The online appointment booking service has now been reactivated for selected telephone appointments and patients are able to order prescriptions online. The sit and wait blood clinic has been suspended and will operate on a pre booked appointment basis. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your patience during this difficult time.

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Official Practice Facebook Page 

Castle Healthcare Practice’s new and only Facebook page can be found at:


Please like and share the page to keep up to date with all the latest news from Castle Healthcare Practice.


Download the NHS App

Owned and run by the NHS, the NHS App is a simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services on your smartphone or tablet. Services include; ordering repeat prescriptions and presenting your Covid-19 Pass.
Download the app at: NHS App


Click here for the easy to follow installation and registration guide for the NHS App.


 Face masks and social distancing will remain

Following the government’s announcement to reduce Covid-19 restrictions as of 27th January 2022, it will still be mandatory to wear a face mask and maintain social distancing within Castle Healthcare Practice.

Please see the 'Covid-19/Coronavirus Information' page for more detail.


 Covid-19 - Click here for all relevant important news and updates


Covid-19 and self-isolation - Are you elderly, unwell or lonely?

You may now 'Self-Refer' to Rushcliffe Physiotherapy Service


A new service (Phio) is a state-of-the-art digital assessment tool to assess your joint or muscle injury.

If you are a patient at this practice, you can self-refer for an assessment with Phio today.

The tool has been created by expert physiotherapists, is available on-line 24 hours per day/7 days per week, is underpinned by latest clinical guidelines and is quick and easy to use.

Visit to get started.

 The tool uses efficient clinical decision trees to accurately assess and signpost you to appropriate care pathways. Phio will ask questions about you and your symptoms then, based on your responses, signpost you to the most appropriate level of care, for example face to face physiotherapy, extended scope physiotherapy or telephone/remote management.

 If your condition is not suitable for the Physiotherapy service, or there are any clinical concerns, these will be detected by your responses and Phio will signpost you accordingly to the most appropriate service.  For peace of mind all assessments are reviewed by a physiotherapist to ensure the correct decision has been made.

(Added to website May 2020)



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