Barn Close Surgery is an NHS general medical practice committed to delivering modern, high quality general practice to the local community from our well equipped surgery in the heart of Broadway village.
Our doctors, nurses and all our other staff are dedicated to offering a professional service and this surgery website will help us to keep all our patients up to date with news and information about our practice. We will keep it current with any developments or other details that we feel are relevant to you.
Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you like. We can use your ideas to improve our online services and further develop the content of this site.
***IMPORTANT PATIENT INFORMATION***
It has come to our attention that the organisation "Pharmacy2u" may have used the practice's name on its marketing material. Please note, the practice does not utilise, promote, engage with, or otherwise have any dealings with Pharmacy2u, and furthermore has not given, nor has been asked for consent for the practice name to appear on any advertising material.
CAR PARK INFORMATION
Please can patients used utmost care and consideration in the car park. In the last few weeks, we have had staff cars hit in the car park by patients. One doctor's car was hit twice in consecutive days. We are not obliged to provide parking for patients, so it is important to use the spaces responsibly.
Please do NOT block in any other car.
Please do NOT block the rear entrance to the building - Ambulances need emergency access at ALL times.
DO NOT block the car park or the entry lane when "dropping patients" off.
Once your visit to the practice has finished then please leave promptly and do not use the car park whilst visiting the Post Office/Pharmacy/Coffee Shop.
Use other means of transport if possible - walk or cycle. There is a cycle rack on the right hand side of the car park
If a patient damages another car, then please make this known to reception, and the appropriate action will be taken.
Debit Card Machine now available
We have now installed a Debit Card machine for Chip and Pin and Contactless payments at the dispensary.
This will hopefully make all transactions easier. Please use our dispensary if you are elligible to do so. If you are not sure, then please just ask.
Generally, if you live in any of the surrounding villages then we are allowed to dispense your medication.
New Surgery News!
Thankyou to all our patients and local residents who attended the public consultation regarding the New barn Close Surgery at the Lifford Hall on the 1st February 2018. It was a massive success. We asked for attendees to complete a comments slip and these were overwhelmingly positive. We had 438 slips returned. Out of those 426 confirmed support for the project, 6 people did not support it and 6 people did not confirm a choice of whether they supported it or not. Overall 98.6% of people who responded were supportive of the project.
For those who did not manage to make the event, please click on the link below to have a look at the plans.
A massive thankyou for your on-going support. We are desperate to ensure a future for a GP Practice in Broadway and it is only by moving to a new premises that this can be ensured.
New BCS Plans
On-line booking of appointments and ordering prescriptions
You can now book appointments and order prescriptions online. At present they are two different systems so you will need a login and password for both. You will need to have already registered at the surgery to use this service.
Please CLICK HERE for Online Repeat Prescription Ordering
Please CLICK HERE for Online Booking of Appointments
You can download the consent form by clicking on the link below. Please remember to bring photo ID when you return the form to reception.
Patient Access Consent .pdf
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING EMAILS
Please DO NOT request medical advice or try to contact or pass any information to any of the doctors via any forms/email addresses that you may find on this website.
The GPs have made a decision not to deal with any medical queries or information requests for medical advice via email. This is because confidentiality cannot be guaranteed and there is no way of knowing when an email will be read.
If you need medical advice or if you need to give information to your GP, then please make an appointment to see your doctor.
(Site updated 15/10/2018)