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Welcome to Queen Square Medical Practice

We are proud to offer the highest standard of healthcare to our patients in Lancaster, Caton and the surrounding area. 
In addition to the usual NHS GP services, we run clinics in Gynaecology, Fertility, Dermatology, Sexual Health and Travel Medicine in the Healthub, our premises on Queen Street. 

NEW - COVID-19 WEBPAGE - ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW IN ONE PLACE!

New Covid-19 dedicated webpage....Click here!

We now have a dedicated webpage for all things Covid-19 related. Please check the page regularly where we will provide any guidance or updates as they become available.

If you feel there is something missing from the page which would be beneficial to all, please do let us know and we will do our best to give the information required.


APPOINTMENTS

All appointments will be dealt with over the telephone in the first instance. Please note, patients SHOULD NOT attend any of our sites unless you have a PRE-BOOKED APPOINTMENT. Online booking is currently unavailable. Please call the surgery if you require an appointment.

In response to government guidance we are asking ALL patients visiting our premises to wear a face covering when they are in the building.

The exceptions to this rule are young children and adults with breathing problems.


Research

As we all know, medical research is vital to the progression of understanding, prevention and treatment of all illnesses, viruses and diseases.  We are extremely proud to be an award winning Research Practice. But much of the research is not possible without patients who are willing to participate in studies.  At any given time, we are participating in several research studies and would encourage you to keep tabs on our current studies, and more importantly volunteer to participate if you are eligible.

Click Here to go to our Research Studies page.  We have a dedicated team of Research Nurses who would be more than happy to chat with you if you have any questions about any of our studies.   

(Site updated 09/06/2021)
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