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 Coxhoe Medical Practice

The doctors at Coxhoe Medical Practice work as full-time principals in partnership, along with the other members of the Primary Health Care Team. Some team members are directly employed by the practice and provide both general and specialist services in the surgery. Some specialist services are provided, in the surgery, by other health care professionals who are not directly employed by the practice.


Ask at Reception to book your appointment


To Whom it May Concern Letters (TWIMC)

As from Monday 30th October 2017

All TWIMC letters, and any other support letters will be charged at £15.00 each.

Extended Hours 2018 at Coxhoe Surgery



Thursday 4th January 2018

Tuesday 9th January 2018

Tuesday 16th January 2018

Tuesday 23rd January 2018


Thursday 1st February 2018

Tuesday 6th February 2018

Tuesday 13th February 2018

Thursday 22nd February 2018

Tuesday 27th February 2018


Thursday 8th March 2018

Tuesday 13th March 2018

Thursday 22nd March 2018

Tuesday 27th March 2018


BOOKED APPOINTMENTS ONLY also available at the:

EXTENDED GP ACCESS - Central Durham GP Federation

Need to see a GP or Practice Nurse in the evening or weekends?

GPs in central Durham, Chester le Street and Derwentside are working together to offer extra GP and Practice Nurse appointments from 6.30pm on weekday evenings as well as Saturday full days and Sunday mornings.

Just call your surgery to book any available evening and weekend GP appointments.


Our practice premises have suitable access and toilet facilities for disabled patients.

Our Aims

We will try our best to provide you with the highest possible standard of health care. Please share responsibility with us for your own health and well being and please co-operate with us in taking advice regarding any treatment recommended or prescribed.

We hope that you try to adopt healthy lifestyle habits and ask us for help and advice when necessary. Please co-operate with us by using our, and other NHS, services appropriately and letting us know if you cannot keep any appointments.

(Site updated 17/01/2018)
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