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Roundwell Medical Centre - Improved Access Appointments (IAS)

As part of a national initiative, Roundwell Medical Centre provide additional routine appointments during early evenings and Saturday mornings for our patients.  To access these appointments, you will need to contact us as usual to book.

These appointments are for routine medical issues (not urgent) and may be undertaken by either a doctor or nurse practitioner.  Please be absolutely clear to the receptionist when booking if you think that your medical issue is something that can only be dealt with by a doctor.  The nurse practitioner will not deal with any mental health issues.  All IAS appointments are telephone consultations. 

Location/How To Get There

Address: 25-27 Dr Torrens Way, Costessey, Norwich, NR5 0GB

Tel: 01603 744014

Map: Google map for Roundwell

Parking: Onsite

Buses: There are a number of buses (then a short walk) to take you there;

  • 23A Red Line - from Earlham Green Lane, takes approx 30 mins
  • 24 Red Line - from Bowthorpe Road (near the fish and chip shop) takes approx 25 mins
  • 24 Red Line - from City Centre St Stephens main bus depot, takes approx 35 mins

Important information - please note: 

We have been asked to provide a brief reason for your visit, therefore the receptionist will ask this upon booking.  

These appointments are not provided by UEA Medical Centre staff, but by an external provider.

If you have agreed to the booking of this appointment, you are aware the external provider will need to view your medical record during the consultation, therefore you have agreed to share your medical record information with them.

If you have any problems, dissatisfaction or praise when attending for one of these appointments, please let us know as we are keen to get feedback.  Please email umsuea@nhs.net and put the term 'IAS comment' in the subject line. 

 
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