Doctors will be available for consultation during the following times.
|Monday - Friday
||8.00 to 11.30am
2.00 to 6.30pm
||8.30 to 11.30am
Our Doctors have one day off every week, as follows: Dr Azhar Tuesday, Dr Shaikh Wednesday, Dr Tahseen Thursday, and Dr Tomlinson Friday.
Doctors only have time to deal with one problem during an appointment. If you have more than one problem, please ask for a longer appointment time.
Telephone appointments to speak to a doctor can be made each morning, Monday to Friday. Request a telephone appointment with our reception staff before 10.30am, they will ask for your telephone number and brief details of the nature of the problem. The doctor will subsequently call you back at the end of ther normal surgery.
Extended Access in Luton - Offering Routine Appointments through a Luton wide Extended Access service for Health Concerns
The Luton Extended Access Service will be available from 4thSeptember 2018 for all Luton patients to book routine appointments with a GP, Practice Nurse or Healthcare Assistant through Stopsley Village Practice
This service will operate:
Monday to Friday evenings from 18:00-21:00
Saturday and Sunday mornings from 08:30-14:30
at two local GP Practices. The service will not operate from within our Practice but patients will be offered to attend Medici Medical Centre or Bramingham Park Medical Centre.
Patients unable to get to clinics at our surgery for Chronic Disease Management such as Asthma, COPD, Diabetes, Hypertension and Rheumatoid Arthritis may attend these clinics to have reviews. The clinicians in this service will have full access to your GP records from the surgery.
For more information regarding the Extended Access service or to book an appointment please contact our reception team in person or on the phone. Appointments for the Luton Extended Access service cannot be booked online.
Always telephone 01582 722555 when the surgery is closed.
During the weekends, or any evening after 6.30pm, you will be automatically transferred to the out-of-hours deputising service contracted by the Luton Clinical Commissioning Group, where you will be given the choice of speaking to a doctor, attending the out-of-hours centre in Luton or, if really urgent, requesting a visit.
NHS 111 is a confidential 24-hour telephone helpline run by qualified nurses. If you require health information or advice, please telephone ‘111’. The new '111' telephone line is a similar concept to the '999' telephone line, except it is intended as an easy to remember non-emergency advice line. Consequently, it will provide 24 hour health advice information comparable to that supplied by NHS 111.
Alternatively, visit NHS Online at www.nhs.uk for an abundance of useful health information.
NHS Walk-in Centre
The NHS Walk-in Centre located at 14-16 Chapel Street, Luton, offers a no appointment service for healthcare advice, information and treatment. It opens between 8.00am - 8.00pm seven days a week.