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Free Home Delivery of Medicines.

If you are unable to collect your medicines from

the dispensary we may be able to deliver them straight to your door at no extra charge (terms and conditions apply). Please speak to the dispensary team.

New Urgent Care Services

For non-life threatening minor injuries or illnesses that need treatment on the day visit the St Luke's Treatment Centre, our staff will be happy to help! Walk-in or call the surgery on 01858 464242 for your appointment slot.


Screening Services

Public Health England has been established to protect and improve the nation's health and wellbeing and to reduce inequalities; don’t miss out ask your doctor if in doubt!

There are three NHS cancer screening programmes; Breast Screening, Cervical Screening and Bowel Cancer Screening Programme.Bowel Cancer Screening Information

Changes to prescribing at this surgery 

We are promoting the use of over the counter medication for selfcare as an alternative to prescribing by your GP. This is because they are available to buy in pharmacies and supermarkets at a much lower cost. Please do not be offended if we ask you to buy these medicines. There are exemptions to these changes - for more information please visit  NHS East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group :

The medications include:    Cough mixtures, Coldsore treatment, Colic drops, Paracetamol and Ibuprofen for simple short term conditions, Antifungal nail treatment, Antacids for indigestion, Antihistamines for hayfever, Medicated shampoo, Sunscreen, Mouthwash and mouth ulcer treatment,Creams, gels and rubs for muscular discomfort, Travel vaccinations, Herbal remedies

It costs the NHS approximately three times more to prescribe these medicines than it does to buy them over the counter.

This is your NHS - please use it wisely.

Access The Online Appointment System

Appointments at Market Harborough Medical Centre

List holder GP appointments will open up 3 days in advance (60% will open for early booking up to 4 weeks in advance).

Salaried GP appointments will open up 2 days in advance (20% will open for early booking up to 4 weeks in advance).

Registrar GP appointments will open up 1 day in advance.

Urgent (Same Day) Appointments

Please contact us as soon as possible after 8:00am if you have a problem requiring urgent medical attention.

We offer an urgent Minor Illness service each day 8:30am to 12:00pm and 1:30pm to 5:30pm at St Lukes Treatment Centre, Market Harborough. This service, which is by appointment only, is operated by specially trained nurses, supported by a GP.

Nurses take telephone calls for routine queries. If you need to book a telephone appointment with a specialist nurse you will be given a time to ring back.

Routine (Non-Urgent) Appointments

If you require an appointment with a doctor or nurse you may call in to the practice or contact us by telephone to book your appointment (01858 464242). Patient Access - enables appointments to be made via the internet.  In order to have access to this you will need to register.  Call in person to reception with a form of photo identification (passport, driver's licence).

You will see your own doctor wherever possible, so that you receive the best continuity of care. If your doctor is away on leave, you will be offered an appointment with another doctor.

Doctors take telephone calls for routine enquiries. These calls are taken between consultations and therefore must be kept brief. If you need to book a telephone appointment with your doctor you will be given a time to ring back.

If you require an appointment with a nurse, please contact the practice either in person or by telephone.

All blood tests and urine samples must have been requested by a doctor or nurse from the practice.

We send out appointment reminders by text message : please inform us if you do not wish to receive these. 


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