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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.

Practice Mission Statement  

“To ensure the highest standard of family care and to offer patients continuously improving and appropriate access to health care professionals”


Practice Booklet - 2013/14 Edition

To download the new Practice Booklet, please click here

Alternatively, please pick up your FREE copy from Reception.

Did you Know?

We have the following services at the to read more

Winsley dispensary

Patients living in certain areas are eligible to collect their repeat medictions from Winsley Dispensary.  We are able to dispense to patients who live in the following areas:

Atworth - Broughton Gifford - Holt - Limpley Stoke - Monkton Farleigh - South Wraxall - Westwood - Whitley - Winsley

For more information about our prescription service, please click here

Prime Minister's Challenge Fund Bid

This morning, the practice has received a letter informing us that unfortunately we were unsuccessful in our bid for funds to extend our service to our patients as part of the PM's Challenge Fund.

There were over 250 expressions of interest, demonstrating a variety of options for improving and extending access to general practice, but we were thanked for "all the hard work and time that has gone into our application. All practices will have the chance to benefit from guidance being developed through the Challenge Fund programme including: work to help further reduce bureaucracy and identify new ways of shaping demand on general practice services and working at a greater scale in networks and federations. We are also exploring the potential to create some kind of innovation hub to share great ideas across the general practice communities".

So all in all it was worth having a go, but we must not be disappointed - we already provide a fantastic service compared to some other parts of the country, and if it helps them to raise their standards, then it will be money well spent.










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