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Welcome to Norwich Road Surgery

The doctors and staff at Norwich Road Surgery in Ipswich 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 and well-person check-ups.

disabilityAccess to the Surgery

The surgery has been designed with the disabled in mind. The entrance to the surgery, appointments desk, consulting rooms and toilets are suitable for access by wheelchair. There is a lift for access to the first floor. A wheelchair is available.   There is an induction loop to assist hearing-impaired patients at Reception.

Background of practice premises

The surgery was purpose built in 1990, the plot of land it was built on was originally the tennis court belonging to the Inkerman Public House. We moved into the building on the 1st April 1992. It had an additional floor extension in 2007/08 to incorporate additional 4 consulting rooms. The original ground floor was also refurbished at this time.

For an informal visit or practice profile, please contact Linda Broughton, Practice Manager, Telephone: 01473 288100

 Online services

Patients can now book some appointments on-line and order repeat prescriptions. They can also access details held on our clinical system about their medications, allergies and adverse reactions.

Please see reception to request an on-line access.

If you have any problems logging on to the new system, please contact the surgery who will issue you with new account details.


 From 31st March 2015 you will be able to access details held on our clinical system about your medications, allergies and adverse reactions if you have asked for access to SystemOne online.

 To view Summary Patient Record

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