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Welcome to Faversham Medical Practice

Welcome to the website for the merged former practices of Dr Logan & Partners and Cross Lane Medical Practice.

  • The surgery will be closed over the bank holiday weekend (27th, 28th and 29th May 2017). The surgery will be open again at 8am on Tuesday 30th May 2017. Out-of-hours GP cover can be accessed by dialing 111.
    The Minor Injury Unit will still be open from 8am-8pm every day and will be able to see any Minor Injuries or Minor Illness whilst the surgery is closed. This is open to all patients, whether you are registered with a Faversham GP or not.
    When the practice is closed, please dial 111 if you;
    - Need medical help fast, but it's not a 999 emergency
    - Don't know who to call for medical help or don't have a GP
    - Think you need to go to A&E or another NHS urgent care service
    - Need health information or reassurance about what to do next.

Faversham Minor Injuries Unit

The practice now runs the Minor Injuries Unit at the Faversham Health Centre.

It is available to all patients both in and out of Faversham.

It is open from 8 AM till 8 PM 7 days a week, including Bank Holidays.

You can get help for any Minor Injuries, cuts, wounds, grazes, eye and ear injuries, bites, abscesses, falls, burns, sprains, strains and foreign bodies.

You can also get treatment for Minor Illnesses for problems like infections, rashes, coughs and colds when your GP surgery is closed

X-Ray

Patient can get their X-Rays done at Faversham Health Centre between 10am-4pm Monday to Friday. Patients need to bring with them the forms provided by their GP and do not need to book an appointment. All X-Ray are linked to the local hospital trust for viewing.

CQC

We are pleased to announce our overall CQC rating as "Good" with several areas as "Outstanding".

(Site updated 25/05/2017)
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