5th Nov 2020

Update from Caistor Health Centre for Lockdown time (05/11/2020 – 02/12/2020)

Due to Government’s new corona virus guidelines, which are applicable from 05/11/2020; we would like to inform you that, at the present time, the surgery will be only allowing patients in to the building who have a pre-booked appointment. If you are early for your appointment, you will be asked you wait in your car or in the Foyer. Our receptionists are dealing with telephone calls and our Nurse and GP appointments will be as usual, but mostly over telephone for the safety of the patients and the staff. For the latest COVID-19 advice, please visit

We will be updating you on a regular basis with further information according to the government guidelines.

5th Nov 2020

Face Masks/Face Coverings

We are asking all patients and visitors that need to attend the surgery to wear a face mask / face covering that covers your nose and mouth. This is to protect both patients, visitors and staff. The surgery is unable to give these out. The surgery is unable to supply exemption letters for patients to be excused from wearing a face mask / face covering, and further information can be obtained from the website.

5th Nov 2020

It’s that time of year to get your flu vaccination…..

We are preparing for our flu clinics and would like our patients to have their flu vaccination carried out at the surgery. If you are 65 or over, have a long term condition, are a carer, are pregnant or work within the health sector. Please contact the surgery to arrange your flu vaccination.

We want to vaccinate you against flu.

please contact the surgery to make an appointment.

5th Nov 2020


The hospital has informed us that there is a national shortage of reagents used in medical laboratories. This means that only a small number of urgent bloods can be processed. We do not have a date for the return of normal services, however we have been told that it could mean a delay of a few weeks. Please be aware that this is affecting all GP practices and Hospitals throughout the country. We will be contacting patients to inform them of this who have appointments booked. Please be re-assured that urgent bloods will be processed and if the surgery feels that your bloods are urgent you will not be contacted, and you should attend for your appointment.  We appreciate your patience during this difficult time. Please be patient and remember that this is a national shortage and it is out of the surgery control. Thank you.


5th Nov 2020


From the 16th February 2018 you can call the surgery between the hours of 11.00am and 2.00pm to ask for your blood or X-ray results. For blood tests please allow at least a week and for X-rays please allow 14 days from when your test was done.