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Langport Surgery & Pharmacy

langport surgery

The health and welfare of a community rely on the hard work of different professionals. Langport Surgery is a general practice clinic in a quiet location just off North Street. Therefore, making it easily accessible.

Seven doctors, with the support of several other healthcare professionals, including registered general nurses (working as nurse practitioners), provide care to the Langport community.

The surgery has a large catchment area, including Aller, Low Ham, High Ham, Kingsbury Episcopi, Curry Rivel and other small villages around. Click here for a detailed map of the Langport surgery practice boundary and catchment area.

Surgery Telephone Number 01458 250464

You can contact the surgery during the hours below Monday to Friday. Like many other GP surgeries around the country, appointments are only available to book on the day. Reception opening times are also in the table below.

Opening times may change to accommodate special clinics, including weekend opening for Flu clinics, for example.

Remember, for non-urgent health matters you can book an appointment online using the NHS Patient Access portal. This could be an option for a routine check-up or you have other matters you would like to discuss with your doctor.

Langport surgery opening hours

The surgery is open 5 days of the week. Wednesday is a late surgery day and the clinic is open for an extra hour.

Langport clinic specialists hold a Saturday clinic seasonally for flu vaccinations or depending on other clinical requirements.

Reception DeskReception Telephone Line
Monday- Friday8:30am – 6:30pm8:00am – 6:30pm
Wednesday8:30am – 7:30pm8:00am – 6:30pm
Saturday* & SundayClosedClosed
 Dispensary DeskDispensary Repeat Telephone
Monday- Friday8:30am – 6:15pm9:30-11am & 3-4:30pm
Wednesday8:30am – 7:00pm9:30-11am & 3-4:30pm

Who are the doctors at Langport surgery?

There are seven doctors at Langport surgery who work a variety of hours to ensure the surgery is adequately staffed. Dr. Myriam Groessens is currently the only female doctor on staff. Other female medical staff includes Nurse Practitioners, Lois Parsons, Sharon Smith, and Deborah Rarity. Find out more about the nursing team at Langport surgery by clicking on the button below to go to the relevant page on the practice website.

Surgery Nurses

Dr Richard Balai

Qualified: Kings College Hospital London 1983

Dr Adrian J Stewart

Qualified: St Thomas Hospital London 1986MB BS FPC DRCOG

Dr Myriam Groessens

Qualified: Katholieke University BelgiumMD DFFP MRCGP DRCOG

Dr Richard Speke

Qualified: St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London 1998MB BS DRCOG

Dr Christoph Kollmeier

Qualified: University of Cologne, Germany 2003MRCGP, PhD, DFFP, DGM

Dr Anthony Webb

Qualified: Birmingham University Medical School 1985MB ChB, MRCGP, DOH

Dr David Gauld

Qualified: University of London 1987
​​​​MB BS 

Registration for new patients

If you have recently moved to Langport and would like to register with the practice, you can do so.

You will need to complete an application form, together with providing some documents to prove your identity. Patient fraud within the NHS is a big thing so you will need to provide a few documents together with your registration form.

Find out more about the documents you need, and to download a copy of the forms on the surgery links below.

Click Here To Register

Can I get a repeat prescription from Langport Surgery dispensary?

The onsite dispensary at the surgery ensures you can take away any medicines the doctors prescribe soon after your appointment.

If any medicines are not in stock, you can fill your prescription on the local High Street Boots branch on Bow Street. The staff at Boots are friendly and it’s only a short walk away from the surgery.

The beautiful thing about living in Langport is that everything is within reach and you could literally walk everywhere if you wish.

Other facilities available at Langport surgery

You can use a self-service blood pressure testing machine in the lobby of the surgery. The machine is easy to use and you can obtain a printout which you can give to the nurse at reception.

The results can be added to your file at the surgery and just for your personal interest, you can pop in anytime to check your blood pressure.