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Should I go to A&E?

Have you got an urgent problem or emergency? See the Further Information link below to help you decide what to do first.

You can make doctor appointments on line

You can now make non emergency doctor appointments via our on line system. Please ring us to register to use the system. Once registered, you can click on the box on the main page and start to use the service.

Minor Illness Nurses

All nurse Minor Illness appointments now work on a "triage" basis. Patients who ring with minor illnesses which can normally be seen by a nurse will not be given an appointment straight away (except in some circumstances), but will be called back within an hour or so by one of the specialist nurses, who will discuss your problems over the phone. They may call you down to the surgery for an appointment or may be able to deal with your problem over the phone.

In many cases a trip to the surgery can be avoided, which saves you time, and also frees up more appointments for more specialist problems.

Is Bromham Surgery more convenient for you?

Our surgery in Molivers Lane, Bromham provides a complete service for patients, including regular doctors and   

Nurses appointments, and a Dispensary.

Parking at Bromham is free.

Doctors hold surgeries every morning and nurse clinics are held every day, including  Tuesday afternoons.

If you would like to be seen at Bromham please ask reception when you make an appointment.

Out of Hours

For ‘out-of-hours’, please phone 01234 350022 which will automatically redirect you to the BEDOC ‘out of hours’ service.

Urgent Appointments

Urgent cases will be offered an appointment on the same day; however this may not be with the doctor of your choice. In the event of the doctor’s appointment list being full or if he/she is unavailable, you will be offered an appointment with another clinician.

Cancelling your Appointment

If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone or use the link at the bottom of this page to cancel your appointment.

By giving us as much notice as you can you are helping us to make sure that someone else is given your slot  

Click here to visit the Sexual Health Clinic.

Click here to visit the Travel Clinic.

Welcome to De Parys Medical Centre



 Dr Vrinda Patil                  

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We are pleased to welcome a new lady doctor, Dr Vrinda Patil, who has joined the Practice with effect from 1 July 2015.

 Travel Centre


We are a MASTA accredited travel clinic and can provide advice and immunisation for all your travel requirements.   

You do not need to be registered with us to use these services.

See further information under the "Clinics and Services" tab, or call us for details.


De Parys Medical Centre is Research Active. Conducting high quality clinical research helps us to keep improving NHS care by finding out which treatments work best.

You might be asked to take part in a research study. Taking part is voluntary, and can be a rewarding experience.

  Dr Penny Baker

 Have you done the test?

Many of you will know that Dr Baker has now retired. We wish her a long and happy retirement. Patients registered with Dr Baker will automatically be transferred to either Dr Ali (surnames A-J) or Dr Khatri (surnames K-Z) from 1 July.


We welcome your feedback, and always listen to ideas about how we can improve our services

Click on the Friend & Family Test link  to complete the survey

 Training Practice

 Starting University?             

We are a training practice affiliated to the University of Cambridge. We will have medical students placed with us from time to time.

We will always inform you if a medical student is observing or conducting your consultation, and you have the right to tell us if you do not want students to be involved in your care.  Medical students are bound to the same standards of confidentiality as all clinical and support staff.

We consider our training role to be important to ensure our standards remain high, and to train the next generation of doctors. 

 Cases of meningitis are rising, due to a particularly deadly strain. University students are at high risk of infection because they tend to live in close contact in shared accommodation.

Students going to university for the first time should contact the surgery to have the Meningitis ACWY vaccine.

We are offering a Saturday clinic on 22 August - please phone for details.  Text messages have been sent to eligible students where we have a mobile number of record.

 Patient Participation Group

 Surgery Closures 

The 2014/15 report is now available  - to view please click on the orange Patient Group tab (to the right)

Our latest newsletter is now published and can be obtained from the surgery or by clicking here.  

The next closure session is on 22 Sept.  Please arrange to collect prescriptions before 3pm.  These occasional closure sessions allow us to have time for training. 

To see a full list of closure dates click on the Opening Hours tab at the top of the page


For appointments and prescriptions please use the Online Services link above. Alternatively, just click here.
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