Please note that we now operate a same day service for clinician appointments. You should only submit a request if you would like it addressing on the same day, otherwise wait and send your request on a day that you are available.
To access our online request service, please click the link belowGo to askmyGP
CORONAVIRUS If you have any of the following symptoms, GET A TEST AND STAY AT HOME
• a high temperature
• a new, continuous cough
• a loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste
To view the recent and upcoming changes to National restrictions in our area, click here: www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Please continue to wear a face covering
We’re aware of the lifting of the remaining COVID-19 restrictions from 19th July 2021, however we still need to act cautiously to stop the spread of the virus. The delta variant is more transmissible, and people visiting health premises may be contagious without knowing it.
Many are still not fully vaccinated, so cutting virus transmissions is still important. Health premises are a higher risk environment, and we need to maintain some control measures to keep everyone safe.
We are asking everyone who visits the site to please:
• WEAR A FACE COVERING
• MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCING
• USE HAND GEL/WASH
You can still call the practice
Care Navigators are members of GP support staff who have been trained to help you get the right help from the right health profession as soon as possible. All practice staff take data protection and patient confidentiality very seriously, so whilst you may notice that they ask you a few more questions, you don't need to worry. They’re just helping to get you the right care, from the most appropriate member of the General Practice team.Get in touch
Need help using online services?
At peak times we have received over 1000 calls per day to the practice which means phone lines can be busy at times. You may find it quicker and easier to use our online services however we understand that not everyone finds this easy. Our Digital Inclusion Team are here to help you get connected. Just ask one of Care Navigators for their details.learn more
Welcome to Roxton
The Roxton Practice has provided medical services to the people of Immingham and the surrounding area for more than 60 years. The first home for the practice in Immingham was a small house in Manby Road, serving the population of Immingham. The Roxton Practice then moved to Worsley Road in approximately 1960 until 2004 when they moved into the Pilgrim Primary Centre in Immingham. More recently Roxton also provides services for our Grimsby residents at Weelsby View Health Centre as well as operating from The Health Centre in Keelby.About Roxton