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Welcome to Woodend Health Centre

The Woodend Health Centre was formed about 40 years ago. The first doctors practiced from a house in Lillington Road before moving to Hillmorton Road. In 2002 we moved to our present location.

Practice Philosophy

All the staff working in our practice are committed to enabling you to enjoy the best possible health. This involves us making ourselves as available to you. Offering flexible surgery times, providing the best care and medicines within the resources available, and keeping you involved and informed at all stages of your care.  

We pride ourselves in providing ‘traditional and personal’ family medical care as we believe that this is what our patients want. We do this by trying only to use locum doctors when absolutely necessary. This way we get to know you and you us. 

We believe that the patient is the most important person – without you we would not have a job! 



Latest News

  • 04 May 2022

    Sick note requests/extensions without phoning reception

    To complete a request for your sick note extension without contacting the reception team by phone, cut and paste the following link into your browser and follow the directions https://florey.accurx.com/p/M86020

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  • 13 Apr 2022

    Interested in becoming a member of the Patient Participation Group

    Are you interested in being a member of the Patient Participation Group at the surgery? Wood End Health Centre is in the process of recruiting new members to the Patient Participation Group (PPG) to gain the views of our registered patients and ensure they are involved in decisions about the range and quality of the services provided by our practice If you are interested in becoming a PPG member, please submit your details using the relevant form on the 'Do it online' section of the website Or cut and paste link below into your browser https://woodendhealthcentre.co.uk/SecureForm?FID=64b60ab2-2d92-4ebd-ad3b-0d9bf6b560f1&FT=9&GP=4f7acd12-1d3c-49da-a877-9736f20e7251

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  • 27 Jan 2022

    Covid-19. Face Coverings

    The Government has announced that the public no longer have to mandatory wear face coverings. It has been suggested though that the public continue to wear face coverings in "enclosed or crowded spaces" as a recommendation as it is an effective way of preventing the spread of Covid-19.

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Information from the Care Quality Commission

Our practice is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure we are meeting essential standards of quality and safety.

This widget provides a summary of the results of the latest checks carried out by the CQC.