Welcome to The Hawthorn Medical Centre
We are running bookable Flu clinics if you are still yet to have your vaccination, please ask at reception.
Child nasal flu for children born between 1st September 2014 and 31st August 2016 Please ask at reception
If your child has missed the nasal flu at school, please contact 0333 321 9838 and the email is VCL.WiltshireSchoolImms@nhs.net. We cannot give it at the surgery.
HAWTHORN MEDICAL CENTRE - PRIVACY NOTICE
It is important that our patients understand how data that we store is processed at the practice. Please click on this link for our Privacy Notice.
Hawthorn Privacy Notice
LATEST CQC REPORT - MARCH 2018
We are delighted to announce that Hawthorn was inspected on 20th March 2018 and we received a GOOD rating in all areas of the services that we provide. See the report hereHawthorn CQC report
It was announced on 8th March 2018 that Hawthorn is working with 6 other practices in Swindon to improve the quality of care to over 75,000 patients.
The Wyvern Health Partnership incorporates Hawthorn Medical Centre, Merchiston Surgery, Kingswood Surgery, Lawn Medical Centre, Ridgeway View Family Practice, Old Town Surgery and Priory Road Medical Centre. The aim is to work closely together to develop services, share best practices and collaborate on initiatives.
We have a Questions and Answers which should answer any queries you may have.
ORDER YOUR REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS VIA TELEPHONE
Patients can order their repeat prescriptions over the telephone via a convenient service called Prescription Ordering Direct (POD). All it takes is a quick and simple telephone call - there is no need to go into your GP practice or your pharmacy to order your medication.
Please telephone 01793 683755.
For more information about this service, click on the leaflet above.
SHARING YOUR INFORMATION WITH OTHER HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS
We will be asking every patient if they are happy to share their medical record with other users of they same clinical system. This is for the purpose of giving you the correct treatment if you attend a walk in centre or other healthcare provider. (Please see PDF link at bottom of the page entitled our practice leaflet)
OUT OF HOURS ASSISTANCE
If you feel you need to see a doctor urgently and the practice is closed please dial NHS 111. Do this by dialling 111 from your handset.
If you need medical help please CHOOSE WELL. This is a campaign to encourage everyone to get the most appropriate help. Please remember that a pharmacist may be able to help with minor ailments and A&E is for accidents and emergencies only.
Download our Practice Leaflet
(Site updated 12/11/2018)