Welcome to Our Practice
Earle Road Medical Centre would like to welcome you to the surgery's website, which aims to provide you with a convenient way of finding out Practice news and information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
It contains complete information about all the services we offer. It also details how the Practice is organised and introduces our Doctors, other Medical and Administrative staff and describes their various responsibilities.
NHS Walk-in Centres will continue to operate daily between 8:00am–8:00pm, with the exception of the city centre one on Hanover Street. However, people need to call first on 0300 100 1004 to arrange an appointment.
You can also visit www.111.nhs.uk, or call NHS 111 if you don’t have online access, 24 hours a day.
Anyone with coronavirus symptoms - a high temperature or a new, continuous cough – who needs medical advice, should use the dedicated NHS 111 coronavirus service online at: www.111.nhs.uk/COVID-19. You should only call NHS 111 for this if you can’t get help online, as their phone lines are very busy at this time.
If someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk, people should call 999 immediately, especially if they think that they or someone else is having a heart attack or stroke – every second counts with these conditions.
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If you have travelled from Cambodia, China*, Hong Kong, Italy: north, Iran, Japan, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, Republic of Korea*, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, or Vietnam read the guidance on the link. Do NOT come to Earle Road Medical centre if you feel ill.
There is now a self-assessment website where you will be asked a series of questions with regards to your symptoms. Please use this if you think you have symptoms and follow the advice given to you before you contact 111 or the practice.
With the vaccine rollout in England now opened to those aged 25 and over, young frontline health workers have joined forces to make the facts clearer for young people and urge them to both get the vaccine when their turn comes and get tested regularly, even if they have no symptoms.Read More