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Welcome to the Castle Medical Centresurgery


The Castle Medical Centre is an NHS General practice based in the historic town of Kenilworth, Warwickshire. Our aim is to provide the highest standard of primary care for you our patients, in a happy working environment.

The practice area covers Kenilworth and most of the  surrounding vilages. We have 6 partners and 4 salaried doctors plus GP Registrars (who are GPs in training), plus practice nurses, healthcare assistants and phlebotomists; as well as our practice managers, receptionists and secretaries and  administrative team.

We serve an increasing practice population of 12,500 patients, over 20% of whom are over 65 years of age.

We offer a full general practice service which includes clinics for diabetics, asthmatics, antenatal and for patients who require minor surgery.

This website is for both existing patients and those considering registering with us.  It tells you about our services, how to access them and some general information about how our practice is operated.

At the Castle Medical Centre we aim to treat all our patients promptly, courteously and in complete confidence. We hope to provide a friendly personal service. 

The doctors work in close partnership. We encourage patients to see their usual doctor whenever possible and to follow through illnesses with the same doctor. However, if your usual doctor is not available, you may see any other doctor in the practice.

 

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You can now cancel appointments by email using AppointmentCancellations@castlemc.nhs.uk.

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Whooping Cough Immunisation for Pregnant Ladies.

Once you have reached 28 weeks,you are advised to have an immunisation against whooping cough. This will offer protection to your new born baby during the early weeks after their birth, when the risk of pertussis is greatest.

How to arrange your immunisation

The practice stock the vaccine, so once you are 28 weeks, please make an appointment with a Practice Nurse to receive your immunisation.

 
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