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Welcome to Thaxted Surgery

A traditional GP surgery, serving Thaxted and surrounding area from Dunmow to Saffron Walden &  Newport to Finchingfield.

Located in the centre of historic Thaxted, opposite the free car park.

We aspire to:

  • Helpful, open and compassionate service
  • Accessibility, with phone lines open all day, urgent appointments and home visits
  • Continuity and long-term relationships with patients and families
  • Integrated working with district nurses and other community healthcare providers
  • Clinical excellence
  • Being a part of our local community

In 2014/15, we provided 86 GP consultations per week - 15% in excess of national guidelines of 75 consultations per 1000 patients per week.

Commitment to Quality

We pride ourselves on the quality of our care. Thaxted Surgery has achieved maximum points for clinical care in the government’s annual Quality Outcomes Framework programme for each of the last 5 years. We also consistently score highly in the National GP survey and Friends and Family measures. 

You can read our CQC Report here

Thaxted surgery is active in Research, and teaches Cambridge University medical students.

On-Line Facilities

Our website allows you to do increasing numbers of things from the comfort of your home, such as order repeat medication, make an appointment, and access summary medical information.    

To register for access, or to activate new and additional functions, please call reception first.  Please also read our Policy on Patient Access.

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