Welcome to Buttercross Health Centre
PATIENT INFORMATION UPDATE
We are now working together with llchester Surgery to offer our patients joint services across both GP practices. This means that registered patients at Buttercross Health Centre may also be offered an appointment at Ilchester Surgery.
Buttercross Health Centre is open Monday - Friday between 8.00 am and 6.30 pm (6.30 - 7.30 pm pre-bookable appointments only)
If you are a registered patient at Buttercross Health Centre, but live closer to Ilchester and would prefer to see a member of the healthcare team there, please let our reception teams know when booking an appointment.
There is no need to change your registration details. When you require an appointment, or medical advice you can ring our joint surgery switchboard by calling either 01458 272473, or 01935 840207.
Ilchester Surgery is open Monday - Friday 9 am - 4 pm.
Please note that Ilchester Surgery is closed between 1-2 pm for essential administration and training)
How can joint services be offered?
In April 2016, Buttercross Health Centre and Ilchester Surgery were one of the first GP practices to join together into a larger NHS healthcare organisation; Symphony Healthcare Services that was created to offer support to GP practices to help strengthen primary care services in Somerset.
By joining GP practices together, we aim to help GP practices to meet the growing challenges of recruiting and retaining enough doctors and specialist healthcare teams to continue to provide the high quality healthcare services needed by our patients today and in to the future.
By offering joint services across two practices means we are able to offer a wider, more flexible range of healthcare services. For more information on the joint services now on offer please visit the latest news page.
Symphony Healthcare Services, is not privatised healthcare and is a subsidiary of Yeovil Hospital, proving NHS healthcare services. For more information on Symphony Healthcare Services please visit the website
If you require any medical assistance or advice outside of opening hours, please call NHS 111. If you have a serious injury, or life threatening medical emergency you should call 999, or visit the hospital's A & E department.
(Site updated 06/10/2017)