We will be running a COVID vaccination clinic in the Five Ways Community Centre on Sat 10th April from 9.30AM.  The booking link is available here.  All eligible patients are welcome at this clinic (anyone aged over 50 or clinically vulnerable).  Further information is available here for any of our Muslim patients who will be preparing for Ramadan.


We will be closed on Tuesday 13th April from 12.30 as we will be delivering COVID vaccinations to some of our care home patients. We will reopen Wednesday 14th April at 8AM


Please remember that we have a voicemail facility (select option 2 when you call the practice) to request repeat medications, these will be actioned within 2 working days and sent to your nominated pharmacy. This will help ensure our reception phone lines are accessible to those that need our help. Thank you


Please use the link or call 119


Bookings are now open as follows:

All patients aged 50 and over can now book using the following link: 

Clinically vulnerable patients or carers can book using this link: 

Appointments for the local vaccination centres are being opened on a phased basis by age.  Appointments are added regularly so if there are none showing when you click the link please try again at a later date/time.

You may also receive a letter from NHS England inviting you to a national vaccination centre. Our closest centre is Mansfield so you may prefer to wait for your age cohort to be open at the local sites.

Eligible patients who are unable to book online or need assistance (transport) to go to a vaccination centre should call the booking line on 0115 8834640.  

Patients who have previously suffered from an anaphylaxis reaction should call the Nottingham University Hospitals booking line on 0115 8404777 to have their vaccination appointment at QMC or City hospitals.

Patients who are housebound should have now been contacted to arrange a home visit for a vaccination.

Thank you for your patience


Patients who need to provide confirmation of their vaccination status for example for their workplace or for travel purposes can download the NHS App and will find the vaccination details recorded in the Acute medications sections. 

NHS app

Using a face covering when visiting the practice

The Government has recently advised everyone to wear a face covering when out and about, therefore we are requesting that patients please wear a face covering before entering the practice.

The practice has a legal responsibility to protect staff and patients from risks associated with COVID-19 and wearing a face covering is an added precaution that may have some benefit in reducing the likelihood that a person with the infection passes it on.

A medical grade clinical mask is not necessary, these need to be prioritised to clinical staff. Instead, for patients who are visiting healthcare sites, a face covering is sufficient and there is guidance for people to make these at home with items they may already own.

Children under 2 are not required to wear face masks and children under 5 do not need to wear face coverings if they cannot use them without assistance.

Coronavirus Update

Please look at our COVID-19 Frequently asked questions page for further useful information

NHS  Coronoavirus Overview

Self-isolate if you or anyone in your household has symptoms.

The practice will remain open for patients with pre-booked appointments which need to be completed face to face however, please do not come to the surgery if you do not have an appointment. 

The front door will be locked so if you do have an appointment please speak with the reception team who are now available at the front window of the practice. Please attend alone, or if a child with 1 parent/guardian only.

If you have an appointment please do not attend if you have a new continuous cough or fever.

All queries must be made via the telephone.  If you have a prescription to collect please call us and we will arrange to send it to a local pharmacy.

Check the links at the top of the page for information on symptoms

You must not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.

You do not need to contact 111 to tell them you're staying at home unless you are not well enough to carry on your normal activities.

Further advice and useful information from the government can be found through the link below Corona virus guidance

We thank you for your co-operation at this difficult time.

Please look at our COVID-19 Frequently asked questions page for further useful information

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Tudor House Medical Practice - We are pleased to report that following our inspection on 1 March 2016 the practice was rated as "GOOD". Read the full report here.

Review carried out on 9 August 2019

During an annual regulatory review

We reviewed the information available to us about Tudor House Medical Practice on 9 August 2019. We did not find evidence of significant changes to the quality of service being provided since the last inspection. As a result, we decided not to inspect the surgery at this time. We will continue to monitor this information about this service throughout the year and may inspect the surgery when we see evidence of potential changes.

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