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We are a modern, friendly, family GP practice offering a full range of high quality clinical care.

In addition, we run specialist treatment clinics including cryotherapy, minor operations, weight loss and stop smoking advice.

Our Travel Clinic is an accredited Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre.

We also offer: 

  • a car park for patients with parking for Blue Badge holders
  • evening and Saturday appointments
  • easy access to ground-floor surgeries for the less mobile

Like to register?

If you are new to the area and would like to join our practice, we're happy to help.  Our list is open to anyone living in our generous catchment area. Type your postcode here to find out if you are in our area.

Fill in our downloadable registration forms and come see us!

If you are living outside our practice area and perhaps work in Cheltenham you may want to apply to be an Out of Area patient.

Each application is considered by the doctors on an individual basis.  For more information, click New Patients in the bar above.



disabilityRoyal Crescent dates back to 1811 but the basement floor of our surgery has been fully adapted for use by our less mobile patients. We have a designated Blue Badge space in our car park off St Georges Place, easily accessible consulting and clinical rooms, a waiting room and fully equipped patient toilet. We also have a wheelchair to enable the less mobile to get into surgery from the car park, a prescriptions collection box, a touch-screen check-in and a phone which patients may use to contact reception.


If you wish to order your prescriptions online, please call at reception with some photo ID to obtain a user name and password so that you can access SystmOnline.

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