Available to 74,000 patients across Wellingborough
What is extended access?
Additional same day and booked appointments provided by GPs, Nurse Prescribers, Clinical Pharmacists, Practice Nurses and other clinicians outside of your core General Practice hours.
Available as follows:
18.30 - 20.00 Monday to Friday
08.00 - 12.00 Weekends
08.00 - 12.00 Bank Holidays
All appointments will be located at
Albany House Medical Centre
3 Queens Street, Wellingborough.
How do I get an appointment?
Please call your usual GP surgery and ask the receptionist to book you a GP HUB APPOINTMENT.
The service may also be offered to you proactively if you are calling for a regular GP or nurse appointment.
Only patients who have an appointment will be seen.
This is NOT a walk-in service.
On-line appointment booking won’t be available.
Who can use extended access?
If you are registered with a GP practice in Wellingborough you will be able to book appointments at the hub via your GP practice. These appointments will be of particular help to patients:
who find it difficult to attend an appointment during the working day.
who are working parents with children
who are reliant on working carers to take them to appointments
Please note: The community GP Hub appointments are for routine general practice issues and not urgent care. If urgent care is required please call the NHS 111 service for advice.
Will my medical records be available?
To provide the safest and highest quality of care your full clinical record will be available to the GP Hub clinicians.
However, you will be asked to give consent before they access your record.
Notes of your consultation will be sent back to your own GP electronically to ensure that your records are kept up to date.
Will I be able to get blood tests and referrals?
The GP Hub clinicians will only be able to view your previous test results, but will not be able to order new ones. If the clinician feels you need an investigation, they will make a recommendation to your usual GP practice.
Routine referrals will not be made directly from the GP Hub. If a routine referral is required, the clinician will write to your GP practice requesting that they review the referral request.
If the hub clinician feels you require emergency referral on the same day they will arrange this directly.
Where will I collect my prescription?
The hub is located within yards of a late night pharmacist, so you never have to worry about travelling to obtain your treatment.