PLEASE NOTE - Due to unforeseen supply issues we have had to move our planned flu clinic from 23rd October to 30th October. If you have an appointment already booked it will automatically be moved to the new date. Please contact us if you are unable to make it and need to reschedule.


A Message For Our Patients

As lockdown eases, we have now opened our reception desk for patients. However, if you are able to use phone or online services then please continue to do so. This will help reduce the number of people that may have to queue, and keep the reception area free for those people who can’t use phone or online services.

Appointments continue to be triaged by phone. Patients will be asked to attend an appointment face-to-face if there is a clinical need. You will be advised on the best approach for you and can discuss your preference with your clinican. If you are asked to come into the surgery, please remember to wear a face covering unless you are exempt. 

You may need to queue outside so that we have a safe number of people inside, please do not come in if you have tested positive for COVID-19.

We can offer the following advice when it comes to staying in contact with us:

If you have a high temp and/or a new continuous cough you should stay at home & follow Governmental advice on self-isolation.

Use NHS 111 online https://111nhs.uk/covid-19 if you feel you can’t cope with your symptoms at home or your conditions worsens. Call 111 only if you can’t get help online.

We do not have capacity to give you a risk assessment. If you are unsure, consider yourself in a higher risk group and follow the public health guidance. 

On behalf of everyone at Cornerways Medical Centre, thank you for your help and understanding during this time.

Welcome to Cornerways Medical Centre

Opening Times

Please select a site

Patients can submit a GP online consultation between 6.30am and 6.30pm Monday to Friday, the advice service is available 24/7.


NHS 111 can help if you have an urgent medical problem when your GP practice is closed. Dial 111 on any phone for advice or visit the NHS website - 111.nhs.uk.

Remember to call 999 at any time in a medical emergency. This is when someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk.

Have Your Say

NHS Friends and Family