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Welcome to Hingham Surgery Online

Our aim is to provide you with a caring, friendly and efficient service and to be approachable, accessible and safe.




New GP

We are very pleased to announce that Dr Orla Barnes will be joining the surgery from 2nd January 2020.



If you are unwell and you have travelled to an area affected (see link below) by the Coronavirus in the last two weeks, or been in contact with someone who has travelled to the affected area please DO NOT VISIT THE SURGERY. Ring 111 for advice. If you are advised to telephone the surgery, tell the receptionist of your possible Coronavirus contact.


  The Help Hub

Through its Community Connectors, The Help Hub offers practical support, advice and guidance to get you back on track. It might be only a small problem, like a broken washing machine or feeling a little isolated, but if it’s difficult to find a solution straightaway a small problem can grow and lead to more worries. 

Your local Community Connector will be at Hingham Surgery on Monday afternoons.

You can find more information about the Help Hub here.


'Friends & Family Test'

The care we give you here at Hingham Surgery is important to us.  We are part of the NHS national programme for patient feedback called the 'Friends & Family Test'.

Click on the link on the right of this home page to take the survey and leave your comments.


How to Stay Well This Winter

We’re all likely to feel the chill in winter, but cold weather can lead to very serious health problems, such as heart attacks, strokes or pneumonia, and sometimes the cold weather can even kill – especially if you have a long-term health condition or are 65 or over. There are several things that you can do to help yourself stay healthy in winter. For more information, please check out our News page.



(Site updated 24/02/2020)
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