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Advice leaflets are available under Further information - Ear Syringe. 

Welcome to Broadwater Medical Centre. 

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 Flu vaccinations - Book your appointment now.

The Department of Health recommends flu vaccination if you are:

  • Pregnant
  • Aged 65 or over
  • A person with diabetes
  • A person with a BMI of greater than 39
  • A person with a long term condition of the:

                               lungs eg Asthma or COPD 


                               Brain or nervous system



                               Immune system


                                Social, health & care workers   

Due to the supply of vaccines we have had to make many of our flu clinics age specific to ensure we have sufficient vaccines available.

Clinics being held on:   

Tuesday 20th November 65 and over

Thursday 22nd November 65 and over

Monday 26th November 65 and over

Wednesday 28th November 65 and over

Appointments are filling up fast so if you are in the above "At risk" groups please ring and book your appointment before we run out.

  If you are eligible for a flu vaccine and DO NOT wish to have it please let us know as it will save valuable time and resources.      

GP Access Hubs (previously known as MIAMI.) are to be extended giving patients more access to GPs. We use these appointments as an extension to our existing surgeries to offer more availability to our patients 7 days a week.

If you have an acute / short term problem such as ear/eye/chest infection, sore throats then we ask that you agree to one of these appointments at either St Lawrence surgery or Selden road. This will allow us to be able to use appointments with our current GPs for more complex long term conditions.

We also have nurses appointments available during the day here or at the MIAMI clinics at the weekend.

For more information click here


Please remember A&E is only for patients requiring accident and emergency care, for serious and life threatening conditions. Please use the number above if you have concerns about your health on this afternoon and only use A&E in an emergency.


Patients have a named allocated GP, you can contact the surgery to find out who that GP is.

Get Well, Keep Well

Of course we’re not just here for when you are unwell. Our team of healthcare professionals and back-up staff offer a number of clinics and services to promote good health and wellbeing whatever your medical condition.

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