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Welcome to Stockwood Medical Centre


 Open for Business - You can still contact your GP, 111 online or call 111 for help.  If you are told to go to hospital, you must go.  We'll give you the care you need.


We are confident that our website will provide clear and concise help and give our patients the information they require in an easy and convenient format. It has been designed with the patient’s needs at the forefront of everything, from checking surgery times to letting us know what you think of us.


Our Mission Statement


Staff Update


Dr Mark Byron is due to retire at the end of June, though he is aware that his help may be needed during the COVID-19 crisis.  He has worked here for nearly 30 years and he wishes to say a few parting words.  "It has been a privilege working here at Stockwood Medical centre, and I wish to thank this wonderful community for supporting me throughout my time here.  I have loved working at the surgery and will miss you all, but I do know that we have a fantastic team here who will continue to provide you with first class care.  Thank you again, Mark"

Dr Heather Colyer will be joining the surgery in June 2020. She completed her GP training in Yorkshire working in central Leeds and Sheffield.  Her interests include women's health, skin conditions and palliative care. Outside of work she is usually running on trails, hiking up mountains or planning travelling adventures. We wish her a warm welcome.


Corona Virus Advice


Because of the Covid-19 outbreak, we have suspended all GP face to face appointments at the surgery. Instead, we will be offering telephone only appointments. The doctor or nurse practitioner will try to deal with your problem by telephone if at all possible and will arrange a face to face appointment if required.

Please be patient as the telephone lines may be busy.  We will update you as Public Guidance changes.

If you have a fever or new continuous cough, self isolate for 14 days and see the online NHS guidance on the management of symptoms.  DO NOT visit the surgery, pharmacy or hospital.  Visit NHS 111 online.

This is a fast-changing situation and we appreciate your patience and cooperation while GP services across the country adapt to this pandemic.  Please follow this link for more detailed information

Follow this link for advice on home isolation



For the latest government advice click here

 Reduce the spread of the virus ensure you wash your hands regularly


Routine appointments

If you have a routine appointment booked, eg for injections or dressings, still attend your appointment if you have not been notified of a cancellation.


Child Immunisations Clinic

Child immunisations will take place on Tuesdays, but please DO NOT BRING SIBLINGS.  When you arrive ensure we have your mobile number and you will then be asked to remain in your car with your baby until you are telephoned by the nurse for the injection.


Providing proof of coronavirus absence from work

People unable to work for more than seven days because of coronavirus can obtain an isolation note through the NHS website and NHS 111 online. After answering a few questions, an isolation note will be emailed to the user. If you don’t have an email address, you can have the note sent to a trusted family member or friend, or directly to your employer. The service can also be used to generate an isolation note on behalf of someone else.


Organisations providing support during COVID-19?

Here are details of various organisations providing support during this time

Bristol City Council volunteer hotline           Bristol City Council volunteer hotline        National Food Service Hotline

Sirona Covid volunteer postcard frontSirona Covid volunteer postcard back                  Every Mind Matters


Greater Stockwood Alliance Newsletter May 2020

Displaying Coronavirus symptoms?

HELP the NHS coordinate its response and build up additional data on the COVID-19 outbreak.  Go to and answer a short series of questions about your experience.  This will help the NHS plan its response to the outbreak indicating when and where more resources like oxygen, ventilators and additional staff might be need.  NHS is particularly keen for anyone who thinks they may be displaying potential coronavirus systems, no matter how mild, to complete it.

This is not a triage or clinical advice tool, visit 111 online for medical advice about your symptoms.

The "Principle Trial" - Evaluating potential treatments for COVID-19 in older people

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) can be more severe in older people, and people with underlying health conditions.  At the moment, there are no specific treatments that we know definitely work against COVID-19. We urgently need research to find medicines that help people get better quickly and stop them needing to go to hospital.  Click here find out more about the trial, who can take part, and what the trial involves.


Run out of your medicines?

This is the phone number and contact details to help you to access the adult community NHS health services you receive from Sirona in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.

Sirona Care and Health

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