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If you have a long term health condition for example diabetes or asthma, make sure you have your annual review booked in. Contact reception if you have any questions.

 

Do not forget you can book appointments online, view parts of your medical history and order repeat prescriptions via our patient access  system.

 

Have a look round the website and leave us your feedback. Your opinion matters!! - check out our friends and family test.

 

Named GP for all Patients

Every patient has been assigned a named GP If you are not sure who your named GP is please speak to our reception team.

 

Cossington House Surgery provides the highest standard of healthcare for the community in and around Canterbury since 1969. We are as committed to the care of our patients and the continuation of a strong NHS.

We currently have five GPs, one Registrar, one nurse and one Healthcare Assistant, all with specialist medical interests in addition to their normal roles. 

Our practice is also proud of its reputation as an exceptional Training Practice for Registrars to become GPs.   

  

You will find information on this website regarding the practice such as when we are open , how to order your repeat prescriptions and providing essential feedback to the surgery via the Friends and Family test!

 

You can now see a doctor on a Saturday at Northgate Medical Practice

A Saturday service is now available as part of a pilot project involving surgeries in Whitstable, Canterbury and Faversham. From Saturday 7th November 2015, doctors from practices in each of the towns and Invicta Health will be working together to offer GP appointments from 8am - 8pm.

Cossington House are pleased to confirm that it has joined this pilot project. Please ask at reception for more information.

Contact us on: 

01227 763377(Telephone)

 01227 819048 (Fax) 

 ccccg.cossingtonhouseadmin@nhs.net (email)

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Access for People With Disabilities

The building has been modified to assist people with disabilities there is a ramp at the front and rear of the building, as well as the downstairs toilet being designed to take a wheelchair. Doctors who normally have surgeries upstairs can consult patients in a downstairs room please inform reception when booking your appointment.  


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