October Friends and Family Test Results
13 November 2023Each month Enderby Medical Centre sends out a survey via text message to a selection of patients who have used the Practice within that month. The October survey result are below: We received 384 responses in total Answer Number of responses Percentage of responses Very Good 313 82% Good 56 15% Neither good nor poor […]
22 September 2023From the 1st September 2023, patients turning 65 (date of birth between 1.9.1958 – 31.8.1959) and 70 (date of birth between 1.9.1953 – 31.8.1954) will be eligible for a Shingles Vaccination, in addition those already aged between 70 – 80. We have been supplied with the Shingrix shingles vaccination, which is suitable to be administered to […]
Influenza and Covid Vaccinations 2023
22 September 2023This year our flu and covid vaccination clinics will take place at Enderby Medical Centre on Saturday 30th September and Saturday 7th October. We will also be offering appointments on a Wednesday and Thursday afternoon at the surgery. We will be co-administering the flu and covid vaccinations, however patients can opt to only have the […]
Enderby Medical Centre
These are the opening hours for the main reception. Telephone lines open at 8:00am.
|Monday||8:00 AM — 6:30 PM|
|Tuesday||8:00 AM — 6:30 PM|
|Wednesday||8:00 AM — 6:30 PM|
|Thursday||8:00 AM — 6:30 PM|
|Friday||8:00 AM — 6:30 PM|
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