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Welcome to Boroughbury Medical Centre.

Our aim is to provide excellent first class healthcare whilst maintaining traditional values.  We are an expanding teaching and research practice and we provide a wide range of services.  

We have a modern purpose built Surgery at our Craig Street Practice and also have a branch surgery at Church Street, Werrington.

The purpose of this web site is to provide to a wealth of useful information on all our services together with information of various health issues, along with links to other relevant medical organisations.


PLEASE HELP US TO HELP YOU - (click for details)

Our Mission, Vision and Values - (click for details)

Patient Charter (click for details)


FIGHT THE FLU – IT STARTS WITH YOU

STARTING SEPTEMBER 2017

*** NEW *** WALK-IN FLU VACCINATION CLINICS

No appointment necessary

Boroughbury Clinic Dates

Thursday 28th September – 2pm to 8pm

Thursday 5th October – 2pm to 8pm

 

Werrington Surgery Clinic Dates

Wednesday 27th September – 2pm to 5pm


*** NEW *** Children's Flu Vaccination Clinic

We will also be running a Children's Flu clinic at Boroughbury Medical Centre on

Saturday 28th October – 08:30am to 12:30pm

No appointment necessary

There will be fun and games for the children to enjoy


Do you need to get your Blood Pressure or Height and Weight checked? If so you can use our Health Monitor located in the BMC foyer (click for details)


We are taking part in The National Diabetes Prevention Programme (Healthier YOU)

Are you eligible?  What does this mean to you?  click to find out how Healthier You programme could work for you:  Find out more


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We gratefully acknowledge the Grant we have received from the Harry Cureton Charitable Trust in 2016, which has funded the purchase of a hand held ultrasound machine, ECG equipment, operating table and recovery couch


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(Site updated 22/09/2017)
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