ramps to the front and rear doors of the Unit. The front doors open automatically. A disabled parking space is provided at the nearest position to these doors. Companions of patients with limited mobility can collect a wheelchair from the entrance of the Unit to help the patient into the surgery.

There is a disabled toilet, though not quite up to the latest standards.