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Flu is a bully - it's time to fight back!!

Our main flu clinic will be on Saturday 1st October however, we have limited other appointments for patients who are unable to attend on this date.


Please help us by downloading the following form, completing and bringing with you to your vaccination appointment  FLU FORM


Kelvedon and Feering Health Centre 


Dr Cedric Thompson (m) MB BS MRCGP DRCOG FPA Cert, is our senior partner and has been practising in Kelvedon for many years; he normally holds surgeries Monday - Wednesday each week.

Dr Hilary Ramsay (f) is our new Partner and comes to us from a large Chelmsford Practice.  She holds surgeries on three days of each week Monday, Thursday & Friday

Dr James Wakely (m) Salaried General Practitioner; normal working days are Thursday & Friday

Dr Joanna Birn-Jeffery (f) Salaried General Practitioner; normal working days are Tuesday & Wednesday of each week

Patients can see any of the doctors by making an appointment by telephone, online or in person at reception. Home visits are done by the ‘on-call’ doctor for that day.

As well as the usual services of Practice Nurse, District Nurse, Health Visitor and Midwife, we have Phlebotomists to take blood samples.


We aim to provide friendly, 'person-centred' medicine, combining the best of old and new ideas. We wish to provide high quality care for all our patients and pride ourselves on the courtesy and efficiency of our staff.

Possible Merger with the Brimpton House Surgery
Discussions regarding the possible merger with the Brimpton House Surgery have now concluded and it has been agreed that, at this point in time, a merger would not be in the best interest of Kelvedon & Feering Health Centre or its patients.



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