Welcome to The Jubilee Medical Practice and The Jubilee Training Hub 

  Welcome to The Jubilee Medical Practice and The Jubilee Training Hub 

Advice for travellers who have returned from China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macao, Malaysia, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan or Thailand
All travellers from Wuhan or Hubei Province, whether you have symptoms or not should self-isolate for 14 days after your return. If you have symptoms you should call NHS 111
If you have been in mainland China, (excluding Wuhan or Hubei Province) Hong Kong, Japan, Macao, Malaysia, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan or Thailand, and do not have symptoms, you do not need to self-isolate. However, if you develop symptoms, you should self-isolate and call NHS 111. 
Current Guidance - Chinese Translation 

New Patients 

Are you are looking to join us as a new patient? 
We welcome registrations from new patients who live in the practice area. Please click on the link below to find out if you are eligible to register and then follow the instructions to complete the process. 
We encourage all patients to sign up for online access so you can book appoints, view test results and request medication at your convenience. 

Appointments - Which Service? 

If you are looking to make an appointment at the practice please use the ‘Find the Right Service’ tool below which will signpost you to the service that best suits your needs. 
If you have a problem that is new and severe/urgent, or a flare up of an existing condition, you will be advised to attend the next Urgent Access Clinic which runs between  
0800 -1000 every weekday. No appointment is required. If you are unsure if it is safe to wait until the next urgent clinic you should call the surgery, who can arrange for you to speak to the Duty Doctor if necessary. 

Appointments - Booking 

You can either book online or call the practice to speak to one of our trained Patient Services Advisors; they will ask you to give a brief indication of the nature of your problem/concern. This will ensure you see the most appropriate health professional as soon as possible. Please note this may not be a GP. 
Practice Opening times 
Monday 0800-1830 
Tuesday 0800-1830 
Wednesday 0800-1830 
Thursday 0800-1900 
Friday 0800-1830 
The Jubilee Medical Practice is currently accepting new patients who live in the catchment area. Click here to view the area the Practice covers to see if you would be able to register. 
Need Urgent Care? Click here to find out about services in the local area. 
Cervical Smear Online Booking - You can now book your Cervical Smear online. Click on "Book an appointment" below. If you do not have an account to access the online booking system, please enquire at reception. 
Need Urgent Care? Click here to find out about services in the local area. 
Are you a Military Veteran? - Click here to find information about specific services relating to physical, mental and social challanges that that you may require support with. If you feel you require support specifically with regards your Mental Health more information can be found here.  
FLU JABS - Please read the most recent Press Release from Leicestershire CCG's. If you are entitled to a flu jab and have not had one yet this flu season, please contact the Practice and make an appointment with our nursing team. 
ASK NHS APP - Follow this link which will allow you to download an app giving you access to a symptom checker and self-help guide.  
#DeclareYourCare - The Practice is happy to be supporting the Declare Your Care Campaign on behalf of the Care Quality Commission. It is aiming to help support four key population groups (Patients with Long Term Conditions, People from black and ethnic minority communities, Children and young people and People with Learning Disabilities) by helping them feel confident and informed on how to feedback their experiences to the Practice and other Healthcare services. Find our more about the campaign here. Or join the conversation on Instagram and Twitter by using the #DeclareYourCare hashtag. 

Find the Right Service: 

In order for you to access the right service please select your reason for an appointment from the drop-down list below. If you need further advice you should either call the surgery or 111 for more information: 


Click here to access a range of local services including local hospital, counselling and patient transport services. 
Click here to gain access to a range of advice and support relating to benefits, carers, housing, volunteer services and much more. 
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