Minster Medical Practice

01522 515 797

Patient Information

Here you can find out how to register at our practice and read other important information for patients.

You can find out more by clicking on the links.

Access to medical records

The practice is registered and complies with the Data Protection Act 1998. Any request for access to notes by a patient, patient’s representative or outside body will be dealt with ... [continue] Access to medical records

Chaperone Policy

We will always respect your privacy, dignity and your religious and cultural beliefs particularly when intimate examinations are advisable – these will only be carried out with your express agreement ... [continue] Chaperone Policy

Comments, Complaints and Suggestions

Our aim is to provide the highest level of care for all our patients.  We will always be willing to hear if there is any way that you think we ... [continue] Comments, Complaints and Suggestions

How to register

The doctors welcome new patients who live within our practice area Follow this link to view a map of the practice boundary. Please collect a new patient registration pack from ... [continue] How to register

Named GP

You may be aware that all GP Practices are now required to provide their patients with a ‘named, accountable GP’. As stated on the BMA website: The contract requires the ... [continue] Named GP

Patient confidentiality

You can be assured that anything you discuss with any member of the surgery staff, whether doctor, nurse or receptionist, will remain confidential. Even if you are under 16, nothing ... [continue] Patient confidentiality

Practice boundary

Please use the map below to check if your postcode is within our practice boundary.

Transport Information

If you require help to travel to your appointment, Lincolnshire County Council provides help and advice through their free helpline. Call 01522 550129 between 10am and 5pm Monday to Friday ... [continue] Transport Information

Violent or abusive behaviour

Minster Medical Practice aims to provide the best possible health care for their patients. However, there may be circumstances when it would be considered reasonable, or in the best interests ... [continue] Violent or abusive behaviour