We are affected by the current national shortage of blood tubes like other GP practices. In order to continue blood tests for people with the greatest clinical need, we are delaying routine and non-urgent blood tests in line with national guidance.
If you have an appointment booked in the next week we will need to cancel this. Your appointment will be rescheduled once the situation is resolved.
We will be providing regular updates on our website, which we encourage you to check for the latest info.
Please don’t contact us – we will be in touch with you when appointments can be rescheduled.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
The whole health and care system in Bristol, Somerset and South Glos is facing pressure at the moment. #HelpUsHelpYou by choosing the right service for your needs. The local resources page on the Healthier Together website has all the info you need.
This video (Dr Peter Brindle on NHS pressures and using the right services) explains NHS pressures and the importance of using the right services.
Please visit the www.grabajab.net website to find out information about local walk-in vaccination clinics. This website has the most up to date information about each clinic and is updated regularly.
For information about isolating at home, please read the NHS guidance:
This guidance explains how you can help protect yourself and your children against flu this winter. It includes information for children, eligible adults and pregnant women, and details why it’s very important for people at increased risk from flu, or who care for someone vulnerable, to have their free vaccination every year.
Your data matters to us at Montpelier Health.
In a letter to all GPs, 19 July 2021, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State Jo Churchill set out a new process for commencing data collection, moving away from a previously fixed date of 1 September.
- Your GP holds your health record, for use by us and other parts of the NHS for your direct care.
- NHS Digital also uses some of this data for research, planning, and improving the NHS for everyone.