Munro Medical Centre West Elloe Avenue, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 2BY  T: 01775 715 999  F: 01775 766 168

Munro Medical Centre, Lincolnshire

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Online Services

Click the image below for online services including Repeat Prescriptions, summary record access & to book an appointment with your GP.

Friends and Family Test

We value your feedback, please take our Friends and Family test here .

To register with the practice

Click here to see if you are in the Practice’s catchment area .

Download and complete the registration forms here then return them to the surgery. Please bring a form of photographic ID with you. Items such as passport, driving licence etc are accepted.

How to find us

For map, directions and information on how to get here see the "How to Find Us" page .

Practice Leaflet

If you wish to download a copy of our practice leaflet please click here  

Opening Hours

Main Surgery:
8.00am-6.30pm, Monday-Friday

8.00am-6.30pm, Monday-Friday

8.30am-6.00pm, Monday-Friday

Closed Wednesdays from 12.30pm-1.30pm for staff training and development. No access to the surgery is available during this time.


The Spring 2016 Newsletter is now available.
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Contact Us

Telephone: 01775 715 999
Fax Number: 01775 766 168
Test Results: 01775 715 995
Dispensary: 01775 715 996

Main Surgery:
West Elloe Avenue, Spalding, PE11 2BY

Branch Surgery:
Church Walk, Pinchbeck, PE11 3RD

Click on the map for more detail

Named GP

All patients registered at Munro Medical Centre are allocated a named, accountable GP. You will be informed of who your GP is at the next available opportunity, however, if you wish to discuss this further please ask a member of staff who will be happy to advise you.

Out Of Hours

Nights, Weekends & Bank Holidays

For medical advice when the surgery is closed, call 111 . Trained staff will direct your call to the appropriate service. For more information on this service see the link below:  

If you think you or someone else may be having a heart attack, stroke, or breathing difficultie s where life is in immediate danger, telephone 999 immediately..

Should you experience any problem contacting 111 telephone 999.