Kingsbridge Medical Practice

Welcome to Kingsbridge Medical Practice

Opening Hours

am pm
Mon 8:45 11:50 2:50 6:00
Tue 10:00 11:50 2:50 6:00
Wed 8:45 11:50 2:50 6:00
Thu 8:45 11:50 2:40 5:00
Fri 8:45 11:50 2:50 6:00
Sat 8.00 10.30

Reception is open 8.30am to 6pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 8.30am until 5pm on Thursday, and 7.45- 12.00am on Saturday.

We close on Wednesday lunch-time 12.30 – 1.30 for staff training.

Saturday opening

We are only able to see patients with booked appointments on a Saturday.

All requests for urgent appointments will be directed to Staffordshire Doctors Urgent Care.

All telephone calls to the Practice will be directed to NHS 111.

How to book an appointment

Named Accountable GP

From the 1st April 2015 all patients registered at the Practice will haveĀ  a named accountable GP. This does not mean that you have to see this specific Doctor nor does it mean that you will always be able to have an appointment with your named GP. Your Doctors name can be obtained from reception.

To book an appointment, visit our contact page or for more information see our appointments page.


The Practice welcomes Dr Andrew Egopija who has joined the team as a GP Partner. Dr Egopija will be running clinics on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Medical records

NHS England has commissioned a data service from the Health and Social Care Information centre (HSCIC). From mid November the HSCIC will be extracting non identifiable data from your medical record.

See more information about the extraction of data from your medical record.

Out of Hours

The accident unit is NOT always the right place to treat your condition. In a medical emergency please contact Kingsbridge Medical Practice as your first port of call. We will often be able to accommodate or advise on emergency medical problems urgently within a few hours of contact.

When the surgery is closed you can still dial our telephone number and you will be redirected to the NHS 111 service run by Staffordshire Doctors Urgent Care. Your details will be taken and you will then be directed to the most appropriate service for your symptoms. These include:

  • the GP Out of Hours service where you will be offered advice, an appointment or where appropriate a home visit.
  • An out of hours pharmacy
  • The 999 emergency service for an ambulance

You can also dial 111 directly to access the service