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phone issues

We are currently experiencing issues with our telephone service, we are working with our telephone provider to try and get this fixed as quickly as possible.

Please be patient with our staff, they are working hard to make sure everyone gets the help they need. 

New Surgery Opening 12th July 2021

We will be opening from our new surgery on 12th July 2021.  Our new address will be Quayside House, Quay Street, Gloucester, GL1 2TZ (Located next to the old Gloucester prison). The new building is within easy walking distance from the city centre, has free patient parking, lifts and a pharmacy. Our new premises will provide us with much needed extra space to enable us to offer more services to our patients.

To access the free patient car park please drive onto Barrack Square which is behind the surgery and runs alongside the old prison just off the Royal Oak Road (please see mapby clicking on the link below.

Quayside House Map

We have changed our name!

To tie in with the move to our new premises, From the 1st March 2021 we have changed our name from Gloucester City Health Centre to Severnside Medical Practice. We feel this new name will be very fitting at our new location from July at the side of the river Severn. Our amazing team will not have changed and will be busy preparing to continue our services to you from our new location.

contact your doctors online and get a response by the end of the next working day

Welcome to Severnside Medical Practice

 

Gloucester City is one of the longest established Health Centres in the County. The Health Centre has been continuous since the turn of the century. Originally housed in Ladybellgate Street, it was relocated to its present site in 1970.

The Practice is located on the perimeter of Gloucester Park adjacent to the Rikenel which houses the 2gether NHS Foundation Trust.

A Pharmacy is located within the Health Centre and Disabled access is provided.  

In Early 2021 we will be relocating to a new building adjacent to the old Gloucester prison.

If you are ill or injured and are not sure where to turn, you can download the ASAP mobile phone App (ASAP Glos NHS) from the App store or search the ASAP website: www.asapglos.nhs.uk. Alternatively, call NHS 111.

GCHC Practice Leaflet 2018.pdf

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