Patient Services

Welcome to the patient section of the site. The aim of the section is to provide patients with an area of the site that gives basic information and also allows you to give us some feedback..

The Practice's Patient Participation Group (PPG) will also be using the site to post up agendas and minutes and gain feedback for future meetings. The group would like to welcome everyone to come along. Go to Patient Related News & Articles

Follow this link for updates to the Vaccinations and Immunisations offered by the practice.

You can also look at registering for the practice through the New Patient Registration page.

Named Accountable GP

All our patients have been allocated an accountable GP - you can obtain the name of your accountable GP by contacting us. You can continue to see the GP of your choice, even if they differ from your named GP.

Disability Discrimination Act

We have attempted to make our building accessible to all. We have:

  • a designated parking space for blue badge holders (please display your badge)
  • a designated toilet suitable for wheelchair users
  • a hearing loop (please ask at reception if you wish to use it)
  • step-free access throughout
  • powered entrance doors

Online Services

Click here for details.

Freedom of Information Act 2000

The practice is happy to comply with this act and this information is published on line. Jubilee Medical Centre Publication Scheme.

Viewing your records

Under the Data Protection Act 1998 you are able to view your records. Download our information leaflet and application form.(link broken)

How to complain

Go to the Complaints and Concerns page.


Non-NHS Medicals and Private Fees 
Medical examinations for HGV, PSV, Insurance and Employment etc. can be arranged by appointment. These, and claim forms for holiday cancellation, medical insurance and passport applications etc., are not part of your doctor's NHS duties and therefore a fee in the range recommended by the BMA is payable, details of which are available at reception or here.

Medical Certificates

For absence from work through sickness, self certification is currently valid for the first week. The certificate (form SC1) is available from your employer, the post office, or the surgery reception. We do not issue a doctor's certificate for the first seven days of sickness. If a private certificate is required to cover this absence from work, a fee is charged. After the first week certificates are obtained as part of a consultation with your doctor. If you are under the care of a hospital doctor you may ask them to issue your certificate for an inpatient stay or an outpatient appointment.


We will not provide any information about you to others without your permission. However if we had to remove a patient for aggressive or violent behaviour we would share this information with other health and welfare agencies - but only as much as it was necessary to protect other staff.

Data Sharing

There are quite a few ways in which we share data with other parts of the NHS and with others. Click here for more detail of what is shared - and how you can opt out, if you wish.