Patient access:  Book online and save time, it is simple, quick and easy.

To be able to book or cancel appointments, order repeat prescriptions, view your health record, and more please opt for patient access.

All that you need to do for this service, is to register with the practice.  Either ask at reception for details or visit

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COVID19 Vaccinations - Updated 27/4/21

If you are aged 50 and over, have a UHC or COVID High Risk please contact the Health Centre to discuss an appointment. We will be able to check your eligibility and book you in to one of the clinics here at the practice.

If you received your first vaccination 10-12 weeks ago and are yet to hear from us, please contact the Health Centre.

Our service is providing vaccinations to people in cohorts 1-9 and this will continue.

We will not be providing a vaccination service for people aged 18 to 49 when they become eligible. We were set up as a service for cohorts 1-9 only and there are a wide range of alternative local options for people who are due to be vaccinated next

Patient Advice & Liaison Service (PALS).

Anyone requiring support or advice should contact the PALS service via the free phone number: 0800 218 2333 or email

Booking Appointments

The online booking appointment system has been temporarily suspended at the surgery and we ask all patients to use either eConsult or to ring the practice to book an appointment. This will ensure that we are able to fully assess risk before appointments are booked at the surgery.

As you are aware the practice uses eConsult and patients are advised to seek advice via this service. Please visit the services section on our website for further information and access to the eConsult service

For any general information on coronavirus please visit

Face Mask Exemptions

The Government guidance suggests there is no requirement for evidence for exemption.  It should be sufficient for someone to declare that they are eligible for an exemption direct with the person questioning them (eg bus driver, shop staff).

Practices are therefore not required to provide letters of support for those who fall under the list of exemptions, or to those who do not fall under the list of exemptions.

Murdishaw Health Centre is sorry that we cannot help with requests.

Staying Active during lockdown has been updated with some important information for older adults.

Reducing the risk of falling provides a booklet from our Health Improvement team and a link within this booklet to some simple exercises to help prevent falls.

Patient Access

Have you registered for Patient Access?

You can access parts of your medical records including blood test results, medications & consultations with your GP.

Please speak to a Care Navigator if you wish to register (you must provide photographic ID to be able to register for this service)

Protected Learning Time

The practice will be closed from 1pm on the following dates

29th April 2021

26th May 2021

24th June 2021

14th July 2021

15th September 2021

30th September 2021

20th October 2021

25th November 2021

The reason for the closure is so that the practice staff and Clinicians can have protected time to undertake training. Should you require medical assistance during the times when we are closed please dial the surgery number as normal and you will be redirected to the NHS 111 service who will be able to assist you further.

GP Earnings

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice. The average pay for GPs working in Murdishaw Health Centre in the last financial year was £101,565 before tax and National Insurance.

(Site updated 07/05/2021)
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