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 Welcome to Brook Square Surgery

Brook Square Surgery aims to provide a comprehensive, personal and professional service within an accessible, modern and comfortable environment at all times. 

The surgery has excellent access facilities. 

Consulting rooms are available on ground and first floors –and there is a lift for patients requiring access to clinical areas.

Do you have a question regarding shielding?

If you have been identified as clinically extremely vulnerable, you will previously have received a letter from the NHS or from your GP telling you this. You may have been advised to shield in the past.

You will receive a letter from NHS England advising you to shield if necessary. PLEASE DO NOT TELEPHONE THE PRACTICE.

If you are unsure on whether you are clinically extremely vulnerable, please see the below link for more information.

We are encouraging our patients to download Airmid App onto your pc or phone. This is so you can book appointments, vaccinations, and order medication online.  You may have received a text message from us. If you can, please download the App - its free to use.

If you do not have a smartphone or pc, the Surgery will ring you to book your Covid-19 vaccination. PLEASE DO NOT PHONE THE SURGERY.

Information and link to download Airmid is here:

Order your repeat prescription here - if you need a log on please contact the practice.

Contact the practice with a query or a medical enquiry here.

Please check your emails as we may respond to you in this way.



Need support with mental health? Please contact TEWV for specialist help and advice.

TEWV Mental Health details

Please note that Brook Square Surgery are unable to carry out Covid-19 Testing.

If you are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms please visit or telephone 119 to book a test.

Covid-19 Update

The surgery has continued to provide services to our patients during the pandemic. However we have had to change the way we carry out our consultations for your safety, and the safety of our staff. We are available via telephone, online, video; and we will see patients 'face to face' where there is a clinical need to do so. We have made lots of adjustments in practice to ensure social distancing and infection control measures can be carried out.

Thank you to all our patients for your cooperation during these unprecedented times, if you have any concerns regarding your health, we are still here for you.  


(Site updated 26/04/2021)
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