This website uses cookies to function correctly.
You may delete cookies at any time but doing so may result in some parts of the site not working correctly.




 Facebook Visit us on Facebook

Our Mission Statement

  “Kingswood Health Centre strives to be a quality primary care provider that puts patient care at the heart of its activity, treating patients with dignity and respect at all times.”   

Online Access - Summary Care Access

Kingswood Health Centre is pleased to advise our patients that we are expanding the options available to you if you are registered to use our online services. As well as the existing online booking of appointments, and ability to order repeat prescriptions, you will now also be able to view a summary of your medication, allergies and adverse reactions. If you already have a ‘Patient Access’ account, and are aged 16 or over, this feature will be available to you automatically from 1st March 2015.

If you have not already signed up for access, please complete the registration process on the following link Online Access or speak to a member of reception. Please note in order to have full access to all features, you will need to provide ID at reception as part of the process.

PPG - Patient Participation Group

Having re-launched in early 2014, we now have a formal Patient Participation Group (PPG) and are continually seeking a range of volunteers, from as wide a spectrum of patients, who wish to take part in this project.

It is intended that the PPG will be run by patients but with Kingswood Health Centre input, so if you're interested in belonging to a group that is focused on taking positive action to help the practice work with the local patient population, please let us know.

PPG's operate in different ways and may involve attendance at regular meetings, producing a PPG newsletter, assisting in defining patient surveys, setting up and running health education or fund-raising events. PPG's can also contribute to discussions to help shape the delivery of services.

To work alongside our PPG who meet face to face each quarter, we are also looking for volunteers to join a ‘Virtual PPG’. This is ideal for patients who are unable to commit to attending meetings at the Health Centre, but would like to contribute to the aims of the group. We would involve you in the group via regular e-mail communications.

If you would like to get involved with the ‘Virtual PPG’ – please complete the form which can be accessed by clicking on ‘Get Involved’ on the right hand side of our website.

Friends and Family

From 1st November, you will be given the opportunity to tell us whether you would recommend our surgery to friends and family, if they needed similar treatment and care. You will be asked to choose one of six options, ranging from ‘Extremely Likely’ to ‘Extremely Unlikely’. You will also be invited to tell us if you feel you would be likely to use a self-help area on our website, instead of seeing your GP for an appointment. Please note that all responses will be anonymised. You will find a box to put your returns in and pens in the waiting room. Forms can be obtained from our leaflet stands, Reception or your GP. We hope you will take this opportunity to provide this valuable feedback and thank you in advance.

Action Potential

Chiropractic, Physiotherapy and Sports therapy available within Kingswood Health Centre.

For further details tel: 0117 9612060 or visit

Facebook Visit us on Facebook 

Twitter Follow us on Twitter


Mike Cees Opticians

Optical services available within Kingswood Health Centre.

For further details tel: 0117 3012091 or visit

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday 8.00am - 6.30pm (6:30pm - 7pm*)

Saturday - 8.30am -11am*

Sunday - closed

*Open as part of our Extended Hours for pre-booked appointments only

Please note our Telephones are diverted to NHS111 Out of Hours service during our pre-booked Saturday surgery

For District nurses call - 0117 330 2506


(Site updated 07/04/2015)
Order your repeat medicationsCancel your appointmentAccess Appointment SystemUpdate your clinical record
Call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergencyNHS ChoicesThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website