During January and February 2017 additional appointments will be available to help ease Winter pressures.
Dr Andrew T Wainwright, Dr Christopher Ellis, Dr Peter Walters, Dr Selva Annamalai, Dr Sophie Bell, Dr Sheila Matthews, Dr Angeli Maye & Dr Corina Popa
As of May 2015 all patients (including children) have been allocated a named accountable GP
|Queensway Medical Centre
|Telephone no: 01933 420777
|Fax no: 01933 672468
Friends and Family Test
The NHS Friends and Family Test information is now available at the Surgery. The information cards are available in the front foyer entrance, plus a posting box for patients completed forms.
We now offer the facility to book your appointments, order your repeat prescriptions, change your personal details, and view your medical summary, medications, allergies and any adverse reactions.
To use this method we must first issue you with a password.
Please call the surgery or enquire at the reception desk for details, or click here to download instructions on how to register.
EMIS Access - click here for online services
Staff Training 2016/17
The surgery will close at 12.30pm for Staff Training on the following days of 2016/17.
|For emergency help after 12.30pm please contact
the out of hours service available by dialing 111
This website has been designed to tell you about the practice and the services that we offer along with some useful tips and telephone numbers. Please read it carefully. We trust that you will find it helpful and informative.
We ensure that all patients will be greeted in a friendly manner and be treated with courtesy and respect by the Practice Staff. The Practice aims to provide a high quality service that is accessible to all patients.
The practice covers Wellingborough plus an approximate radius of five miles from the medical centre. The surgery comprises twelve consulting rooms, four nurse treatment rooms and a fully equipped minor surgery room with adjacent recovery room.
The practice is fully computerised, enabling us to cover a wide range of services such as repeat prescriptions and the most up-to-date health information.
The practice aims to provide a high quality service that is easily accessible to all patients.
All the medical centre doors are wide enough to admit wheelchairs and there are disabled toilets available. Please ask someone to call a member of staff to help if you have difficulty. There are disabled spaces provided in the car park and a wheelchair is kept in the surgery should this be required.