Category Archives: Moulton News

Christmas and New Year Opening Hours

Friday 18th December Normal Hours
Last day to order repeat prescriptions
Saturday 19th December Closed
Sunday 20th December Closed
Monday 21st December Normal Hours
Tuesday 22nd December Normal Hours
Wednesday 23rd December Normal Hours
Last day to order repeat prescriptions
Thursday 24th December Normal Hours
Friday 25th December Closed
Saturday 26th December Closed
Sunday 27th December Closed
Monday 28th December Closed
Tuesday 29th December Normal Hours
Wednesday 30th December Normal Hours
Thursday 31st December Normal Hours
Friday 1st January Closed
Saturday 2nd January Closed
Sunday 3rd January Closed
Monday 4th January Normal Hours

Out of hours

Please call NHS 111 for all medical advice or 999 for emergencies.


Please note the last day to order prescriptions before Christmas is Friday 18th December and the last day before New Year is Wednesday 23rd December.

Flu Vaccine for those aged 50 to 64

Following the news about the flu vaccine being available to those aged 50-64 years of age, NHS England have not provided us with the ordering process or an indication when stocks will be provided.

Please do not call the Surgery to request an appointment at this stage. When we know when supplies will be arriving and have appointments available, we will send out further texts and update the website with the booking process.

If you are not registered for online booking, please consider downloading the NHS App, as this will make the booking process easier.

Flu Vaccination Clinics

Due to Coronavirus and the need for guidelines to be adhered to 2020 flu vaccination clinics will be held at Moulton Community Centre.

The next flu vaccination clinic will be held on Saturday 12th December 2020.

Eligible patients must call the surgery on 01604 644126 to book an appointment.

Please do not turn up at Moulton Community Centre without an appointment.


GP Update September 2020

Before turning up to your GP practice contact them online, by an app or by phone to be assessed 📱 💻

⚠️ Please follow government safety advice if visiting your local practice for an appointment.


  💙 GPs are working hard to provide care safely.

⚠️ Please follow your practice’s safety advice if visiting for an appointment.

😷 Do not go to your GP if you have symptoms of coronavirus or are self-isolating.

  Contact your GP practice online, by an app or by phone.

☎️ 💻 If appropriate, you will receive advice or care via video or over the phone.


All Members of the Public Must Wear a Face Covering When Entering the Surgery

In order to minimise the spread of the Coronavirus infection and keep our staff and patients safe, ALL MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC MUST WEAR A FACE COVERING WHEN ENTERING THE SURGERY.

Whilst we ask visitors to wear face coverings for their own protection and for others, guidance states that the following groups DO NOT need to wear a face covering:

  • Children under the age of 3
  • Patients unable to put on or wear a face covering because of any physical or mental illness, impairment or disability
  • Patients with breathing difficulties and respiratory problems that may be exacerbated by wearing a face covering

A member of the reception team will come to the door and be able to help answer any question you may have.

Thank you for your co-operation and understanding.