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We will be holding drop in clinics at our St Damian’s Surgery, Melksham for our patients to come and discuss their concerns with our management team on:

  • Monday 19th November: 9am until 12 noon & 2pm until 4pm.

  • Wednesday 21st November:  9am until 12 noon & 2pm until 4pm.

There will be two public consultations meeting on:

  • Wednesday 5th December at 2pm at the Assembly Hall Melksham

  • Monday 10th December at 7pm in the Town Hall, Melksham.


Although we understand that you may have questions, it would be helpful if you could attend these specific meetings, where we will try and address your concerns and ensure that you receive all of the information that you need at this time. This will enable us to continue the provision of our clinical care, as normal, until a formal decision has been reached.

Winsley Health Centre

Please click here for a map showing how to get to the Winsley Health Centre from the Bradford on Avon Health Centre.

To make an appointment

Please telephone Winsley Health Centre between 8.30am-1.00pm & 2.00pm- 5.30pm to make your appointments - 01225 860003

Weekly Doctor's Rota

Mondays:Dr TeesDr Davis
Tuesdays:Dr WyattDr Heffer
Wednesdays:Dr Paterson

Dr Smith

Thursdays:Dr Gough

Dr Gough

Dr Patrick

(extended hours)

Fridays:Dr PatrickDr Chisnall


Please note that this arrangement may change due to training, annual leave and sickness.

Nurse Clinics

Nurse clinics are also being held at the Winsley Health Centre every day which include:

  • asthma_inhaler4Injections
  • Dressings
  • Ear syringing
  • New registration checks
  • Blood tests
  • ECGs
  • Blood pressure readings

Quicker Check-in For Your Appointment

After the success of the self check-in machine at The Health Centre (BOA), we are pleased to inform you that now have installed a self check-in machine at the Winsley Health Centre.

The new facility will enable patients to check-in quicker - especially if there is a queue at the reception desk.

 Winsley Dispensary

We are a Dispensing Practice with our dispensary based at Winsley.  Dispensing doctors are GPs who are allowed to both prescribe and dispense prescription-only medicines to certain patients.  Community Pharmacies (Chemists) are often not financially viable in rural areas, which is why some GPs have been allowed to dispense medicines themselves.  The system is tightly controlled and we are only allowed to dispense for registered patients who live more than 1 mile/1.6km from a Community Pharmacy (as the crow flies).  If you are not sure whether you are eligible for dispensing, just ask at reception.

Your prescription or medication will be available within two working days unless suppliers are short of stock.  If you are collecting medication or prescriptions for others or collecting certain medicines, the receptionists may ask for proof of identity. Where prescription payment exemption applies, proof of this and completion of the back of the prescription will be required.

You can collect medication from 0830 to 1300 and 1400 to 1800, Monday to Friday.  However you may be eligible for our free delivery service for dispensing medications (excluding refrigerated items and controlled drugs).  This service is for patients who have severe difficulty getting to the dispensary to collect their medicines.  Please ask at Winsley reception for more details.

If you need medication urgently or need your medicines early due to holidays please speak to a receptionist so that she can process your request appropriately.

The dispensary is able to offer a service of providing weekly medication compliance trays (Nomads), or dosettes as they commonly referred to. These are for patients who have difficulty in remembering to take their medication. Please speak to the dispensary for further information.

Please note we are unable to take prescription requests over the phone.




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