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As part of a pilot scheme all 3 Oswestry practices will be offering evening GP and nurse appointments starting 23rd July. The evening appointments will be offered by one practice every week for e.g. the week beginning the 23rd July Cambrian Medical Practice will offering the appointments but these appointments will be available for patients of all 3 practices and bookable by all 3 practices. The GP you see will have access to your full medical records (you will need to consent to this when the appointment is booked) and will be able to make a referral or issue a prescription as normal. These are not urgent appointments and are aimed at offering more choice to patients who struggle to attend during the day.

To book an appointment just contact your own surgery to make an appointment and they will be able to book it for you, you do not need to contact another surgery or call another number to book these appointments.

This is a pilot scheme in advance of 8-8 working being introduced nationally on 1st October 2018.


With effect from 17.7.18, patients living in Shropshire need to ring 111 for urgent out of hours medical help/advice. For patients living in Wales, please continue to use 0333 2226655.


The Patient Access website has recently been updated.  Please note when you sign into this for the first time, you must enter your user ID and password and not your email address.  You can then confirm your email address to allow you to sign in with this on future visits.

New General Data Protection Regulation

Please see Patient and Website Privacy Notices in Further Information


Each doctor appointment is 10 minutes long & should be for one patient & one problem.  If you think you require more time, please ensure you inform the receptionist.  


We would like all patients in our community to be able to see a local GP or Nurse when they need to.  We have set up a network of GP practices across the region offering extended opening hours for pre-bookable and same day routine extended access appointments.  The GP extended hours service operates between 6.00pm-8.00pm on weekdays and 8.00am to 1.00pm on weekends and allows patients to be seen within a network of GP practices at a convenient time and location depending on availability.  Call 0333 222 6649 to make an appointment & you will be informed of the location of your appointment.


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To leave your feedback, please click on the "Friend & Family Test" on the right hand side of the screen.  Thank you for your feedback so far.  Here are the results up to 20.4.18.

The question we asked is " How likely are you to recommend Cambrian Medical Centre to friends and family if they needed similar care or treatment?"

Extremely likely                      76%

Likely                                     15%

Neither likely or unlikely            3%

Unlikely                                    2%

Extremely unlikely                     3%

Don't know                               1%


Please note the POD (Prescription Ordering Direct) telephone number has changed to 0333 358 3509.


We now have more same day appointments available.  If you need to see a GP on the day, please call us or book via our website.


We no longer take repeat prescription requests on our prescription phone line.  Please click on the link below for more information.

NHS Prescription Ordering Direct (POD)


As from 5th June 2017 we can no longer accept urine samples that have not been requested by a clinician.  This is in line with the advice & guidance of Public Health England.

If a clinician has requested a urine sample, you will need to complete a form when you drop the sample off to us.  If you suspect you have a urine infection, please speak to the receptionist who can arrange for you to see or speak to a clinician.


We completely understand the car park does cause issues, however, we have raised concerns to 3rd parties including the landlord. But in the meantime we would really appreciate that any car park frustrations are not taken out on our staff.  Many thanks

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