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Flu Clinic appointments are now available for booking for eligible patients.  Please see our Flu Vaccination page for clinic dates and more information.

Our telephone number is 01773 304700


"Couldn't get an appointment!!" During September 2019 EPCC had a total of 120 GP & 225 Nursing appointments wasted due to patients not cancelling their appointments. Please contact the surgery to cancel your appointment if you no longer need it.

Did you know that you can book Dr's appointments, order repeat medication & view your medical record online. If you have not already registered for this service speak to a receptionist to register for online access. Proof of ID will be required.

You can now book routine GP, Nurse & HCA appointments in the evening, at weekends & over bank holidays in the local area.To book an appointment, contact the surgery during normal opening hours.*This may take place at another GP practice in the area*

If you need advice or to see a doctor when the surgery is closed please call 111. Calls are free.


We have extremely big hearted GPs, though a little wacky!!!  Three of them have very kindly decided to raise money for Eastwood Memory Cafe with a totally amazing challenge.  I would be really grateful if you could share this with anyone and everyone you know, so we can hopefully reach the target set. 


Please see the following link:


In order to support the amazing work of Eastwood Memory Cafe; we have set ourselves the challenge of collectively running the equivalent distance of Eastwood to The Pyramids of Giza, 2200 miles, by the end of 2018 and would love to raise the same number in £s - £2200!!!

Please support this fabulous charity which makes such a difference to those affected by dementia in our local area.

Feel free to keep nagging us to get those running miles in. We will give monthly updates with progress toward our target!

Dr Atkinson, Dr Scullard and Dr Homer


Eastwood Primary Care Centre

Church Street Medical Centre and Church Walk Surgery merged to form Eastwood Primary Care Centre on 31st May 2018. We are both long established GP Practices and have worked collaboratively for many years now.

Church Street site is the Urgent Care Centre for issues that require attention on the day. Church Walk site is the Planned Care Centre for pre-bookable routine appointments.

Staff from both practices will be working across both sites.

We run many clinics on site for  patients with chronic illnesses such as Diabetes, Asthma and COPD. In the community we are supported by Community Heart Failure Nurses, COPD Nurses, Community Matrons and End of Life nurses.

We are fortunate to have an Ultrasound scan service, a Specialist Pain clinic, a Gynaecology Clinic, a Counselling service and also a Memory and Dementia clinic operating from the premises.

We also offer a wide variety of other medical services such as antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood and travel vaccinations, contraceptive implants and coils, joint injections and well-person check-ups.

Practice Information Booklet

Practice Newsletter August 2019

Training Practice

GP Training

Trainees and Medical Students

As a training practice we are involved in the teaching and training of doctors at different stages of their careers. These are GP Registrars. They are qualified doctors who are engaged in their Postgraduate Training Programme with us at Eastwood Primary Care Centre.

When seeing one of these doctors, you may be asked for your consent to video the consultation. This is part of the doctors’ training and is only ever used for teaching and training purposes.

We are also involved in Medical Student teaching. As part of their training, they are required to see patients. If you agree to see a Medical Student, they are supervised by a GP from the practice who will oversee your treatment.

You can now book routine GP and Nurse appointments in the evening, at weekends and over bank holidays in your local area.

Pre-bookable appointments are available in the week at 6.30pm-8pm, plus weekends and bank holidays and you can be seen by a GP, Nurse or Healthcare Assistant.

To book your appointment, contact the surgery during normal opening hours. Please be aware that the appointment may take place at another GP Practice in the area.

If you need urgent medical advice when the surgery is closed, you should continue to call NHS 111.


Nottingham West CCG

Make  sure you protect your skin from the sun.  For more information about skin cancer - facts, prevention and detection click on the link below and also read the Sun Safety & Skin Cancer Booklet

Sun Safety & Skin Cancer Booklet


Communication at Eastwood Primary Care Centre


We want to get better at communicating with our patients.


We want to make sure you can read and understand the information we send you. If you find it hard to read our letters or if you need someone to support you at appointments, please let us know.


We want to know if you need information in braille, large print or easy read.


We want to know if you need a British Sign Language interpreter or advocate.


We want to know if we can support you to lipread or use a hearing aid or communication tool.


Please tell the receptionist when you arrive for your next appointment, or call us on 01773 304700 between 10:00 and 18:00.


disabled access Wheelchair access is via a ramp. Most patient services are on ground floor level. A disabled patients’ WC is available and clearly marked. Church Street corridors and doors are suitable for wheelchair access. Access to some rooms at Church Walk maybe difficult for large wheelchairs, please inform the staff when making an appointment so we can accommodate this in an accessible room. 


Online Services Online Services Link

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For guidance on how to get the best out of the service please view our information video - View Video  

Booking and Cancelling Appointments

Ordering Repeat Prescriptions

Access to your record summary

Accessing your detailed coded record (if an application has been approved) 

Patient Online Access – Keeping Your Online Records Secure Having access to your records online is a great way to get involved in looking after your health.  Your records contain personal information, so it’s important to keep them safe.  You should take the same care with your health and social care records as you do if you use online banking.   Here are some tips on how to keep your records safe:

  • If your record provider created a password for you as part of your log-in details, you should change it as soon as possible.
  • Use a strong and memorable password that is at least 8 characters long.
  • Do not write your password down or share it.
  • Do not use words in your password which may be easy for others to guess, such as the names of your relatives or pets.
  • Always log out of your records when you have finished using them.
  • It is best to view your records when you are somewhere private, and on your own computer or mobile device.
  • If you print information from your records make sure it is stored securely.

  Further information and advice about keeping your online health and social care record safe and secure is available here.  


Friends and Family TestIf you have recently visited the practice and didn't complete a Friends  and  Family   test  questionnaire,  why  not  take  the opportunity  to  complete  one now and help us track how the practice is performing? Click on the pictures to complete one now!

Please only complete one return per visit so we can see a true reflection of our service. 


Appointment availability within the practice is being constantly monitored to try and create the right balance between appointments released on the day for acute illnesses and bookable in advance appointments for patient reviews, chronic disease management and non-urgent patient care. We now have in place an Urgent Care Centre and a Planned Care Centre.



Patient Participation - Supporting Our Practice

Members of patient participation groups from across Nottingham West give their views about the importance of being involved in your local NHS. See our group page ' Friends of Eastwood Primary Care Centre'



Previous Patient Surveys

thank_you The results of the latest survey are available on-line on our Patient Survery Report  and in reception.



Repeat Prescription Requests


Important InformationPlease be aware that the Make Custom Order link on your repeat ordering page is to notify us of medicines you have been unable to order. If you are ordering repeat items at the same time please send this request first - we cannot provide a confirmation of order or a reminder of next prescription service.


Please do not ring the practice to check we have the order (the system is linked directly to our clinical system so we have your order), this not only causes delays for patients ringing to get through regarding appointments etc, but impacts on the prescriptions teams’ ability to process the 100's of prescriptions we handle daily. For prescription queries please only call between the hours of 11am - 3pm. Thank you

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