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Gardening Sessions - 12 noon every Tuesday at Redgate and Thursday at Somerset Bridge

Walking Group 12.30 - 2 pm, alternate Wednesday's (details at reception)

Foot Massage, every Tuesday morning at Redgate

Singing group - 11 am every Tuesday, Stockmoor Lodge Care Home, Nokoto Drive, Bridgwater

Walking Football - every Wednesday 12 noon at Bridgwater YMCA

Baby Massage - every Tuesday 1 - 2 pm at Redgate

Menopause Matters Drop-In sessions - every Tuesday evening from 6 pm (starting November 2019)

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Appointments    01278 454560 We are able to offer a comprehensive range of appointments. All appointments can be booked by ringing our main switchboard number on 01278 454560.  By providing the receptionist with adequate information, they will then be able to offer you an appointment with the most appropriate clinician.

Same Day Access Appointments are available to anyone who needs to be seen urgently on the day they contact the surgery. Appointments will be offered with our Duty Team (Doctor and Nurse Practitioners). You can also request a telephone consultation with a member of the Duty Team. He or she will ring you within a specified time on the telephone number you have given.

Routine Appointments If your condition is non-urgent.  Routine appointment are available to book up to 6 weeks in advance with a Doctor of your choice.

Please let us know if more than one person in your family needs to be seen so we can give you a longer appointment if necessary. Tell us if you want someone to accompany you during an examination or a private room to discuss any matters. 

If blood or other tests are required, please tell the receptionist as we need to ensure these samples are taken in the morning to enable them to go to the hospital for processing the same day


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