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Welcome to the Barkantine Practice Online

barkantine-consult-from-home.jpg We aim to offer appointments when you want them in comfortable surroundings with polite and friendly staff. We want all patients to get an appointment and a service to suit their lifestyle.

Yes you can!

  • Get a routine appointment within 48 hours
  • Book an appointment a least 2 weeks ahead if you want to
  • Get an appointment as early as 8.00am or as late as 8.00pm.
  • Book a GP telephone consultation if you find that more convenient

In addition to the GPs we offer a wide range of other services including: Home Visits, Psychologist, Health Visitors, Baby Clinic, Antenatal Clinic, Family Planning, Blood Clinics, New Patient Health Checks, Nurse Clinics

Barkantine Walk In Centre

We operate a walk-in Centre  which is open from 8.00am to 8.00pm, 7 days a week including weekends and bank holidays. Everybody is welcome to use the service. No appointment is necessary; you just walk in and wait. Please note that at busy times the wait can be up to 4 hours. Please also note that, though we are open until 8pm, you may be turned away before 8pm if the walk in centre is already very busy.


(Site updated 17/04/2014)
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Bank Holiday on 18th and 21st April: Opening Hours

During the bank holiday, our Walk-in Centre is open as usual from 8 am to 8 pm.However, our regular GP service is closed during the bank holiday. If you require urgent medical advice please call 02073777151 for out of hours service.

CQC Inspection Report

Care Quality Commission inspected the Barkantine Practice on 18th December 2013. To read the inspection report please click on  CQC Inspection Report .

The Anchor

The Barkantine's newsletter, The Anchor (previous and current editions) are now available to read. 
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