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Please see Practice Staff for details of staff vacancies.

Staff Training Dates for 2016:

The Surgery and Dispensary will close each month for staff training between 2pm and 4pm.  Cover for EMERGENCIES ONLY will be provided by the Out of Hours service. 

Thursday 16th June
Tuesday 19th July
Wednesday 17th August
Thursday 22nd September
Wednesday 19th October
Thursday 17th November
Tuesday 20th December


All set for Easter? 

Remember to get repeat prescriptions orders in to ensure you have the right medicines to see you through the Easter bank holiday weekend. 

Ordering and collecting new prescriptions can take several days. So, if you or someone you care for requires medicines regularly, please make sure you order and collect repeat prescriptions in good time to ensure you or your family have enough medicine to last over the Easter weekend.

And don’t forget to stock up on essential medicines so you can treat minor illnesses and injuries at home.  Medicine cabinet essentials include:

  • pain relief (paracetamol)
  • cough and sore throat remedies
  • upset stomach treatment
  • heartburn and indigestion treatment
  • first aid kit


To help managed the increased demand for GP appointments this winter, the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group have offered GP Practices in Cambridgeshire some additional funding during February and March.

St George's clinicians and reception staff have kindly agreed to work extra, and so we have been able to arrange some additional daytime and evening appointment slots during February and March.

For information on how to Register for Online Services click on Online Services under Quick Links.

We have a number of nurses working in the practice and we want you to see someone who is qualified to deal with your problem. 


 Before you make your appointment CLICK HERE to make sure you are seeing an appropriately trained nurse for your problem.  This will help us prepare for your visit.


steth_pills_diaryWe run all our surgeries by an appointment only system. Appointments can be booked by telephoning the surgery or attending in person.  You can also book (or cancel) appointments online from here or via the link above or from our home page. 

Each appointment is for 10 minutes.  If you are booking an appointment for a complex problem or bringing someone with you to help you, please consider making a double appointment.  You should also make a double appointment (twenty minutes for smear, travel vaccines or if you need two things done ie blood pressure and a blood test).

We offer some appointments two or three evenings a week, under the Extended Hours service.

Please do not book blood test appointments after 15:30 as the hospital transport will have left for the day and we have no other way of sending the specimens to the laboratory. 

The online service is currently under review with a view to offering more options for booking appointments.  If you cannot see the person you wish to book an appointment with, please telephone the surgery. 

We will do our best to make sure you see the doctor of your choice but if they are not available you may see another doctor.

Practice Nurses

In a number of cases it might be worth considering an appointment with a practice nurse rather than a doctor. Practice nurses are qualified to deal with many conditions and you may be seen more quickly.

Referrals - Choose & Book

We now offer 'Choose and Book', a computerised system designed to give you more choice over where and when you are seen.

You will be offered a choice of hospitals and the opportunity to book your appointment from the surgery, by telephone or online at your own convenience.

You also have the chance to change or cancel it later if you need to. Further details about the system can be found here or on a leaflet available from the surgery.


If you can not keep or no longer need an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.  We are now operating a new SMS text service to remind you that you have an appointment and the telephone number to call if you can not attend.

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