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Welcome to the Sunlight Centre Surgery

Sunlight_CentreThe Sunlight Centre Surgery offers a general practice service to about  5200 patients and is situated in the busy Sunlight Centre, in Richmond Road, Gillingham.

The Sunlight Centre is part of the Sunlight Development Trust, a community owned and managed charitable organisation that works with partners across all sectors to improve health inequity and wellbeing by providing an improved range of social, medical and community activities.

The surgery is part of the Unscheduled Care Service provided by NHS Medway Community Healthcare. Medway Community Healthcare is responsible for providing NHS services in the Medway area and is hosted by NHS Medway. The surgery is run by the same management team that manage Medway on Call Care (MedOCC).

If you have used MedOCC you may see some of the same doctors that work in the surgery at the MedOCC sites at Quayside and next door to A&E at Medway Hospital.

Please note that all calls  into and out from the practice are recorded

(Site updated 15/04/2014)
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Practice Closure for appointments 18th March 2014

 

In conjunction with all other practices in Medway the surgery will be closed to patients wishing to see a doctor during the afternoon of Tuesday 18th March 2014 for doctor training. The surgery phones will be transferred to the answer machine. Medway on Call Care (MedOCC 01634 891900) will be available to patients who think that they need to be seen urgently before the Sunlight Centre Surgery opens as normal on Wednesday 19th March 2014. The surgery will remain open for collection of prescriptions, verbal booking of future appointments and other administrative reasons but please note there will be no doctors in the building.

 
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