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Patient consultations for future plans of Bishopston Medical Practice

The NHS Clinical Commissioning Group have sent letters out to all patients at Bishopston Medical Practice to inform them of the possible future plans for the practice. Please download and read the full letter by clicking the link below:

Letter from NHS Clinical Commissioning Group regarding BMP patient consultations.pdf

The consultation on the future of GP services at Bishopston Medical Practice (Northville Family Practice) has now closed. The NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) would like to thank you all for your participation, comments and feedback.

This information will be used to inform decision makers, and the CCG will be informing patients of any decisions regarding future services in July.

Telephone triage times are changing! From 2nd Jan 2019, if you feel you have a medical issue that cannot wait until the next routine appointment, please contact the surgery to be placed on the telephone triage list between 08.00 and 11.30am. The list will reopen in the afternoon from 2pm until 5pm.

The Bristol GP Survey NOW LIVE!

Please allow 72 hours for the administration of prescriptions

There has been a confirmed case of measles in Bishopston, please make sure you have had your two doses of MMR.  If you have measles, please do not come into the practice, but give us a telephone call instead.

In February 2018 Bishopston Medical Practice was taken over by BrisDoc. For more information about BrisDoc, please visit there website:

We are working together with other local practices to offer more appointments in the early mornings, evenings or at weekends. Speak to a member of the practice team to find out more

The Care Quality Commission

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