On-line access to our services
You can also download an Android app or an IPhone app
for your phone. Remember you'll need to register with us before you can log in to the app.
If bowel cancer is detected at an early stage, before symptoms appear, it's easier to treat and there's a better chance of surviving it.
To detect cases of bowel cancer sooner, the NHS offers two types of bowel cancer screening to adults registered with a GP in England:
- All men and women aged 60-74 are invited to carry out a faecal occult blood (FOB) test. Every two years, they're sent a home test kit, which is used to collect a stool sample. If you're 75 or over, you can ask for this test by calling the freephone helpline on 0800 707 60 60.
Is your Cervical Screening test overdue?- Make your appointment today
Flu Jabs still available
Flu jabs are available for all those eligible patients.
We will be holding clinics throughout October and November
Please speak to us today to reserve your jab and protect yourself.
Virtual Patient Group
Our virtual patient group is now up and running For information on how to joun the group, please click on the link below
Thursday afternoon opening times
Please note that from Thursday 3rd March we will be closing at 12.30pm on each Thursday and reopening at 3.45pm. This is instead of the current 1.00pm to 4.00pm closure. If you need to speak to a GP urgently during this time please telephone the practice and you will be put through to the Nottingham Emergency Medical Service.
Virtual Patient Group
Information on the Virtual Patient Participation Group
Please click on the link above to find out more information on how to join the Virtual Participation Group.
Important Information on Meningitis B vaccination -22/2/16
Please follow the link below to see the latest information on the provision of meningitis B vaccination
Meningitis B - Information sheet
CQC Report published - Overall rating: Good
Following our CQC inspection in September the final report has now been published with the practice receiving an overall rating of Good.
In summary, key areas assessed are rated as:
- Safe - Good
- Effective - Good
- Caring - Good
- Responsive to people's needs - Good
- Well led - Outstanding
Of the 6 population groups that are looked at closely by the CQC, the practice is rated as outstanding in its services to older people and those experiencing poor mental health. The full set of ratings is as follows:
- Older people - Outstanding
- People experiencing poor mental health - Outstanding
- People with long term conditions - Good
- Families, children and young people - Good
- Working age people - Good
- Vulnerable people - Good
The full report is available for download here:
Saxon Cross Surgery Report
All patients registered at the practice have an allocated named GP. if you wish to know who your allocated GP is, please contact the surgery and the receptionist can inform you. Please note that although you may have an allocated named GP you may continue to see any of the doctors at the practice and are not restricted to seeing this GP only.