Welcome to Healthcare Group Guernsey
Healthcare is the largest provider of family medicine in Guernsey. We have an experienced team of doctors, nurses, osteopaths and physiotherapists who offer a range of services designed to meet all of your family’s healthcare needs.
We have 4 surgeries across the Island and you can be seen where ever it is most convenient. The High Street Surgery, based in Boots the Chemist, St Peter Port is available to all patients registered with Healthcare. This may be a convenient option for patients who work in Town and need to see a doctor or a nurse (including Travel Clinic), or one of our osteopaths or physiotherapist. We also offer the convenience of having on-site dispensing pharmacies at each of our surgeries.
If you would like to register with Healthcare simply complete a registration form that can also be obtained from all of our surgeries.
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Appointments 8am to 6pm weekdays
You can be seen at whatever surgery is most convenient. Simply call the surgery of your choice.
Evenings and weekends
You can be seen by a doctor 24hrs a day.
On Saturday mornings there is a clinic at the St Martins Surgery from 8.30am to 12.00noon.
After 6pm weekdays and from midday on Saturday, the service is provided by the Primary Care Centre, at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital. Call the normal surgery number and you will be automatically transferred.
We can visit you at home if you cannot attend the surgery, but please try and contact us before 10am in the morning. It is important to let us know if your problem is urgent because it might be more appropriate for you to attend the hospital.