Last updated: Sat 13 Jul 2013

Frome Medical Practice

Frome Medical Practice is one of the largest medical practices in the UK, managing 29,000 patients across 3 teams.

Frome Medical PracticeContact information
Frome Medical Centre
Enos Way
Frome
Somerset BA11 2FH

Lockshill Surgery
95 Locks Hill
Frome
Somerset BA11 1NG

Email general@fromemedicalpractice.nhs.uk
Web www.fromemedicalpractice.co.uklink

Reception telephone lines are open Monday to Friday between 8am and 6.30pm.

All Practice sites are closed Bank Holidays and weekends

Frome Medical Centre
General enquiries 01373 301 300
Appointments 01373 301 301
Home visits / To cancel appt 01373 301 310

Locks Hill
General enquiries 01373 454 446
Appointments 01373 454 446
Home visits / To cancel appt 01373 301 310

Other Surgery Contact numbers

Secretaries
01373 301 314 – Dr Toci, Dr Kennedy, Dr Blackham
01373 301 315 – Dr Merry, Dr Watson, Dr Arnold
01373 301 316 – Dr Cahill, Dr Bungay
01373 301 317 – Dr Powell, Dr Taylor
01373 301 325 – Drs Whitehead, Dr Vose & Dr Kingston, Dr Hall
01373 301 339 – Dr Shepherd, Dr Lewis, Dr Garmston, Dr Wilson
01373 454 446 – Dr Oruz, Dr Iggulden

Health Visitors 03003 230 118
District Nurses 03003 230 117

If you require medical assistance before 8am of after 6.30pm Monday to Friday, or at weekends and during Bank Holidays please click here

Out of Hours

The Practice is responsible for your primary care between the hours of 8am and 6.30pm Monday to Friday.

If you need medical assistance outside of these times please contact NHS111 by telephone 111.

The nearest Accident and Emergency Unit to both Frome & Warminster is based at the Royal United Hospital, Bath

You should dial 999 immediately if you or someone else is seriously ill, for example if someone

  • has had a major accident
  • has problems with breathing
  • has severe chest pains
  • is unconscious
  • has lost a lot of blood

Alternatively there are minor injury units in Frome Community Hospital (8am to 11pm – 7 days a week) and Trowbridge Community Hospital (24/7).

Minor Injury Unit staff can:

  • stitch cuts
  • remove foreign bodies from ears, noses etc
  • remove splinters
  • dress minor wounds, cuts and grazes
  • apply plaster casts
  • provide screening and treatment for Chlamydia and treat
  • sprains and strains
  • minor broken bones
  • minor burns and scalds
  • minor head injuries
  • insect and animal bites
  • minor eye injuries
  • other minor injuries

You can also get medical advice from NHS Direct websitelink or by telephoning 0845 46 47.

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