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Click on the image below to login to SystmOnline.

 

SPECIAL BULLETINS

SystmOnline Tips

If you have any queries with regards to SystmOnline, we have created a "SystmOnline Tips" page to the right of this page to help with using this online system including a few frequently asked questions.

Electronic Data Sharing

Rowden Surgery is offering all of our patients the option to share their records electronically with NHS bodies such as Out of Hours GPs, District Nurses and Hospitals who may be required to assist with your care.

 

To enable you to receive the best possible treatment across the NHS, it would be great if we could share your records.

 

This is only with your explicit consent, please see this page for more information (Click here).

SystmOnline

Please be aware that you are now able to use a different way to order prescriptions and book/cancel appointments online.   

 Please click on the link below for more information about registering:

  SystmOnline

  If you have already registered for this service, please click on the SystmOnline image at the top of the page to order your repeat medication or book a GP appointment. For handy hints about using this service, please see the "SystmOnline Tips" section on the right hand side of this page.

 If you have not registered for SystmOnline, you can still email us at rowden.surgery@nhs.net for any prescription requests or queries.

Who Should I call?

 Please see guide below on who to call when you need medical advice.

Who Should I call.pdf

Friends and Family Feedback

 Starting from the 1st December, along with all other practices, we are asking patients to give feedback on their experience in the surgery following each appointment.  To do this online, please follow the link below or fill out a card in the surgery.

 Friends and Family 

 
 Our main contact email address is: rowden.surgery@nhs.net

 For additional bulletins, please follow this link:

Recent Bulletins

 Jim Milner [Practice Manager]


 

ABOUT THE PRACTICE

The practice was established in 1830 at the Corner House in the Market Place in Chippenham and approaching 200 years later seven doctors work in partnership from the purpose-built premises forming Rowden Medical Partnership.

Rowden Surgery lies adjacent to Chippenham Community Hospital and provides an attractive and functional environment for patients and staff. All facilities for our patients are at ground level with easy access, particularly benefiting the elderly, infirm, those in wheelchairs and those with pushchairs.

At Rowden Surgery, we have greatly valued the doctor/patient relationship and we have fought very hard to maintain our "personal list" system.  This means that every patient has a named doctor from the moment of registration who is responsible for co-ordinating their care.  We believe that continuity of doctor is more important than continuity of record and that delivering a high quality personal consultation remains the cornerstone of modern day general practice.

Opening Hours

Find out when our practice is open, what the GP consulting times are and what to do if you need help when the practice is closed. Find out more

When the surgery is closed

If you require urgent medical assistance which cannot wait until the surgery re-opens, please call the NHS 111 service.  All calls are free from both landlines and mobiles.

Repeat Prescriptions

Do you need to re-order your medication? Visit our prescriptions page and complete the online form. Please allow a week for your prescription if you are collecting from a pharmacy. Find out more

Like To Register?

New to the area and would like to join our practice? We would be happy to help you. Please come to see us and fill in our registration forms. Find out more

(Site updated 06/04/2016)
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