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Welcome to Beccles Medical Centre 

Welcome to our website. We hope you will find the information provided is useful and that the website is easy to navigate. We have included information about the practice and our services as well as general information about health and wellbeing. There are also links to enable you to use EMIS Access to book appointments, order repeat prescriptions and view some parts of your electronic medical record online as well as provide us with certain information about you such as any change of address. Please see Appointments tab.

Beccles Medical Centre serves more than 20,000 patients from the town of Beccles and the surrounding villages. The practice is housed in three adjacent buildings in the grounds of the local community hospital. This is a friendly, stable partnership, with five of the Partners having worked together since 2002. We have been involved in teaching medical students from the University of East Anglia since 2005 and have also obtained Training Practice Status.

For further information, click here to view our practice booklet.


FLU CLINICS will be held at Beccles Medical Centre on the following dates:

Saturday 26th September 2015 - surnames A- G

Saturday 3rd October 2015 - surnames H - R

Saturday 17th October 2015 - surnames S - Z and catch up

All Sessions 8:30am to 11:30am

A team of clinicians will be giving flu immunisations throughout the morning on each of these days.  There is no need to book an appointment - just turn up

[no other GP health services will be available at these sessions]

Flu immunisation is available to anyone age 65 or over and to those patients in an 'at risk' group:-

  • heart problems
  • stroke
  • diabetes
  • respiratory diseases causing breathing problems [asthma, COPD, chronic bronchitis]
  • kidney and liver disease
  • patients with a weakened immune system
  • pregnant women
  • patients in long stay residential homes
  • carers for an elderly or disable person

If you are unsure whether you are entitled to a flu vaccination, please ask at reception



Following a CQC inspection on 6th October 2014, we are pleased to announce the practice has been awarded an overall result of GOOD.

The practice is rated as follows in the following five areas:











To read the full report, please visit the CQC website at:



Patients over the age of 16 can register for internet access which will enable them to do the following:

  • book a 'telephone consultation'
  • book a 'Face to Face' appointment with their 'usual' GP'
  • request repeat prescriptions
  • change contact details
  • view some parts of their electronic medical record [current medication, immunisations & allergies]

Patients need to request registration in person and cannot ask on behalf of someone else. Each person will need to bring two forms of identification: a form of photo ID (passport, driving licence, bus pass) and a recent utility bill/bank statement that confirms their name and address.  Once we have seen and verified appropriate ID patients will be issued a document from the practice giving details of the registration process and an individual passcode to enable access.

Please note patients wishing to access parts of their medical record online [current medication, immunisations & allergies] will need to complete a patient agreement, available from reception - this is recommended by the RCGP and is intended to keep patients data as secure as possible.   For patients requiring access to other areas of their record, please enquire at reception.

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