Notice of building renovation work at Rillwood Medical Centre


NHS vaccinations and when to have them (please click this link for detailed information)

It's important that vaccines are given on time for the best protection, but if you or your child missed a vaccine, contact your GP to catch up.


Training and Teaching

You may be aware that most of the GPs at Danes Camp & Rillwood Medical Practice Partnership have significant experience as GP trainers providing education and clinical supervision for Medical Students and GP Registrars at Danes Camp Medical Centre.

In engaging the same GP trainers it is anticipated that Rillwood Medical Centre will also become a training practice for Medical Students and Registrars from as early as the end of April 2021.

Our qualified GP trainers will be actively involved in mentoring and supervising each clinical consultation. You will be informed if a student or registrar will be taking a role in your consultation (telephone or face-to-face) and your consent will be sought prior to them consulting with you. They are bound by the same rules of confidentiality and professional conduct as all of our regularly employed clinicians.


CQC Overall Rating for Rillwood M.C.

CQC Detailed Ratings for Rillwood Medical Centre

How to securely view your medical records online. 

1) Register in person at Reception. Proof of personal ID will be required.

2) Sign in at using the username & password generated for you by the surgery.

On the 3rd May 2017 our clinical system changed from EMISWeb to SystmOne. Patients who were registered for Online Access via EMISWeb will need to contact the surgery to obtain their new log-in details and will need to bring at least one form of photo ID. New users can also register for access to the Online services. Please ask the surgery for a sign-up form and further details.

Once you are registered for the Online Service you can begin using it by going to Quick Links on the right hand side of this page and clicking on `Online Services'.

Community Midwives

Community Midwifery Hub


An important part of antenatal care is getting information that will help you to make informed choices about your pregnancy.

Letting us know about your pregnancy

As soon as you take a positive pregnancy test, please complete the online Maternity Self Referral Form

If you need help with the form you can call us on 01604 545430

Our phone line is open Monday - Friday 8:30-16:00 (not on Bank Holidays).

Or send your name and contact information to:

This is not an emergency service, if you need to speak to someone urgently with concerns about yourself or your baby please contact your GP or 111.

Your midwife will meet with you in the Midwifery Hub or home and she will ask you questions about you and your family’s health and details of any previous pregnancy’s and births. She will advise you on how to keep well, and give you tips on how to reduce some of the symptoms such as sickness and talk with you about what you can expect from your care.

She will also discuss what will happen at the different appointments and offer to arrange a scan for you and some blood tests. Several antenatal screening tests are performed on a sample of your blood which is usually taken at your booking appointment. In some cases, the baby's father may also be asked to have a blood test to check for inherited conditions, such as sickle cell or thalassaemia. 

Click here for more information about NGH Community Midwifery Care

NGH Barratt Birth Centre / Balmoral Ward Address: 98 Cheyne Walk, Northampton NN1 5BD  

District Nurses (Community) (f)

A team of district nurses provide care services and nursing assessment in the community to housebound patients. Across Northamptonshire since 1 October 2016 a Single Point of Access contact point was set up for all referrals and requests for District Nurse appointments / visits. The telephone number for this service is 0300 777 0002.

With prior arrangement with the District Nurse, wound dressings can be changed at week-ends at the Highfield Clinical Care Centre on Cliftonville Road, Northampton (Week-end Times: 10.30am to 12 noon and 1.30pm to 3.30pm).

Health Visitors

Health Visitor Community Hub (f)

Health Visitors are qualified nurses with additional training in community health care. They are particularly skilled in seeking out and identifying health needs and work closely with all members of the practice team to promote individual, family and public health.

The Health Visitor works with all age groups; however the majority of clients are families with pre-school children.

Consultations with the health visitor are booked by appointment via the Health Visiting Hub on 0300 1111 022. Website: Northamptonshire Children's Integrated Services for 0 - 19yrs

The Health Visitor is available to provide the following: 

  • Developmental checks
  • Child health clinics
  • Advice on immunisations
  • Advice and support on parenting skills, feeding, sleeping, speech and behaviour
  • Advice on the general health of mothers and babies 
  • Health Promotion including child accident prevention
  • Antenatal and parent craft advice and breastfeeding support
  • Postnatal depression screening and support

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General Practice Alliance


Social Prescribing: Who is the Service for? Everyone aged 18+ who lives in Northamptonshire.

Who is it not for? Social Prescribing is not for crisis situations. Call 111 if you need urgent assistance or call 0800 917 0464 for mental health emergencies. Strictly speaking Social Prescribing is not a counselling service.

Social Prescribing Offers help with:

  • Weight management
  • Emotional wellbeing
  • Smoking
  • Alcohol
  • Housing support
  • Employment and adult learning
  • Financial support
  • Social inclusion

Please contact our reception staff in order to arrange an appointment with Cass Pollock.

Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Trust

Changing Minds (IAPT)

Who is this service for? Anyone aged 17 and half and over with mild to moderate depression and/or an anxiety disorder.

Therapeutic work takes place in GP surgeries and other suitable facilities throughout the county. Occasionally Changing Minds will run workshops and webinars `out of hours' or during the weekend.

How to access this service: You can access the service yourself by calling 0300 999 1616 (9am to 5pm Monday to Friday) or by filling in the online form by going to the website or alternatively contact us via email.



Social Prescribing Link Worker
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