About the Practice

The Hicks Group Patients Forum

(Covering the Charles Hicks and Roman Gate Surgeries)

Huntingdon & Godmanchester

Cambridgeshire, UK

About the Practice

The Hicks Group Practice has two sites.


Charles Hicks Centre                       

75 Ermine Street                             

Huntingdon                                     

Cambridgeshire                               

PE29 3EZ

Tel: 01480 453038             

Charles Hicks: www.charleshicksmedicalcentre.nhs.uk     

                 

Roman Gate Surgery

1a Pinfold Lane

Godmanchester

Cambridgeshire

PE29 2JH

Tel: 01480 455331

Roman Gate: www.romangatesurgery.nhs.uk


Surgery opening hours:

Day               AM:                      PM:

Monday        8.30 – 1.00           1.30 – 8.15*

Tuesday       8.30 – 1.00           1.30 – 6.00

Wednesday  8.30 – 1.00           1.30 – 6.00

Thursday      8.30 – 1.00           1.30 – 8.15*

Friday           8.30 – 1.00           1.30 – 6.00

Sat & Sun     Closed                  Closed

Doctors and nurses usual consulting times are

8.30am to 12 midday and 2.30 to 5.30pm*


Evening Surgeries*

If you need to see a doctor in the evening we are now opening late on alternate Monday and Thursday evenings at our Charles Hicks Centre in Huntingdon and at the Roman Gate Surgery in Godmanchester. Contact your respective surgery to see which evening that they will be open.


Becoming a Patient

 

Members of the public may potentially register as patients if they are living in the Practice area (as defined by the map) and expect to be so for a minimum of three months. Patients who live north of the River Ouse should register at the Charles Hicks Centre and patients who live south of the River Ouse register at the Roman Gate Surgery.

 

You may be able to register with the Practice if you live out of the area but it is a more convenient location such as near your work or closer to your children’s schools. Note that this is a voluntary arrangement for the Practice If the Practice has no capacity at the time, or feels it is not clinically appropriate or practical for you to be registered far away from home, then they can still refuse registration and will explain their reasons.


The Practice is happy to also register and see temporary patients, visitors to this area who are only staying a short time. We do not have any private patients but visitors who are not eligible for NHS treatment may be charged a fee, payable at time of treatment.



A Training Practice


The Hicks Group Practice a Training Practice linked in a teaching capacity with Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge. Trainee registrars are attached as general practitioners  to either of the surgeries, usually for a period of 4 months.


Dr Soni is the registrar tutor and along with the other surgery staff members will teach all necessary examination and diagnosis skills. If you would like more information about the teaching programme then please contact Dr Soni.