Sawston Medical Centre, Linton Health Centre, Barley Surgery
Market Hill Surgery & Shelford Health Centre
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Sawston Medical Centre, Linton Health Centre, Barley Surgery, Market Hill Surgery & Shelford Health Centre

Granta Medical Practices welcome the government’s review of face-to-face appointments as patient facing consultations are an important part of General Practice.

We have been seeing patients throughout the pandemic and continue to do so.

Last week we achieved:-

patient facing consultations
telephone consultations
email consultations

And our reception team answered 3,327 telephone calls*

*this figure does not include direct calls made into different departments

Granta Medical Practices is a Primary Care Network (PCN) with locations at Sawston Medical Centre, Linton Health Centre, Barley Surgery
Market Hill Surgery & Shelford Health Centre.

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If one of our clinicians test positive for COVID-19 we may need to cancel your pre-booked appointment at short notice. We apologise in advance if this affects you or a member of your family. If you have a pre-booked appointment and do not hear from us please assume that your appointment is going ahead as normal.

We understand that this situation is frustrating. Please be patient and kind and bear with us as appointments and clinics are disrupted. It is not the fault of our receptionists so please do not verbally abuse them.

If you need to come into any of our surgeries and have respiratory symptoms (coughs, wheezing, etc.) please continue to wear a facemask / face covering, if tolerated. This is for the safety of our other patients, our staff and our community. Clinicians seeing these patients will wear masks as part of their personal protective equipment (PPE).

If you are Covid-19 positive please do not come into any of our buildings, unless absolutely necessary / specifically invited in by a clinician.

Patients without respiratory symptoms or who are Covid-19 negative no longer need to wear facemasks when coming in for an appointment, unless this is their personal preference.

Do you have a query about COVID-19 or COVID-19 vaccinations? Click here for our Frequently Asked Questions.

Click here for some hints and tips to help you help yourself and in turn help us and the NHS.

We are changing the way we review our patients with Long Term Conditions (LTC’s). Click here to read more.