58 Boxworth End, Swavesey, Cambridge, CB24 4RA
Telephone: 01954 230202
We are currently closed. In an emergency please call 999. If you have an urgent medical problem before 6pm please call the surgery to access the emergency contact. After 6pm or at weekends please call 111
Your GP practice is open and if you need to see your GP,
please ring us on 01954 230202
Appointment System :
ON-LINE BOOKING – Please see option details on the Patient Online tab
For users already registered for online access : SYSTMONLINE
If you are not registered for booking online please ring our main reception number on (01954) 230202 to book an appointment with a doctor or nurse.
Routine/non urgent appointments can be booked for up to 6 weeks in advance.
You can help us by:
To receive your appointment details/reminders via SMS messaging please let the receptionists know your mobile telephone number.
Extended GP Opening Hours in the evenings and at weekends
We can offer routine, pre-bookable appointments with a GP or nurse at other surgeries in Cambridgeshire which help you to be seen sooner – often on the same day.
You will be given a choice on when you would like to book your appointment and information on where to go.
How do you book?
You can book an appointment through Reception on 01954 230202 who will give you the time, date and venue for your appointment.
These are for non-urgent, routine appointments only. Services we can offer within the Extended Access are — GP Consultations
– Advanced Nurse Practitioner consultations
– Nurse appointments offering dressings, asthma and diabetes reviews, contraception reviews, etc
– Health Care Assistant appointments offering ear irrigation, wound care, blood test, etc
– Phlebotomy: Routine blood tests
Please note that your consent for our clinician to view your medical record will be required in order for an appointment to be booked for you.
If urgent care is required please call ‘111’ or go to 111 online for further advice. If your need is life threatening, please go to A&E or call 999.
For support with the management of minor ailments, please contact your local pharmacist or visit the NHS website.
Patients who cannot be seen
– Patients identified with a potentially life-threatening medical condition which required referral to urgent or emergency care settings
– Walk-in patients