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Latest News

Signposting and Self-Referral pages updated

We have updated these pages, located under Appointments. It now gives you more information about signposting and lots of links to many services in Nottingham City which you can self-refer to without seeing a GP.

Online Consultation Safety – RCGP Guidance

The Royal College of GPs of just released some guidance which lists  a number of questions which patients, GPs and commissioners should consider before using or utilising online GP services.

This is becoming more prevalent in our busy, modern culture so we wanted to share this guidance to help patients make a more informed, safer decision.

Click here for the guidance

New Website

We have updated our website template to a new, mobile friendly version. Hopefully you will find it easy to navigate however if you have any problems please send us a comment or let the receptionist know next time you come down to the surgery.

Extended Hours Notice

Evening & Weekend Appointments bookable through your GP practice

From March 2018, patients registered at this practice will be able to access additional routine appointments during evenings and weekends through the new GP+ Nottingham City service.

Appointments will be available to see GPs, Practice Nurses, Clinical Pharmacists and Physiotherapists in a fully equipped accessible location on Upper Parliament Street in Nottingham City Centre.

Opening hours will be:

  • 16:00 – 20:00 Monday – Friday
  • 09:00 – 13:00 Saturday & Sunday

This will not be a walk-in service. Appointments are required and will be bookable through the reception team at your own GP practice from March onwards.

More information on this service will be coming very soon through your practice.

Dementia and Hucknall Road Medical Centre

Hucknall Road Medical Centre has signed up to become dementia-friendly. We will be working with Alzheimer’s Society during the coming year and our staff will be participating in General Practice specific dementia awareness sessions. We will also be carrying out an assessment of how dementia-friendly we are and take steps to improve areas that need attention.

We welcome any feedback about how we are doing from patients, families and carers.

Included here are some useful contacts and links for support or advice if you are living with dementia or caring for someone with dementia.

Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Support Service (Nottingham and Nottinghamshire): Tel: 0115 934 3800
Alzheimer’s Society website (for anyone affected by dementia): 
Dementia Connect:!/search 
National Dementia Helpline: 0300 222 11 22

Public Wi-Fi

Free public Wi-Fi is now available in the surgery. The landing page will guide you through the connection process and contains details of how to access their helpdesk.


Join Dementia Research is a new service that helps people to take part in dementia research studies.

It aims to accelerate the pace of dementia research by allowing people with and without dementia to register their interest in studies, helping researchers find the right participants at the right time.

The Join Dementia Research website offers a secure and easy way for someone to register their interest, discover studies that interest them, and ultimately connect with researchers to take part in their studies.

Anyone aged 18 years or over can sign up themselves, or on behalf of someone else, either by registering online or by contacting the helplines of Alzheimer’s Research UK (0300 111 5 111) and Alzheimer’s Society (0300 222 1122).

Join Dementia Research is a collaboration between the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), Alzheimer’s Research UK, Alzheimer’s Society, Alzheimer Scotland and UCL Partners, and has been funded by the Department of Health and NHS England.

Staff News

Dr Callum Chivers (F2) has now left and Dr Hafiz Jaidi will be taking his place for the next 4 months. He will begin seeing patients from the January.

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