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Welcome to Little Waltham & Great Notley Surgeries


  For medical advice or treatment
when the surgery is closed please
dial 111

 Use the NHS symptom checker for self help treatments

For life threatening conditions dial 999

A & E should only be used in a critical or life-threatening situation or where there are symptoms of serious illness or injury. If you are unsure, dial 111 and you will be advised which service is most appropriate for your care.



Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Little Waltham and Great Notley Surgeries Patient Participation Group (The Group) will take place on Monday 5th October 2015 at 7.00 pm at Little Waltham Surgery.   All matters for inclusion in the Agenda for the AGM must be received by the Secretary to the Group in writing not later than 21st September either to or in writing C/o The Surgery


Car Parking at Little Waltham and Great Notley Surgeries

Concerns have been raised by the Parish Council and local residents about the parking outside Little Waltham Surgery.  May we respectfully ask patients to consider using the Memorial Hall car park when visiting this surgery to reduce the congestion in Brook Hill.

At Great Notley Surgery the parking at the rear of the surgery is staff parking only. We politely request patients to park either along the road beside the surgery or at Tesco's (For up to 3 hours). Thank you for your cooperation.

Friends & Family

GP practices nationwide are required to ask their patients how likely they are to recommend their GP Practice to friends & family.  Please click the link below to tell us how you feel. 

Our Patient Participation Group is now represented by a formal committee. You can stay up to date with information using the Patient Group link.

Feeling depressed or anxious?

Patients can self refer for counselling and other therapies:IAPT 

Men aged 65+ are most at risk

A simple scan can tell if you have an Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm.  This is an enlargement of the main blood vessel in the abdomen and left untreated it can be fatal. NHS screening invitiations will be sent to men aged 65 this year and those over 65 can request a scan by calling 01702 385559. Further information is available here

Flu information  

Flu clinics will be held on Saturday 26th September at Great Notley Surgery and Saturday 3rd October at Little Waltham Surgery 8am -12pm for all patients entitled to a free vaccination, no appointment necessary. For further information please call reception.

Shingles Vaccination 

Patients who were aged 70, 78 or 79 on 1st September 2015 are entitled to a shingles vaccination anytime between now and the end of August 2016.

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