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After 34 years of loyal and dedicated service to the patients of Barn Close Surgery Dr Thomas Bloch will be retiring on April 30th. The Patient Participation Group have arranged for Dr Bloch to be at the Broadway Hotel on Wednesday 29th April from 6pm until 8pm for patients to come along and have a drink with him and say their goodbyes.  Please come along as they will welcome everyone who wishes to attend.

Our new colleague Dr Chantal Nyenyezi, will be starting with us in May and, in view of the increasing demand on our services, another new General Practitioner, Dr Josie Conquest, will join us in Mid August.

Dr Bloch's patients will be free to see who-ever they choose but we will obviously be encouraging people to see our two new doctors.


Barn Close Surgery is an NHS general medical practice committed to delivering modern, high quality general practice to the local community from our well equipped surgery in the heart of Broadway village.

Our doctors, nurses and all our other staff are dedicated to offering a professional service and this surgery website will help us to keep all our patients up to date with news and information about our practice. We will keep it current with any developments or other details that we feel are relevant to you. 

Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you like. We can use your ideas to improve our online services and further develop the content of this site.


On-line booking of appointments and ordering prescriptions

You can now book appointments and order prescriptions online. At present they are two different systems so you will need a login and password for both. You will need to have already registered at the surgery to use this service.

Please CLICK HERE for Online Repeat Prescription Ordering

Please CLICK HERE for Online Booking of Appointments

You can download the consent form by clicking on the link below. Please remember to bring photo ID when you return the form to reception.

Patient Access Consent .pdf



The doctors at the surgery offer 10 minute face to face appointments which run all day, apart from 1-3pm when the GPs perform house visits and have multidisciplinary team meetings with health visitors, social workers, district nurses etc....

We DO NOT offer telephone consultations.

There is no time in the day for telephone consultations.

Best clinical practice is to see patients face to face.

If you need the advice of a doctor then please do NOT phone to speak to that doctor, but instead make an appointment to see them. Appointments can be pre-booked in advance.

If your query is regarding a hospital appointment, then we cannot help you. You need to speak to the secretary of the consultant you are under at the relevent hopsital. Hospital telephone numbers can be found elsewhere on this site.

Thankyou for your consideration.


Please DO NOT request medical advice or try to contact the doctors via any forms/email addresses on this website.

The GPs have made a decision not to deal with any medical queries or requests for medical advice via email. This is because confidentiality cannot be guaranteed and there is no way of knowing when an email will be read.

If you need medical advice, then please make an appointment to see your doctor.

To order repeat prescriptions click on the prescription tab above or the box below

NB The process has now changed and you will need to register the first time you use it. 

You must check your email after first registering and follow the instructions to complete the registration process.

Only then will you be able to order items.

If you have already registered to use this service you can Order your Repeat Prescriptions Online and access your Medical Record Online by clicking below

(Site updated 14/04/2015)
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