Welcome to TG Medical Centre
We aim to provide all of our patients with a comprehensive range of healthcare services, covering one-off problems to long-term illnesses. Feel free to explore the site and find out how you and your family can benefit from our personal and professional approach to healthcare provision. We aim to practice modern, evidence-based medicine to the highest standards.
As well as being able to see when we are open at the click of a mouse, we’ve made it easier for you to do a number of things. You can book/amend/cancel your doctors appointments online, order your repeat medication and view your medical records all from the comfort of your own home. Please ask our reception team for an online registration form for Patient Access - we require two forms of identification (one must be photographic) with you when you ask for your registration form:
Registering is easy with online forms also available and appointment slots to suit most patients’ timetables. You’ll enjoy a confidential service in comfortable surroundings from a helpful and dedicated team.
Comments and feedback from patients are important to the practice. Your views can inform us on the services we deliver. Comments can be left online through NHS Choices, via a comments slip at reception or via email to email@example.com.
In addition to our website, we also have Facebook and Twitter accounts. These, like this website, are also updated with the latest news and developments:
Ordering your repeat medicationPosted on 14-12-2016
Please ensure you order your repeat medication by Wednesday, 21st December at the latest to ensure you have enough for the holiday period.
There's still time to get your flu jab!Posted on 16-11-2016
If you are unsure about your eligibility, please contact us and we will be more than happy to assist you.
Life expectancy to break 90 barrier by 2030Posted on Tuesday February 21, 2017
Women in South Korea will be the first in the world to live an average of 90 years.
Hospital cuts planned in most of EnglandPosted on Tuesday February 21, 2017
Hospital services in nearly two-thirds of England could be cut or scaled back, BBC analysis shows.
Brain scans 'may spot teen drug problems'Posted on Tuesday February 21, 2017
Brain scans may help predict which teenagers go on to develop drug problems, a study suggests.
Testosterone replacement for men 'trade-off with risks'Posted on Tuesday February 21, 2017
In those deficient, the therapy may improve bone health, but at what cost?
Snail venom compound 'offers chronic pain therapy'Posted on Monday February 20, 2017
It could open the door to a new type of medicine for preventing and treating pain.