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QUEEN CAMEL MEDICAL CENTRE ONLINE CONSULTATION - Engage Connect Services - Click on the icon on the homepage

  • IMPORTANT: Coronavirus

    For patients concerned that they may have coronavirus or may have come into contact with someone who has, the NHS 111 online service has created coronavirus pages that tell patients what they should do based on their particular circumstances.  These can be accessed at:


    Suitable for all ages and fitness levels, classes last an hour including warm up.

    Meet in the waiting room of the surgery.

    Queen Camel Medical Practice 01935 850225

    Please register your interest NOW and ask to speak to Marie for more information.


    *For patients only * Join us for walks in and around Queen Camel and the surrounding Villages. Walks will last around 30 to 45 minutes

    For more information contact: Julia Booth, 01935 462462

  • ONLINE ACCESS - Book your appointments & order your medication online

If you don't currently have access and you would like to book your appointments and order your repeat medication online you need to request a 'Emis Access Registration Letter' from us.  You can do this dropping into the surgery, please bring with you some form of ID such as a driving license we can then provide you with your  EMIS access codes.   Thank you.  Please see attached Statement of Intent.


Phlebotomy (Blood) appointments are now available to book through EMIS Access.  Please remember these appointments are for routine blood appointments (for anyone who has bloods done regularly for medication or a medical condition) or a blood test which the doctor has requested you have done.  If you have any queries please contact reception on 01935 850225.  Thank you.


Queen Camel Medical Centre can offer first point of contact (FPOC) access to a musculoskeletal physiotherapist on a Wednesday morning.  Patients DO NOT have to have seen or spoken to a GP to access these clinics.  They specifically treat people with recent onset joint and back pain not associated with any other medical condition.  To book an appointment at one of these clinics ring our reception team and request an MSK Physio appointment, be prepared to answer a few questions about your condition to ensure you are being seen in the most appropriate clinic.  Please note, there is also the opportunity to see an MSK practitioner at Bruton Surgery, Millbrook Surgery and Milborne Port Surgery at other times throughout the week. These appointments can also be booked via the Queen Camel reception team.

  • Data Extraction Service from Health & Social Care

Please click on this link for further information.


Find out when we are open and when you can see a member of the team

Call the Office on 01935 850225

Monday to Friday
8.00am - 18.30pm
(8.00am - 8.30am - for medical emergencies only)

8.30am - 11.15am

Contact our Dispensary on 01935 850379

If you would like to speak to a dispenser please call between 9.30 - 11.00.  If you would like to order a repeat prescription please call and leave a message on our answerphone.

Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday
8.45am - 13.00pm
15.30pm - 18.25pm


Are you a male aged over 65? Contact us for some screening advice 

Men aged 65 over can now self refer for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) screening. This is an enlargement of the main artery in the body and men who are most at risk include those with a family history, high blood pressure or smoke/have ever smoked. 

If you would like to be screened to detect this (the screening involves a short painless ultrasound scan) then please call 01823 344567 to book a convenient appointment. 

Click here to see how Queen Camel compare to other surgeries in Somerset and nationally


 We have recently signed up for this please click here to see our five sign up safety pledges.

The 2020 GP Patient Survey

Your views can help improve local GP and health services. Some patients registered at this GP practice will soon be invited to take part in a national survey about their experiences of local NHS services. It covers issues that concern patients, such as access to care and satisfaction with treatment. If you receive a questionnaire, please help NHS England by filling it in as soon as possible. It is really important that we hear your views, even if you have received a questionnaire like this before. Your response will help us to improve GP practices and other local NHS services so they better meet your needs.

The current survey will run until the end of March 2020, visit to find out more.

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