Welcome to Barton Hills Medical Group

For information about clinic times and how our appointment system operates please click here.

You can find a a wide range of health information on the NHS Choices website and on the Patient website.

Surgery closure information for staff training

It is necessary to hold regular staff training sessions. On these times the surgery will be closed. For more information on dates and times please go to our News tab or click on the shortcut link. http://bhmg.gpsurgery.net/surgery-closure-training-dates/

Synchronising your REPEAT prescriptions

If you find you are ordering your repeat medicines at different times, e.g. because one is due and another is not, we are able to synchronise these for you. This means that the renewal of your repeat medicines happens at the same time. To achieve this we will issue a single synchronised prescription. Keep any leftover previous repeat medications as surplus. If you would like this to happen please speak to the prescription clerk on duty or ask a member of the reception team to pass on a message on your behalf. Please note this does not include acute medicines such as insulin, anticoagulants or painkillers.

Flu Season

  FLU JABS ARE NOW IN STOCK FOR ELIGIBLE PATIENTS .This includes patients with a long term condition and all patients aged 65 and over.  Children with only chronic conditions, eg asthma (only if on a steroid inhaler), and those aged between 2 and up to their 4th birthday. Other children over 4 will receive the nasal flu spray at school. Book online or phone 490087.

Barton Hills Email Address

Please can we ask you do not send correspondence or appointment requests queries, cancellation of appointments, prescription requests or questions for the doctors, to our main email address. It is not monitored on a daily basis. You can cancel appointments and order repeat prescriptions via the links below, by telephone or at the front desk. Any future emails will not be answered.

Healthy apps you may find useful

Here are some healthy apps you may find helpful


Is A and E for me?

You can call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergency. NHS 111 is a fast and easy way to get the right help.