Winterton Medical Practice


Winterton Medical Practice

Welcome to Winterton Medical Practice in North Lincolnshire.

Welcome to Winterton Medical Practice

All are welcome, regardless of age, sex, race, gender re-assignment, status, disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation, marriage, civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity.

Covid-19 Coronavirus Information

Please follow national guidance on Covid-19 Coronavirus and do not come to the surgery if you have symptoms or live with someone who does. You can check symptoms and learn about what to do by clicking the red COVID 19 box below.

    Important Notice

    There is currently a national issue with supplies at the hospital which are used to carry out certain blood tests. We have therefore been asked to cancel all routine blood tests until further notice. Should your appointment be affected the practice will contact you in due course.

    Thank you for your co-operation

    Important Message

    Dear Patient

    The COVID pandemic has changed our lives in many ways, and this includes the way we see our GPs and other practice staff.

    Despite the huge pressures on the NHS, your GP practice has remained open throughout the pandemic. However, the way your GP is working has changed – this includes making use of phone, video and online consultations where possible to reduce any unnecessary face to face contact. This approach has been taken locally and nationally, and is aimed at minimising the risk ofinfection to you, other patients and your GP staff where possible.

    Primary care is working as a team to ensure that you speak
    to/see the right person at the right time. This may mean that a more appropriate person for your health needs is a physiotherapist, a nurse, a pharmacist or a mental health worker – by contacting your practice by phone or online first, this allows the staff to signpost you to the most appropriate healthcare worker.

    This does not mean practices have stopped face-to-face appointments, and they continue to be offered where safe and necessary. There will always be a need for some patients to see their GP or another clinician in person, and where it is safe to do so and clinically appropriate practices will always ensure this is facilitated.

    Practices also remain committed to making sure their services
    are accessible to those without access to digital consultations, or who struggle to use technology.

    If you have any health concerns, please don’t ignore them. You can seek medical advice in different ways including the use of NHS 111 (online and phone), your GP practice or your pharmacist.


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    If you are:
    • 65 years or over (born on or before 31st March 1956)
    • have a chronic health problem and have had the flu jab in the past Pregnant
    • an unpaid carer
    • 2 & 3 year old (born between 01/09/2016 and 31/08/2018)
    You can book in by telephoning during NORMAL SURGERY HOURS on
    WINTERTON SURGERY - 01724 732202
    BURTON SURGERY - 01724 720202