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Welcome to Mercheford House Surgery

Mercheford House Surgery is based in March providing Doctors and Nursing services under the GMS contract.

  • ​We strive to give the best evidenced based holistic care
  • ​Support those most vulnerable in society
  • ​Recognise that people are more than a collection of symptoms but are complex, with physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs
  • ​To care for and respect all, regardless of age, sex, gender, race, belief or sexuality​
  • Extended hours offered in accordance with the PCN Contract, please ask the reception team for more details.

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The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has launched their new loneliness campaign activity as part of the Better Health – Every Mind Matters campaign.The campaign primarily aims to reach 16-34 year olds by continuing to encourage them to ‘Lift Someone Out of Loneliness’, knowing that this will likely help their own feelings of loneliness. This is based on recent research that shows that people in this demographic are at higher risk of feeling lonely compared to other age groups, but less likely to seek advice and support. If you’re feeling lonely this winter, search ‘Every Mind Matters; for support and advice or go to See MoreSee Less
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If something in your body doesn’t feel right, don’t carry the worry of cancer with you.Tests could put your mind at rest.Until you find out, you can’t rule it out.Contact your GP practice. See MoreSee Less
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