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Gayton Road Health Centre

Situated in Kings Lynn the surgery is part of the Vida Healthcare Group of six NHS health centres in West Norfolk.  

We offer the highest standard of healthcare and provide a wide range of services to meet the needs of all our patients, including ante-natal care; Well Woman and child health services; minor surgery; clinics to help manage long term conditions like asthma, CHD, blood pressure, leg ulcers or drug and alcohol dependency, as well as travel and flu vaccinations and physiotherapy. For a full list of our clinics, click here.

Online Services

As part of the commitment to enable and improve patients’ online interaction with the GP Practice we have a range of online services available which a patient can use to help manage their own healthcare. Patients are able to apply for an online account and password by contacting the Practice team and completing the application process. All newly registering patients with the Practice will be offered this opportunity as part of the registration procedure.

Online services currently offer the ability to book GP appointments, order repeat medication, complete questionnaires and access their Summary Care Record. By the end of March 2016 further functionality will be made available so that patients can access test results and get access to their detailed medical record information. For further information contact the Practice team.

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