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The doctors & staff welcome you to our practice 

We are one of the largest and well established GP surgeries in Blackpool, serving over 11,000 patients from our Adelaide Street (Central Blackpool) and Kentmere Drive (Mereside) surgeries.

If you live in our practice area and would like to register with us, please complete one of our registration forms that are available from our reception team or you can pre-register by clicking here. You will be asked to provide identification and proof of address in order to complete your registration.

Whether you visit the Adelaide Street practice or the Harris Medical Centre, you are a valued patient of ours. Our team includes four full-time GPs, two paramedic practitioners, four senior nurses and two health care assistants, as well as our practice business manager, deputy practice manager, reception manager, two senior receptionists, two secretaries and 14 reception staff and an admin team. You can find out more about our staff by clicking here.

This website aims to tell you more about the practice and the people who are here to help you. It will also tell you about what services we offer and how best to use them. There is also a section on how you can look after your own family's health. We recommend that you 'Bookmark' it for quick reference.

Click here to book/cancel appointments, request a prescription or view your medical record. 

CQC Rating

Adelaide Street Family Practice and Harris Medical Centre were inspected by the Care Quality Commission on 7th July 2015. Click the link below to read the report. If you have visited the site before you will notice that the Harris Medical Centre is no longer available. This is because we now have a joint registration for both practices.

Paramedic Practitioners in GP Practice

Our very own Barney Strange was recently interviewed by Lancashire TV with regard to the role of paramedics in GP surgeries. The full interview can be viewed below:

  

(Site updated 07/09/2018)
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