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Please note that we are closed at 12.00pm on Wednesday 12th June 2019 for staff Training. We will reopen as normal on Thursday 13th June 2019. Please call the surgery number to be transferred to our out of hours service for urgent medical attention if required while we are closed.

Welcome to Blidworth & Ravenshead Surgery


Our Surgery Facilities

Our surgery will be warm, welcoming clean and tidy. Please help us keep it that way. For patients attending surgery, we offer the following facilities:

  • Access for disabled people
  • A toilet for disabled people
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Pram and pushchair area in entrance porch
  • Health information leaflets
  • Limited car Parking Spaces
  • A private room if you wish to talk to practice staff in confidence 

Patients failing to attend appointments 

The Practice is often criticised for lack of appointment availability.

The Practice does record the number of patients who 'Did Not Attend' (DNA) each month.

During May 2019 there were 130 patients who failed to attend for their appointment

This equates to over 28 hours of GP and Nurse time wasted.

We are  sure you will agree that this figure is staggering but is about the average we are now experiencing each month.

Please take the time to cancel your appointment if it is no longer needed so as we can use it to treat another patient.

thank you  


  • Statement of Intent - Please see an update on our Statement of Intent under 'Further Information'.

  • Please see the new NHS Friends and Family Test that can be completed on-line . Click on the link below .

  • Please visit the Appointments page to view our Saturday morning appointments for routine matters .  

      Care Quality Commission page on Dr Dalton & Partners

(Site updated 11/06/2019)
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