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Both our sites will be closed on Monday 25th May 2015, and re-open Tuesday 26th May 2015 at 8.30am.  During this time our phones will be diverted to our emergency service NEMS, or you can ring NHS free phone number 111.


 We are situated in the heart of Nottingham, working from two sites, Radford Health Centre and also the Student Health Centre for Nottingham Trent University. 

Our mission is to provide the highest level of health care possible to our whole patient population, ensuring that care is specific to individual needs, that patients are all treated equally, and with dignity and respect, by a suitably skilled, movitated team.   

Our website is full of useful information about us, and other topics, please take the time to browse our site.   If we have not answered any of your queries on here please do not hesitate to contact the surgery where a member of our team will be more than happy to help.


  Sexual Health Drop In Clinic

We are currently holding a "Drop In Clinic" on a Wednesday morning between 10.00am and 12.00noon ( Please note, this replaces our Monday evening session), This is for students that are registered with the Student Health Centre and are under 25 years of age.  It is run by our Practice Nurse who will be able to give advice, offer sexual health screening and also "C card" (condoms). 

 Please note we only offer this service whilst the University is open (term time).

For anyone needing more information regarding Sexual Health, please see the link below.



Online Prescriptions

Important: We have changed the system for ordering Repeat Prescriptions. Learn More....


GMS / PMS 2014-15 Contractual Requirement for Patient online Service


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