The Surgery,Prestleigh Road, Evercreech, BA4 6JY
Tel: 01749 830325 Fax: 01749 830604
Evercreech Surgery is part of
The Park Medical Partnership, Cannards Grave Road, Shepton Mallet, BA4 5RT.
Tel 01749 334383.
Our joint website is www.theparkmedicalpractice.co.uk
The Doctors who regularly hold surgeries at Evercreech are
Geoff Sharp, Dr Dan Perkin, Dr Katie Binns,
Dr Amelia Randle, Dr Barry McGrath
Surgery Reception is open:
8.30 am to 1.00 pm Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri.
8.30 am to 12.30 pm Wednesday
1.50 pm to 6.30 pm Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri.
Please be aware that if you ring 830325 on a Wednesday afternoon you will go straight through to the Receptionists at Park Surgery, who will be pleased to help you.
Appointments can be made at either Evercreech or Park Surgeries, but please make sure you know at which Surgery your appointment is booked. For appointment times please contact the surgery.
Please remember that routine appointments are for 10 minutes so that our GPs and Nurses can see as many people as possible during surgery. If you feel that you may need longer than this, please ask the Receptionist when you book your appointment.
If you need an urgent same day appointment or telephone advice a phone call from the doctor can be arranged. Please provide a phone number where the doctor can contact you; an exact time when the doctor will be phoning cannot be given as it depends on the volume of calls requested.
Reminder: All urine and other samples need to be handed into the surgery before 11:30 as these will be sent off that morning. Any samples handed in after this time will have to be repeated the next day.
Procedure For Repeat Prescriptions
When further supplies of regular medication are needed please order via our website or by bringing your completed repeat slip to the surgery. In both cases please allow three working days before collection. It is not possible to request repeat prescriptions over the phone.
Patients on regular medication must be reviewed at least once a year. The review will be initiated by the Surgery and could be with the doctor or nurse.
The Government has introduced Electronic Prescriptions, and your prescriptions are being sent electronically to your chosen Pharmacy. Please ask your Pharmacy for more details.