It's not too late to make an appointment to have your flu vaccination. If you are in any of the following groups, call us on 01536 481734. Appointments are currently being made for Saturday 23rd November 2019.
- Under 16's
- Over 65's
- Pregnant women
- Children and adults with an underlying health condition.
GP Extended Access
The GP Extended Access service has commenced in Kettering offering additional appointments, designed to make it easier for patients to access primary care services at a time that suits them.
Under the service patients registered with Linden will be able to make an appointment at a time that is much more convenient to them, including evenings until 8pm, weekends and Bank Holidays.
If a patient wishes to attend an extended hours appointment, they may be given the option to travel to a central hub and will not necessarily see their own GP. This means that extended access appointments require patient consent for sharing their records. Patients preferring to see their usual GP or practice nurse should book an appointment with their practice during normal opening hours.
Patients will still need to contact their GP practice in the usual way to request an appointment. If there is no appointment available at the practice, patients may be offered an appointment with the GP Extended Access Service, if this is right for them.
Patients needing urgent care when their practice is closed should continue to call NHS 111 in the usual way.
For more information click here.
HUB Patient Information Leaflet
Our latest CQC Inspection
Linden Medical Group achieves a Good overall rating following its latest CQC Inspection, with an Outstanding rating for the effectiveness of our services.
The practice will be closed for Staff Training from 12:30pm on Wednesday 4th December 2019. If you require medical attention you should contact the NHS 111 Service by dialing 111.
For a full list of training dates for 2019 and 2020 click here
Unwell or Injured?
If you require medical assistance outside surgery opening times please dial 111 to be put through to the NHS 111 Service.
There is a range of local NHS services available for you to choose from, you don't always need to see a GP or go to A&E.
Click on the interactive picture above for your guide to local health services which are available.
(Site updated 12/11/2019)