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We held our first clinic on Saturday the 21st of September.  Further clinics are plannd throughout the coming weeks and another Saturday clinic will be held on Saturday the 12th of October.


Vaccines for the rest of our patient population will only start to become available to us from the middle of October and our final delivery date is at the end of November. We will do our very best to ensure that vaccines are available to those patients that need them but in light of the national news that there may be a shortage due to changes brought about by Brexit we are currently unable to guarantee availability.  Patients can have their names placed on a waiting list if they wish to do so. 

Accessing a medical appointment outside of our opening hours

Crossroads Medical Practice is pleased to be able to offer our patients access to routine GP appointments at evenings and weekends.

The new service is part of an extended access service which has been commissioned by NHS Lincolnshire West Clinical Commissioning Group.

The appointments will also be available on bank holidays and across the Easter, Christmas and New Year periods

Extended hours appointments are for pre-bookable non-urgent appointments.

For urgent matters at evenings and weekends, patients will continue to access the GP Out of Hours Services at Lincoln County Hospital via NHS 111 or the Minor Injuries Unit at John Coupland Hospital.

The service is being delivered by a collaboration of GP practices in the area. If a patient wishes to attend an extended hours appointment, they may need to travel to another local GP practice or a central GP practice hub and may not necessarily see their own GP.

Ultimately, this is about allowing a patient to see a GP or practice nurse at a time that is convenient to them.

You can now book the appointments outside of our normal hours and at weekends.

To arrange an appointment or for more information on when and where appointments are available, speak to a member of our reception team call 01522 862848



The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new law that determines how your personal information is processed and kept safe, and the legal rights that you have in relation to your own data.

The Regulation applies from 25th May 2018 and will still apply even after the United Kingdom leaves the European Union.



Your Information, Your Rights

Our Fair Processing Notice explains why we collect information about you and how that information may be used to deliver your direct care and manage the local health and social care system.

The notice reflects:

 What information we collect about you

  • How and why we use that information
  • How we retain your information and keep it secure
  • Who we share your information with and why we do this

The notice also explains your rights in relation to consent to use your information, the right to control who can see your data and how to seek advice and support if you feel that your information has not been used appropriately.

A full copy of the Fair Processing Notice for Patients is available by following this link  Patient Information Leaflet - GDPR

Named Allocated Gp

All patients will have been allocated a named accountable GP. You can ask at reception or at your next appointment to find out which GP has been allocated to you. If you would prefer a different named GP, let us know and we will do our best to accommodate your choice. You can continue to see any of the GPs in the practice, irrespective of which GP you have been allocated.

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