Please scroll through for the most common queries surrounding how the current situation with Coronavirus: COVID-19 is effecting the services at The Roxton Practice.

Coronavirus Information


Please do not come into the surgery unless you have an appointment. Information on how to get prescriptions and sick notes are available on our Coronavirus Information page. Please contact us if you have any questions.

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The surgery remains closed for appointments.

From Monday 29th June 2020, patients who are not shielding or housebound can collect their medication. There will be social distancing rules in place on site to protect everyone. Please see our Coronavirus Information page for more info.

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If you are a dispensing patient, your prescription will be delivered. If you usually pick up a prescription from the surgery, please call 01469 572058 and arrange for it to be sent electronically to a pharmacy.


You will be given access to separated entrances and consultation rooms, keeping you away from any other people. High risk patients will also have all of their health concerns dealt with in one visit.

Roxton Practice Notification

⚠️ STAY AT HOME – Every citizen must comply with these new measures EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.

You can only leave your home:
• To shop for basic essentials
• To exercise once a day
• For any medical need
• To travel to and from work

The relevant authorities, including the police, will be given the powers to enforce these measures – including through fines and dispersing gatherings.


MJog Messenger is a mobile messaging app which provides simple, secure and free communication of health related information between your GP surgery and you. MJog messenger is designed as a messaging app, not for booking appointments or ordering prescriptions. However you will receive reminders about your appointments and other health –related messages which may include links to the online services recommended by the practice for ordering prescriptions and booking appointments.


We have been informed of a possible scam. Some women are being contacted by text message, claiming to be from the call and recall service to advise they are overdue for screening. The message asks them to call a mobile number and provide personal details.

These messages are not from the NHS Cervical Screening Programme. The Action Fraud Line has been contacted. Please do not call anyone without contacting your GP practice first.



‼️ Walk-in Blood Clinics: These are currently unavailable. Please contact the surgery on 01469 572058 or use askmyGP to arrange an appointment.

‼️ Prescriptions: Please place all repeat prescription requests in the box provided at the main doors of the surgery. Prescriptions cannot be collected – please call 01469 572058 to arrange for it to be sent electronically.

‼️ Sick Notes: Call 01469 572058 to arrange for your sick note to be emailed to you.

Our Coronavirus Information page is kept up-to-date, please refer to it if you have any queries before getting in touch regarding any queries.


The General Practice has appointed Barry Jackson to be their Data Protection Officer.

The service is provided through a company called N3i.

The contact details for the DPO are:

Barry Jackson Head of Information Governance

N3i, The View, Bridgehead Business Park, HU13 0GD barry.jackson@nhs.net

For queries and urgent responses contact through N3i service desk:

Phone: 0300 002 0001 Email: N3i.support@nhs.net

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.

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