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Omar Ahmad - Pharmacist Prescriber

Omar will be providing clinics for minor ailments, medication reviews,

asthma management and other conditions. We would like to welcome Omar to the team.

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Welcome to Spring Terrace

Health Centre


The doctors and staff at Spring Terrace Health Centre surgery in North Shields are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.  We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations.

The practice premises provides suitable access for all disabled patients.

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New walk-in clinics at the surgery

In February Walk-in GP clinics will be available for patients each morning on the following dates:

Thurs 4th Feb

Wed 10th Feb 

Thurs 18th Feb 

Wed 24th Feb

Patients should be prepared to wait as patients are seen

on a first come first served basis.

Please ensure you book in at reception by 10am to be seen.

What you said...what we did..

To see some of the improvements we have made to our service based on your feedback at click here.

Get your medicines using the Electronic Prescription Service

By letting us know who your ‘nominated’ pharmacy is, we can send them your prescription electronically so you don’t need to collect it from the surgery.  It’s safe, secure and convenient.

Minor Ailment clinics

We now offer a minor ailment clinic each week with our Practice Pharmacist. You can make an appointment as normal with the pharmacist by telephone or in person at the surgery

(Site updated 01/02/2016)
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