Linden Avenue Medical Centre
Linden Avenue Medical Centre is currently closed.
Ise Medical Centre
Ise Medical Centre is currently closed.
The surgery is closed one afternoon per month for ‘Protected Learning Time’ for all doctors and staff. This is advertised in advance on display notices around the practice.
- Wednesday 25th May 2022
- Wednesday 22nd June 2022
- Wednesday 13th July 2022
- Wednesday 10th August 2022
- Wednesday 14th September 2022
- Wednesday 12th October 2022
- Wednesday 9th November 2022
- Wednesday 14th December 2022
Bank Holidays and Planned Closures
- Thursday 2nd June 2022
- Friday 3rd June 2022
- Saturday 4th June 2022
- Monday 29th August 2022
- Monday 26th December 2022
- Tuesday 27th December 2022
Out of Hours Service
Between 18:30 and 08:00, Monday to Friday, and all day at weekends and on Bank Holidays your call will be redirected to the NHS 111 service.
Different clinician appointments are available up to 20:00 Monday-Friday and 08:30-12:30 on Saturday through the Kettering Hub.
To find out more information about these appointments, see Kettering Extended Access Service.
Contact NHS 111 Service
If you require urgent medical assistance which cannot wait until the practice re-opens, please dial 111 to be put through to the NHS 111 service.
More information on this service can be found by clicking on the following link: NHS 111
Out of Hours
Corby Urgent Care Centre
Attend the Corby Urgent Care Centre which is open every day of the year from 08:00-20:00 at the Willowbrook Health Complex, Cottingham Road, Corby, NN17 2UR.
For more information visit: Corby Urgent Care Centre.
Accident and Emergency Department
Kettering General Hospitals Accident and Emergency Department is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you or someone else is in a critical or life threatening situation then go to your nearest accident and emergency department or call 999.
More information on this service can be found by clicking on the following link: Accident and Emergency Services
Visit your Pharmacy
Pharmacists (chemists) are a great source of health care service advice and information.
They are experts in medicines and how medicines work. They can help you decide if you need to see a doctor.
You can talk to them in confidence – even about the most personal symptoms – and you don’t need to make an appointment. Many also offer services such as stop smoking support and health checks.
They can help with issues like:
- Dispensing medicines – and how to use them safely, as well as getting rid of old or out of date medicine.
- Emergency hormonal contraception, or ‘the morning after pill’ is available at your local pharmacist.
- Minor ailments – a pharmacist can help with prescription treatments for conjunctivitis, cystitis, impetigo and more without you needing to see your doctor.
- The right type of cough and flu remedies for you and your family.