Our team would like to express our appreciation to those who have given us support during this difficult time. We have been overwhelmed by the emotional support, people who have supplied us with essential equipment such as masks and visors, people who have given us advice and your kind words of encouragement and care. We are all very grateful to be providing health care to such a wonderful community, thank you.

COVID-19 – Masks/Face Coverings

*Please note: GPs are not in a position to provide individual risk assessments or letters for patients who feel that they should be exempt from wearing a face covering from 24th July. Please refer to Government advice

Important Information About Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Please find further information in this document about coronavirus, including what to do if you have symptoms.


Flu Campaign 2020

More about our Flu Campaign including clinic dates and eligibility


Worried about attending the Practice premises? Book an appointment at our Drive Thru on Saturday 24th October!



Your Data Rights

More information in a different format

For more information about how Oxford Terrace and Rawling Road Medical Group manage your information please visit our Policies and view our Privacy Policy.

Merger of Dr Krishnan’s Surgery

More information about the merger of Dr Krishnan’s Surgery and Oxford Terrace & Rawling Road Medical Group

Named Accountable GP

Find out more about your Named Accountable GP

Changes to Service

Collection of prescriptions – KEEPING YOUR PERSONAL DATA SAFE!

Due to new government legislation (GDPR) we are reviewing our processes for dealing with patient information.  From 1 August 2018 you will no longer be able to send a representative to collect your prescription without prior provision of written consent which we will note on your records.

You may wish to sign up to the Electronic Prescription Service which allows electronic transfer of your prescription direct to a pharmacy of your choice.

Please ask at reception who will arrange this for you.

Patient Experience







A Day in the Life of a Young Carer


The NHS needs more people who were seriously ill with COVID to donate plasma in Newcastle.People like Stephen have higher antibody levels, which could save lives.

Donation is safe, easy and your body quickly replaces the antibodies

Click on the picture for more information.

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