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    Coronavirus (Covid-19)

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    All patients and visitors must wear a face mask or face covering when entering the surgery. You should bring your own face mask / covering. There may be exceptions for young children and those with breathing difficulties. Get the latest guidance at the links above.

    Coronavirus (Covid-19): Service Updates

    Prescription Update

    If you are not set-up for GP online ordering please order your repeat prescriptions through the POD service:
    01793 683755
    for less urgent precriptions please email:

    You will need to provide the name of your GP practice, your name, your date of birth, medicines required and the name/location of your usual pharmacy.  Your prescription will be ready for collection after one week.


    Due to the current Covid-19 (Coronavirus) situation, we are looking at ways to ensure we can continue treating patients as quickly and as effectively as possible, across all our services.

    Penhill Surgery wis currently closed patients are being directed to Moredon Medical Centre.

    Thank you for your cooperation.

    Practice News

    Read our FAQ for all the information you need about getting your flu vaccination this year.

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    Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is now delivering services at this practice.  We have already made a number of improvements and are working closely with Swindon…

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    Public Health England are asking people to check that they have received two doses of MMR vaccine and to be aware of the signs and symptoms of measles following an increase in…

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    Common problems Your Pharmacist Can Help With

    Every year, millions of us visit our GP with minor health problems that our local pharmacist could resolve.

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    About Abbey Meads Medical Group

    We are a family friendly GP surgery providing healthcare in Swindon, Whilshire.

    Abbey Meads Medical Group is committed to providing high quality Primary Health Care under the NHS, in an efficient, effective, modern and friendly setting.  Working in partnership with patients to achieve excellence and education in healthcare.

    It is our aim to:

    • Promote full and appropriate use of the Primary Health Care Team in the pursuit of better patient care
    • Develop the range of services and degree of patient choice available within the Primary Care setting
    • Promote informed patient choice through health education
    • Help patients to a better understanding of their illnesses through disease management clinics

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