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HIV tests can be completed free of charge in our area.  Interested? Go to

How can we improve YOUR waiting room?

It’s time to refresh the waiting room – What would you like to see? What could we improve?

 Please let us know – Give your feedback in surgery, or e mail Charlotte Gorman, Practice Manager, with your

Did you know?

We are able to carry out some minor surgical procedures, such as joint injections and removal of some skin lesions, in surgery rather than wait for a hospital appointment.  Please enquire at Reception if you think this might of benefit to you.


It’s that time of year again, we’re coming into ‘Flu Season’ and we’ll shortly be releasing information about our Flu Clinics this year.  We’re planning to have a number of clinics at even more convenient times this year, so that more of our patients can be vaccinated in Surgery. We’ll be releasing the dates of our clinics soon………… so watch this space!

We are pleased to announce that in our most recent inspection Tinkers Lane Surgery were rated GOOD by CQC.  Some of their findings are outlined below:

"We observed a strong patient-centred culture and staff treated patients with kindness and respect."
"Patients we spoke to during the inspection told us there had been significant improvements in the last six months."
"At this inspection the practice had a clear vision to deliver high quality care and promote good outcomes for patients."

Safe Place

We are proud to provide a Safe Place in Royal Wootton Bassett.

Safe Places are there to be used when people may feel in need of a little extra help or support for various reasons; for example, during times of anxiety, fear or distress.

For more information on Safe Places in Wiltshire:

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