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We will be closed on Thursday 26th April for staff training, we will be closed from 12:00 for the afternoon and will re-open at 08:30 on the 27th April 2018

If you require urgent medical attention on these planned closures please call Shropdoc on 0333 222 6655 or 111, if it is an emergency; call 999

May Bank Holidays Pharmacy opening

Planned practice closures due to bank holidays in May 2018.

7th May 2018

28th May 2018

If you require urgent medical attention on these planned closures please call Shropdoc on 0333 222 6655 or 111, if it is an emergency; call 999

Latest News

Updated 23.04.2018 - KAPOW Challenge

Riversides amazing team of super heroes took part in this weekends "KAPOW" challenge raising funds for Severn Hospice.  The challenge included a 5km run as well as 10 inflatable obstacles!! our team did amazingly well and we are very proud of them. 

If you would like to help us raise funds you can do so via our just giving page Donate

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Updated 18.04.2018

May Bank Holiday Pharmacy opening times

News update 16.04.2018

Press release from SaTH regarding phlebotomy services at Princess House Closure of Phlebotomy Services at Princess House

Updated 28.02.2018

PLANNING APPLICATION WITHDRAWN FOR NEW GP SURGERY IN THE CENTRE OF SHREWSBURY

 

We are sorry to advise that due to Shropshire Council’s decision to withdraw their offer of selling the land on Raven Meadows for our new building, the planning application has been withdrawn. Whilst we are dismayed at this news, we are confident at finding an alternative site. The council have advised us that they have made this decision based on their wider strategic plans for Shrewsbury Town Centre and will endeavor to help RMP find a suitable plot for a new medical Centre.

 

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