St. Luke's Medical Centre

An NHS practice working with anthroposophic medicine

    

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St. Luke's offers free Chlamydia screening for the under 25's. Come to the practice to pick up a testing kit.

 

St. Luke's Medical Centre

53 Cainscross Road

Stroud

Glos.

GL5 4EX

Tel: 01453 763755

Fax: 01453 756573

 

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Also at:

10 Tuffley Lane

Gloucester

GL4 0DT

 

 

 

 

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"We aim to offer an excellent service grounded in the best of modern general medical practice and a living anthroposophic medicine"

 

Opening times

The reception office in Stroud  is open Mondays - Fridays from 08.00 - 18.00 for telephoning and from 08.45 - 18.00 for face to face contact.

 

Appointments

We have a range of morning and afternoon appointments available in Stroud and Tuffley.

If you feel your case is urgent and you need to be seen on the day please call as soon after 08.00 as possible. You will be put onto a list for the doctor to call back. The doctor will then telephone you. Depending on the nature of the problem they will either give advice on the phone, book you into an appointment later in the day or ask you to make a regular appointment.

 

Get the right treatment

It may not always be appropriate to see your GP. NHS Gloucestershire has published a guide to getting the right treatment, available here

Not an emergency? Then choose well

 

Out of hours care

If you need medical attention when the practice is closed please call the Out Of Hours service on 111. They will advise you on whether you need to be seen or deal with your query on the phone.

 

Routine appointments

The receptionists in Stroud will arrange all appointments for patients with doctors, practice nurse or midwife at both the Stroud and Tuffley surgeries.

For all medical appointments, telephone 01453 763755. 

For all therapy appointments, please contact the therapist directly.

 

Urgent appointments

If no appointment space is available but you feel you need to be seen immediately, the doctors will always fit you in  during, or at the end of, surgery. 

 

Home visits

If you are too ill to come in to the surgery and feel you need a home visit, please telephone the reception before 10.30 am.  The doctor will then contact you directly.

 

 

News update                                         

The newly formed Patient Participation Group has agreed an action plan with the practice following our latest patient survey - see the new Patient Participation Group page for details
Summary Care Record Update - We are due to go live with the SCR on the 15th April - see the Record Sharing page for more information
Spam emails from NICE

Please be aware that there are spam emails going around supposedly representing the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE)  informing members of the public that their blood test results show a possibility of cancer and to contact their GP asap.   NICE say:

'NICE is aware that a spam email is being sent to members of the public regarding cancer test results. Please be assured that this email is not from NICE and we are currently investigating its origin'.  'If you have received the email, do not open the attachments'.    'Updates will be made on the NICE website during the day and also via Twitter: @NICEComms'

Updated:

Health and Social Care Information Centre to collect and share confidential information from medical records - please see our Record sharing page for more information

Patient scam alert
Internet appointment booking, repeat prescription ordering and change of address form are now available - please see the Online Access page for further details                                       
 

                                      

 

 

 

St. Luke's Medical Centre 2006-2012