Please sign this petition to change the One Mile Rule on dispensing - save your rural pharmacy!
Rural dispensing practices in this country need to all sign this petition (including your patients) to keep rural dispensing safe and secure for the future
Petitions can be found at https://petition.parliament.uk/ Please download this poster for more information One Mile Rule Poster
Evening & Weekend Appointments now available - please see Opening Times / Improved Access for information
We now have evening and weekend appointments through a new Wiltshire initiative. This is provided by sharing responsibility for out of hours care with other practices in Salisbury. Please see our Opening Times section for more information. Look in the Improved Access tab.
At the end of March, Dr Chet will be stepping down as a Partner at 3C and moving on to new adventures. He has been a part of 3C from the beginning and will be missed. We wish him all the best and are grateful for his hard work over the years.
There have been changes to the prescribing of 35 over-the-counter medicines - please click here for more details
See Prescriptions / Over The Counter Medicines for more information
When our patients from the more rural areas sign up to have their medicines dispensed by Pharmacy2U or any similar company, the practice loses part of its dispensing income. The greater the loss of dispensing income, the greater the threat to the viability of our surgeries.
If the practice were no longer able to afford village surgeries, the health and wellbeing of all of us would be affected, but particularly that of the most vulnerable members of our community. Please see the article from Dr Sam Dominey of Three Chequers Medical Practice in our footer link to understand more on this matter.
When we are closed if you urgently need to see a doctor please call 111
VACANCIES (click here) We are currently recruiting!! Please see link for the positions available.
Please see Staff Vacancies in our footer. Call into our Endless Street Surgery to request an application pack.
Thank you to so many of our patients who are willing to give up their time to attend PPG meetings. We have reached a point where we have a maximum number of attendees at the PPG meetings and we are working on formalising roles and the work of the group. Further details will follow shortly.
In the meantime if you spot any opportunities for improvement and would like to let us know, please contact Sue Bramley, Practice Manager.
If you have a specific complaint, please refer to the Practice complaints procedure.