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Protected Time. We will be closed between 12 noon and 5pm on:

July 16th – Thursday 

September 22nd – Tuesday 

October 21st – Wednesday 

November 26th – Thursday 

January (2016) 26th – Tuesday 

February 24th – Wednesday 

March 24th - Thursday 

If you need to see a doctor or require advice during this time please contact the new emergency number on 111

Please Note -

Due to the high volume of appointments not attended we have changed our policy for missed appointments - please ensure you are aware of this.  Full details available under policies on this website. 




Welcome to C M K Medical Centre

We are a busy urban practice consisting of ten GPs, 1 Registrar, a nurse Practitioner and four practice nurses with district nurses, health visitors and midwifery services. We work closely together for the benefit of the patients.

We believe that we provide a choice of personal care with a wide range of medical interests. In line with modern practices we use a comprehensive computer service which is now a key tool in patient care, record keeping, prescribing and preventative medicine.

We are a training practice which involves fully qualified doctors (registrars) working with us to become General Practitioners. Occasionally, we may also have medical students working alongside our doctors and at such times you will be asked permission for these professionals to be present during your consultation. You do, of course, have the right to refuse.


From the 5 January 2015 Practices have the option to register patients who live outside the designated contract boundaries. The option to register patients is a voluntary one, with each practice deciding on whether or not to offer the service.

This Practice has decided not to register patients who live outside the geographical catchment area. With the continuing development of housing within the catchment area and the subsequent increase in patient numbers, as well as new health and well-being services for our patients; we believe that it is in our patient’s best interests to use the resources we have to provide a good quality service within our locality. We are therefore unable to register patients or retain patients who do not live in our catchment under this scheme.

Julie Screen

Practice Manager.



If you have a high fever or temperature and have been travelling in West Africa, especially Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone or Nigeria in the last 21 days, please DO NOT ENTER THE HEALTH CENTRE.
Instead, telephone us and we will arrange for you to speak to a doctor to assess your case and plan further actions.

Thank you for your co-operation.


(Site updated 08/09/2015)
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