Welcome to Dr Young & Partners
Consett Medical Centre
Durham Deafened Support
Will be at
Citizens’ House, Consett
Tuesday 5th July at 10am
Click on the link below for more details
Minor ailment scheme
The minor ailment scheme is designed to enable people with minor health conditions to access medicines and advice they would otherwise visit their doctor for.
It allows patients to see a qualified health professional at a convenient and accessible location within their community, and means patients do not need to wait for a GP appointment or queue up for a valuable A&E slot with a non-urgent condition - See our 'minor illness' section for more details. Or ask at reception
Beat the queues and book appointments 24/7. No need to call the surgery. Book at your own convenience in the comfort of your own home.
If you would like to register for this service click on one of the links below (repeat prescriptions & make an appointment) or pop in and ask at reception.
You will be required to bring in 2 forms of documentation to verify your identity, one of which must contain a photograph in order to ensure access is granted to patients that have a legitimate reason to access a record.
WE Strongly RECOMMEND YOU READ THE PATIENT INFORMATION LEAFLET before the application form is submitted.
Online information leaflet
The site for booking appointments has been updated. If you are unable to log in please contact reception for assistance.
Patient Online is not currently accessible to patients aged 12-18. Please ask for more details.
You can also order your repeat medication by coming in to the surgery or by contacting a pharmacy of your choice who can order your medication for you. Repeat medication can not be ordered over the phone.
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