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Weekend & Bank Holiday GP Service.

You can now see a GP or Nurse at weekends and bank holidays.  GPHA Weekend Service

Latest News

Dr Rena Ramoutar 

We regret to inform you that with effect from 31st December 2019 Dr Ramoutar will no longer be a partner at the Island Surgery. She will be unavailable to see patients from 11th November 2019. Dr Ramoutar will be missed by staff and patients alike. We would like to thank Rena for all of her hard work and we wish her well in her future endeavours.

Late Thursday evening surgery cancelled

We regret that with effect from 1st July 2018 we will no longer be providing the late Thursday evening surgery. Weekend GP and Nurse appointments are available locally for patients unable to attend during normal surgery hours.

Local evening and weekend appointments available

Patients who are registered at this practice can book an appointment to see a GP or nurse at the weekends (on Saturday and Sunday). Appointments will either take place at Hawkesbury Road Surgery, Canvey and Audley Mills Surgery, Rayleigh. Talk to the practice receptionist to find out more or book an appointment.

Friends and family test

Please let us know how we are doing by completing our friends and family test.

Online appointment booking

You can now book routine GP appointments online up to 2 weeks in advance. Our online appointment system also allows you to view and cancel booked appointments.

Online repeat prescription service

By logging in to our secure online system you will be able to see all of your repeat medication. You can request your repeat medication upto a week before it is due simply by ticking the items you require.

Get your personal online user details

You can collect your user details from our reception staff. Your confidentiality is important to us and therefore we will only give user details to the patient in person with appropriate ID.

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