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Surgery Opening Hours:

Doddington and Manea

Monday to Friday        0800 - 1800

Wimblington

Monday to Friday        0800 - 1300

Rainbow Surgery

Monday Wednesday Thursday Friday 0800 – 1800          closed 1230 - 1330

Tuesday                                          0800 – 1800          closed 1230 - 1430

All Surgeries are Closed – Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays

Appointments and Clinics – You can ring any of the numbers below to make an appointment at any of the surgeries

Doddington     01354 740311                         Manea            01354 680774

Rainbow          01487 710980                         Wimblington   01354 740986

Or book online via the link below for Doddington, Manea, Rainbow and Wimblington.

Book online via Patient Access for Rainbow

 

We offer a range of appointments, some are pre-bookable and some will be made available on the day for urgent needs. Telephone consultations are also available.

You can expect to be asked the nature of the problem by the Reception staff so as this information can be passed to the clinician or they can help direct you to the most appropriate clinician or service.

You may also have a telephone triage consultation by the Duty GP if there are no bookable appointments available on the day.

Blood tests must be done at Ramsey before 11:30.

Chaperones are available at the doctor’s or patient’s request. It is helpful if we can arrange this beforehand. If one is requested during the appointment we will provide a chaperone but you may have to wait for one to become available.

If you arrive later than your booked appointment time you may not be able to be seen.

If you cannot keep your appointment, please ring us as soon as possible so we can offer it to someone else.

 

Extended Hours Access

From 1st October 2018 a range of routine pre-bookable appointments will be available in addition to FGP standard opening hours. If you wish to book one of these please be aware that the sessions will be held at different Surgeries throughout Cambridge and you will need to be able to travel there.

You can make an appointment at any of the sites - not just the one nearest to your home. Please note the staff you will be seen by Extended Access appointments are not FGP staff.

To book an appointment please call any of the FGP surgery numbers in core opening hours.

  • Acorn Surgery, Oak Drive, Huntingdon 
  • Buckden Surgery, Mayfield. Buckden 
  • Cornerstone Surgery, Elwyn Road, March 
  • Cromwell Place Surgery, Cromwell Place, St. Ives  

This does not affect your ability to access FGP services in our core hours.  

Doctor’s Appointments

Please remember these are a valuable commodity do not waste them!

We will aim to offer appointments within 24 hours with a healthcare professional or within 48 hours with a healthcare professional of your choice.

Practice Nurse

Nurses based at our practice treat patients for a wide range of common conditions (e.g. minor injuries/illnesses, removing stitches, travel vaccinations, immunisations and so on). Our practice nurses are also specially trained to run routine clinics for certain conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease. (Each of our nurses specialises in a different area, so you need to book ahead with the most appropriate person). Our reception staff will be able to advise whether a nurse appointment is appropriate.

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants carry out, blood testing, INR blood monitoring, hearing tests, blood pressure checks, weight checks, ECGs and sleep apnoea monitoring, spirometry, B12 injections and chaperoning.

Nursing Care At Home

Patients who are confined to their homes and need nursing assistance may arrange with the doctor for a community nurse to call. They will be able to help assess your needs and give information and support. Practical nursing care may include injections, blood tests, dressings and help for patients with incontinence.

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