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Cringleford Surgery

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Cringleford Surgery
(adjacent to Cringleford Primary School)
Cantley Lane
(off Keswick Road)
Appointments 01603 455379

All other enquiries Tel 01603 454678

We are a Practice committed to providing the highest standard of medical care for all our patients.  Our aim is to provide a friendly, high quality, efficient and local service from our modern purpose built premises. We believe in building long term relationships with our patients and involving them in decision making about their health care. Our well equipped surgery is within walking distance of the village of Cringleford and will have a cycle route connecting it to the new Round House development.

Cringleford Surgery is part of a group of surgeries known as the Humbleyard Practice.  Our other surgeries are at Hethersett and Mulbarton.

The Partners at Cringleford

Dr Siobhan Rowe GMC No: 3296194 Graduated 1988 MBBS, DRCOG, DCH, DFFP, MRCGP, DPD
Dr Jocelyn Harwood GMC No: 3261772 Graduated 1987 MBBS, DRCOG, DGUM, DFFP, MRCGP
Dr Edward Pinch GMC No: 4110664 Graduated 1995 MBBS MRCS, MRCGP

How to contact us?

Appointments telephone number  01603 455379
You will be offered the first available appointment with the Doctor of your choice.
You can book appointments up to six weeks in advance.
Short appointments are always available “on the day” for matters that crop up at short notice.
We offer telephone appointments during morning surgery. If you feel that your problem can be dealt with over the phone please let the receptionists know.

For all other enquiries including requests for visits, prescriptions please telephone 01603 454678.

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