Surgery Contact Telephone number
Lunchtime closing is
The Practice is closed on Bank Holidays.
All patients registered with the Practice have an assigned named GP.
If you would like to know the name of your assigned GP please ask at the reception desk.
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Are you registered with
Hockley Farm Medical Practice?
If you are registered as a patient of this practice, you can also get an appointment with a GP or prescribing nurse at one of our healthcare hubs, including during evenings, weekends and bank holidays:
- Westcotes Health Centre (8am to 8pm, 7 days a week)
- Belgrave Health Centre (Mon – Fri 6:30pm to 10pm, weekends and bank holidays 12pm to 8pm)
- Saffron Health ((Mon – Fri 6:30pm to 10pm, weekends and bank holidays 12pm to 8pm)
If we have been unable to offer you an appointment and you need to see someone quickly, ask our reception staff about an appointment at a healthcare hub instead. You can also book the appointment yourself by calling 0116 366 0560 or NHS 111.
Appointments can be booked for the same day or up to 48 hours in advance.
You can find more information on the following page: https://www.leicestercityccg.nhs.uk/find-a-service/healthcare-hubs/
Hockley Farm Medical practice
We aim to provide you with the best quality health care. We provide a wide range of services including general medical care, contraception, maternity services, and minor surgery. We are now also offering late evening surgeries.
We are delighted to have moved to the Braunstone Health and Social Care Centre and look forward to working with the other health and social care staff based here.
Urgent Care Clinics
We are pleased to announce we are starting a new clinic from 1st April 2014 for patients with urgent care needs.
The clinic will run both morning and afternoon and is staffed by highly experienced nurses who are trained to help people with minor illnesses. Our nurses are able to diagnose, prescribe and refer on to a GP when necessary.
We hope that the introduction of these clinics will free up our doctors to treat and look after our patients with long term complex conditions and serious illnesses.
The building is accessible to patients using wheelchairs. There are disabled parking spaces near the main entrance. The GP reception has a low desk area and there are disabled toilet facilities in the building.
We are a teaching practice and will often have attached students or GPs in training. Some consultations may be video recorded for training purposes. You will always be informed of this and will have the opportunity to decline if you wish.
MIG- Medical Interoperability Gateway
Patient Participation Group Minutes
Please click PPG 26th June for the most recent PPG Meeting Minutes.
(Site updated 14/09/2017)