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  Welcome to Cossington House Surgery

 

Why not sign up to Patient Access, it is quick and easy to use.

You can book appointments in advance at a time that is conveient to you!

You can also order repeat medication online and review your medical summary !

 

Let us know if you would recommend us to a friend or family member, take time to fill in our friends and family survey. We appreciate your feedback!

 

 Have your say and join our patient participation group

 

 

  GP CanterburyOur Surgery has been providing the highest standard of healthcare for the community in and around Canterbury since 1969.  We are as committed to the care of our patients. We currently have four GPs, one Registrar and three nurses, all with specialist medical interests in addition to their normal roles. 

Are you an existing resident or new to the area and interested in joining our practice?  We would be happy to help you, just contact the surgery.  

 

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.  Any additional help that is needed please contact reception.

For all latest surgery news and information please visit our news tab and you can view our latest edition of the surgery newsletter here aswell.

 

Contact us on: 01227 76337(Telephone)

 01227 819048 (Fax) 

 ccccg.cossingtonhouseadmin@nhs.net (email)

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