Spalding GP Surgery


Health leaders have updated that patients currently registered at Spalding GP Surgery will start to be transferred over to their new GP practice from the beginning of February.

Patients registered at Spalding GP Surgery have all now received a letter confirming the GP practice they are being transferred to.

NHS Lincolnshire Integrated Care Board (ICB), the NHS body responsible for the provision of health services in the county, said the transfer of patient registrations will begin on Wednesday the 1st of February. This will be a phased approach across the three GP practices where the patients from Spalding GP Surgery are transferring to.

The ICB confirmed the phased approach will take place as follows:

Patients transferring to Gosberton Medical Centre - The transfer of patients to Gosberton Medical Centre will take place between 1st and 14th February 2023. Patients will be contacted by the practice once their registration has been completed. Patients should continue to access services at Spalding GP Surgery until they have been contacted.

Patients transferring to Beechfield Medical Centre - The transfer of patients to Beechfield Medical Centre will take place automatically from 4.30pm on the 7th of February 2023. Patients will be able to access services at Beechfield Medical Centre from 8.00am on the 8th of February 2023.

Patients transferring to Munro Medical Centre - The transfer of patients to Munro Medical Centre will take place automatically from 4.30pm on the 8th of February 2023. Patients will be able to access services at Munro Medical Centre from 8.00am on the 9th of February 2023.

Patients are asked not to contact their new GP practice to check on the progress of their transfer.

Disruption to services

On the days the patient transfers take place, there will be no access to services at Beechfield and Munro Medical Centres, or Spalding GP Surgery from 4.00pm. This is due to the update required to the clinical systems.

While clinical systems are being updated, patients are advised to use alternative services during these times, including using their nearest community pharmacy, NHS 111, or the Urgent Treatment Centre at The Johnson Community Hospital.

Patients are also advised to continue accessing services at Spalding GP Surgery until their registrations have been transferred.

Sarah-Jane Mills, Director for Primary Care, Communities and Social Values at NHS Lincolnshire ICB, said: “We appreciate that the process to register patients from Spalding GP Surgery to an alternative GP Practice has taken longer than planned and again we thank everyone involved for their patience.”

Patients who have any further questions or who require their letter in another format or language should contact the Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) by telephone on 0300 123 9553 or by email at The service is open 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday (except Bank Holidays). PALS will direct any questions to the ICB for a response.

For more information, please click here to visit Lincolnshire ICB's website.

We use a system called askmyGP which is an easy and fast way to ask for any kind of help from the practice.

  • We respond during working hours Monday to Friday
  • We will usually get back to you within an hour (after 5pm it might be the next day)
  • You can request a particular doctor or nurse  (so long as they’re working)
  • You can choose to be contacted by the surgery by telephone, secure message or video call
  • If we need to see you we will usually give you an appointment the same day
  • You can register for askmyGP now, without any paperwork

We are a GP practice situated in The Johnson Community Hospital in Pinchbeck with support from our GPs, practice nurse and an advanced care practitioner as well as receptionists/ administrators, a medical secretary and a practice manager.

Where are we

Johnson Community Hospital

Spalding Road,


PE11 3DT

Please use postcode PE11 3PB if using a Satnav.

We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.

As a practice we also take part in occasional research projects.

Please do not attend the practice where possible and use alternative ways order repeat prescriptions:

  • Use the online system, please visit our website and select ‘repeat prescriptions’.
  • Contact us, you can call us on 01775 652164.

Thank you.

Practices are experiencing prolonged excessive workload pressures whilst also facing workforce shortages. We have taken the decision to prioritise NHS clinical work and will therefore cease to provide private services. Private services which will be ceased include (but is not limited to):

  • Non-NHS report writing
  • Reports for insurance companies
  • School fees and holiday insurance certificates
  • Health club fitness report
  • Bus pass or blue badge medical reports
  • Firearms reports

** All DWP reports and provision of medical 3 fit notes will continue. This decision will be reviewed on a regular basis and we will confirm when this service will resume as soon as possible.

The Practice is committed to developing and training its staff to improve their skills and knowledge base enabling them to reach their full potential.

Staff training and development takes between 13:00 and 18:30 on the allocated afternoon during which there will be limited access to the surgery and its services.

Please only contact the surgery for urgent enquiries.

The next planned date is Thursday, 7, October 2021

Telephone: 01775 652164.

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