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The building works have now finished. Thank you once again for your patience.

If you are eligible for a flu jab, please book an appointment today.

The next meeting of the Patient Participation Group will take place on Wednesday 23rd November, 6:30-8pm. For more information, please contact the Practice Manager.

Welcome to Overton Park Surgery waiting1

Overton Park Surgery is a friendly, modern  GP practice  in the centre of Cheltenham. 

The practice  has a long and notable history. It was established in 1899 by Doctor Grace Harwood Steward Billings, the first female GP in Cheltenham.  Now we are a very busy and pro-active training practice, with a practice population of 11,800 patients.

All our clinical rooms are on the ground floor, and the building is fully accessible to wheelchair users. Please be advised that there is limited parking on our site, and is primarily for the use of less mobile patients, expectant mothers and parents of young children.

The Practice Team aim to provide a holistic and personal approach to health care with the patient at the centre of decision making.

Continuity of Care

If you have an ongoing health concern or a long term health problem it is helpful to see the same GP, where possible, as they will be familiar with your medical history and personal circumstances. However you are able to see any GP you choose.  

Patient Dignity and Respect

We will provide a chaperone for examinations and procedures undertaken at the practice, and have a quiet room if you wish to speak to a receptionist away from the main reception desk. 

Flu Clinics begin in October

Please support your Surgery and book your flu appointment with us.

Click here for information on Flu and Shingles vaccinations

OPS Autumn Newsletter 2016

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