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Welcome to Bradley Stoke Surgery

With patient’s needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register , you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations. 

Improved Access to General Practice

We are working together with other local practices to offer more appointments in the early morning, evening or at weekends.  Speak to a member of the practice team to find out more.

Evening,  Saturday Morning and Friday Morning Appointments

Bradley Stoke Surgery is open Monday to Thursdays between 08:30 and 19:30 and on Saturdays between 8:30 and 11:30 with a GP, Nurse and Healthcare Assistant for routine, pre-bookable appointments only.  The surgery is also open on Friday mornings between 07:30 and 18:30.  On Fridays the appointments between 7:30 and 8:30 will be routine, pre-bookable appointments only with a GP and Healthcare Assistant only.

Patients registered at the surgery can book an appointment to see a GP or nurse or HCA on weekday evenings (after 18:30) or at weekends on Saturday mornings. On Saturdays, patients will be offered appointments at Bradley Stoke Surgery or at other participating surgeries in the local area and their patients can also be seen at Bradley Stoke Surgery.  Patients will be asked for their feedback to evaluate the service. 

Appointments can be made by calling Reception on 01454 616262

Urgent appointments at the weekends will continue to be provided via NHS 111 who then refer onwards to Brisdoc, the Out of Hours service, which is manned by GPs.

Why have an NHS Health Check?

Why should I have an NHS Health Check?

Anyone can be at risk of developing heart disease, stroke, diabetes, kidney disease and some forms of dementia. These can be referred to as vascular disease. The good news is that these conditions can often be prevented, even if you have a history of them in your family.

Everyone between the ages of 40 and 74 (except people who have already been diagnosed with one of these conditions or have certain risk factors) will be invited to a free NHS Health Check every five years. You do not have to wait to be invited, if you qualify you can book your NHS Health Check Appointment at Reception now 

Have your check and you will be able to take steps to maintain or improve your health.

For more information:   

Named Accountable GP for all Patients

All patients have a named GP who is responsible for patients' overall care at the practice.  If you wish to know who this is, please contact the practice.  The named accountable GP will take lead responsibility for the coordination of all services required under the contract and ensure they are delivered for their patients where required (based on the clinical judgment of the named accountable GP).  Although patients have a named accountable GP, they can see any GP in the practice.

“Self-care week resources”

Please see the below link for more information:

Repeat prescriptions

Please click on repeat prescription  tp order a repeat prescription online. (Please note due to patient confidentiality if you have lost or forgotten your password (even the prescription password) you will need to come to the surgery to reset your registration details for the online services.)

Stop Norovirus Spreading 

Norovirus,  is the most common stomach bug in the UK, affecting people of all ages.  It is highly contagious and is transmitted by contact with contaminated surfaces, an infected person, or consumption of contaminated food or water.  The symptoms of norovirus are very distinctive - people often report a sudden onset of nausea followed by projectile vomiting and watery diarrhoea.  Good hand hygiene is important to stop the spread of the virus.

People are advised to:

Wash their hands thoroughly using soap and water and drying them after using the toilet, before preparing food and eating.

Not rely on alcohol gels as these do not kill the virus.

An infection with norovirus is self-limiting and most people will make a full recovery in 1-2 days.  It is important to keep hydrated - especially children and the elderly.

Do not visit either A&E or GPs with symptoms as this may spread the virus.

Further information and advice is available from NHS 111, including an online symptom checker at

National Diabetes Audit

We are taking part in an important national project about diabetes care and treatment with the NDA.  The type of information, and how it is shared, is controlled by law and enforced by strict rules of confidentiality and security.  Taking part in the NDA shows that we are committed to improving care for people with Diabetes.  If you do not want your information to be used, please inform the receptionist, your GP or nurse.  This will not affect your care.  More information is available - please see the NDA patient information leaflet.

Active Ageing Support 


(Site updated 15/03/2018)
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