Staff at our practice are working extremely hard and doing their best to make sure patients are safe.
Over the last 18 months, the practice has been supporting the pandemic response and ensuring our patients are able to get their COVID-19 vaccinations, at the same time as continuing to deliver primary care services.
This has made our GP practice very busy and our staff have been working incredibly hard to keep services open for patients.
We’re aware patients may have experienced longer wait times on the phone or for their appointment, but we have been working hard to ensure you receive the right treatment from the right person at the right time.
We have increased the number of telephone and online appointments available, so our patients don’t always have to come to the practice. We also employ a range of highly trained staff, including doctors, nurses, pharmacists, paramedics and healthcare assistants who are able to deal with a range of medical conditions, which will help patients get treated sooner.
Whether your appointment is over the telephone, via an online video consultation, or face-to-face, patients will always receive the same high quality standard of care from our practice team.
So please, if you contact our practice, be kind.
Thank you for your patience and support.
Please be aware we can no longer taking prescription requests over the phone. You can put the request in through AskmyGP, email our prescription email
email@example.com or bring the request down to the surgery.
Huntingdon PCN ( A network of Priory Fields Surgery, Hicks Group Practice, Acorn Surgery and Papworth Surgery) will be finishing their involvement with the first phase of the Covid Vaccination Programme at the end of June.
Patients who have outstanding second vaccinations that are due after this date should call 119 or go online https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/ to book their vaccination.
Patients who are due their second vaccinations before the end of June will be invited to the PCN Local Vaccination Clinic and if they are unable to attend the available appointments will need to call 119 or go online.
The PCN is waiting to hear further information from NHS England about plans for additional booster doses later in the year and will be in contact with patients as and when necessary.