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For all administrative queries including, letters, set up electronic prescribing & access to records and to consult a doctor/nurse get in touch HEREeconsu;t

Welcome to Larkshall Medical Centre



Face to face consultations:

We look forward to seeing you in surgery with our doctors, nurses and health care assistants. We also have pharmacist, physiotherapist and mental health Practitioner seeing patients in the surgery keeping healthcare close to home. If  it is more convenient for you, you can also access healthcare from home or work by online consultations and video and telephone consultations.

If you during the day does not suit you we can also arrange evening and weekend appointments. 

Online Services & Electronic Consultations:


Extension to fit notes, non NHS letters requests

Please arrange for prescription requests to be done online by electronic prescribing. Please click on prescriptions tab tab to login or register for your account or please ask our receptionists for details.


If you need to get in touch please use E-Consult or go to our contact details page and scroll down to see that you can feedback/get in touch. We will assist with your query.  

Call us on Telephone 02085246355, or come to see us reception is open 5 days  a week 8 am to 6:30 pm and we do not close for lunch.


Please find information about a new developments in accessing your future medical records

Access to records

Please find attached information about downloading and installing the NHS APP

NHS APP Start guide

Please find below consent for to confirm your understanding of Access to Records and the implications. We can also send you a text message to complete the consent and confirm understanding electronically. Please just submit an e-consult and we will send this to you.

Application Form for access

For assistance with abbreviations used by healthcare professionals see the link below

Our website

We endevour to have the information on this website up to date. If you notice inaccuracies or have any suggestions please go to Contact us and submit a form.

(Site updated 31/10/2023)
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