1 Belford Medical Practice 01668 213738 2 Seahouses Health Centre 01665 720917


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Welcome to the Belford Medical Practice website.

If you have any queries or comments about this website or any other matter, please contact the surgery by telephone 01668 213738 or fax 01668 213072

As you may appreciate we are very busy in the mornings.  It may be easier for you to get through for routine matters later in the day.  We recommend for routine appointments and blood results that you phone after 1pm.

From April 2013 the new Out of Hours telephone number for when you need medical help fast but it is not a life-threatening emergency is 111.  This number is free to call from landlines and mobiles.


Belford Surgery – Doctor Appointments


9 am to 11 am and 4 pm to 5.30 pm

Tuesday to Friday :

9 am to 10.30 am and 4 pm to 5.30 pm

Extended hours are offered on Tuesday evenings

at Belford 6.30 pm – 8 pm

Saturday morning appointments are also available please contact

Reception Staff for further details.

Seahouses Surgery Doctor Appointments

Monday, Thursday & Friday 9 am – 11 am

Monday Tuesday & Thursday 4 pm – 5.30 pm


The practice is able to dispense for patients who live outside the villages of Belford and Seahouses.

We can also dispense to anyone who is a visitor to the area.

Patients on repeat medication can order prescriptions in person, by phone between the hours of

9 am and 5 pm or by post, Monday to Friday only.

We now offer on line prescription ordering – please speak to our receptionists if you are interested in this service.

It is necessary to give a minimum of 2 working days notice for all prescriptions to be processed.

Patients living in Belford or Seahouses can have their prescriptions delivered to the chemist for their collection.

We deliver medicines weekly to Clarks Shop at Bamburgh on a Monday afternoon and a Thursday morning.  Lowick Village Store, Beal and Holy Island Post Office  on a Wednesday morning.  We also deliver to Beadnell Towers Hotel on Thursdays.

Patients on regular medication may be required to attend the surgery for regular checkups and this will be at the doctors discretion

Medication is prescribed on a monthly basis.  Any patient travelling out of the UK for an extended period will be allowed a prescription for a maximum of three months medication, if advance notice is given to the practice.