Heart of Bath Medical Partnership - St James's Surgery is a long established forward thinking 5 Partner practice. Our modern purpose-built premises provides excellent facilities for our patients who are cared for by a dedicated team of doctors, practice nurses, midwives, district nurses, physiotherapist and community staff. We also have a range of private practitioners including an Osteopath, Chiropodist and Massage therapist who are regulated and indemnified by their own professional bodies. We are a short walk from the historic Royal Crescent and nearby Victoria Park and St James's Square.
Appointments can be booked ahead and for urgent problems we offer same day and telephone appointments. For people with work commitments we open for a late night surgery on a Monday and also on Saturday mornings.
The building provides access from the road and we have limited parking for cars. A cycle rack is provided and buses also operate along Julian Road.
Toilets with baby changing facilities are provided, with the option for a parent to infant feed privately in a separate room.
Our branch surgery at 8 Junction Road located in Oldfield Park provides access to a GP, nurse and phlebotomist for those patients on the south side of the city.
We strive to provide the best patient experience and consistently achieve a high level of quality in our clinical outcomes. We will be delighted to show new patients around the surgery by appointment.
Changes at St James’s Surgery
St James’s Surgery has now merged with Oldfield Surgery to form the Heart of Bath Medical Partnership
When you log in in to SystmOne you can use the online services in exactly the same way but please ensure you only book appointments at St James’s or Junction Road.
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If you would like to apply for Online access to St James’s Surgery website, for requesting medication or making appointments, please contact the surgery for registration details.
National Data Opt Out (previously Type 2 Opt-Out)
NHS Digital collects information from a range of places where people receive care, such as hospitals and community services. If you do not want your personal confidential information to be shared outside of NHS Digital, for purposes other than for your direct care, you can register a National Data Opt Out (please see separate page for more information). National Data Opt Out was introduced on 25th May 2018 in line with the GDPR legislation changes. A link to setting your Opt Out preferences can be found on our National Data Opt Out website page.
For any non-emergency medical issues please call 111 when the surgery is closed. For any emergency please dial 999.
(Site updated 10/10/2018)