Bridge Street Medical Centre is an NHS GP surgery based in historic premises in the centre of Cambridge - our building was formerly home to the oldest scientific society in Cambridge, the Cambridge Philosophical Society. Within easy walking distance of the main shopping areas and central colleges (as well as a chocolate shop, a cheese shop and an ice-cream shop!) our fully modernised premises and friendly team assist us in providing all NHS medical services. We work to provide comprehensive healthcare to our registered patients and are committed to providing an excellent service.
We offer a variety of appointments to suit your needs and are usually able to offer you the clinician of your choice. We run on a named doctor basis - you will have an allocated GP who received all of your results and paperwork as well as ordinarily being your first point of contact - with the intention of offering the best possible continuity of care. Our surgery is open all day Monday to Friday from 08.30 to 18.00 with appointments outside these times available.
The premises benefits from:
- Modernised and spacious premises in the heart of Cambridge
- Disabled and pram access with a lift accessing all areas.
- A large, bright waiting room with children’s play area.
- Self check-in and electronic calling service
- Electronic prescription service
Our team comprises five GPs, one practice nurse, one healthcare assistant, and our excellent reception and administration team.
Bridge Street Medical Centre is committed to teaching and training. As well as training the GPs of the future, we often have student doctors from Cambridge and London universities at the surgery. You will always have the option to opt-out of being seen by students, but we value your support in helping them to develop clinical excellence.
The GP Surgery supports research and works closely with the Primary Care Research Network. If you are invited to participate in research your rights as a patient will never be affected if you choose to refuse.
Please see this link for more about NHS research: https://bepartofresearch.nihr.ac.uk/