We are now taking bookings for our flu clinic which is being held on Saturday 23rd September.

We are also holding a shingles/flu clinic for those of you who are eligible for both vaccines on 23rd September.

Please contact reception on 01271 329004 to check whether you are eligible and to make an appointment.


Thank you to our patients who completed the national patient survey for Brannam Medical Centre. We have now received the results and would like to share these with you. Please click here to view the results.


We use a messaging system called MJOG which allows us to contact our patients by text and voice message. We have been using this to invite our patients in for their seasonal flu vaccinations, chronic disease recalls and also for appointment reminders.

We would like to make our patients aware that if you receive a voice message starting 'This is a message from Brannam Medical Centre' it is a genuine message from us and please listen to the message all the way through and you will be able to respond.

If you do not wish to receive messages in this way, please contact the reception team.

National Diabetes Audit (NDA): Helping to improve diabetes care

Brannam Medical Centre is taking part in an important national project about diabetes care and treatment in the NHS. Please click here for more information.


Please remember to arrive at least 5 minutes before your appointment to give your heart rate a chance to steady. Please wear loose clothing and refrain from Caffeine and Nicotine for at least 30 minutes prior to your Blood Pressure appointment.

Medical Training


Medical education is one of the things we believe is important and that we can do well. Medical students from different universities come to our practice to learn about medicine and primary care. We are grateful if you feel able to see students and to let them examine you when this is appropriate. Everything you tell them is entirely confidential, exactly as it is with your own doctor. You are of course free to decline to see our students and this will not affect your medical care.

Medical students never make the final decisions - they will always discuss your care with the GP who will then check that you are satisfied with the outcome of the consultation.

Qualified doctors known as Registrars may also join the practice to gain more experience before taking their post graduate MRCGP examinations. They may well be with us for 6 to 12 months, working closely with one of the partners as their trainer

Med Students

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