About

The Mortimer Medical Practice is a rural dispensing practice. Dr Robert Williams started the practice over a hundred years ago at the Croase House, Kingsland. Since then we have expanded to five partners and two assistants looking after over 8000 patients. The main surgery, Croase Orchard at Kingsland, was completed in 1989. The impressive purpose-built surgery contains five consulting rooms, a Nurses’ treatment room and a Health Care Assistants’ treatment room. A new annexe for the District Nurses, Secretary and Practice Manager was completed in 2000. This now houses our dispensary.

Five miles away in Millbrook Way at Orleton is the Orleton branch surgery. This was converted from a bungalow in 1982 and was upgraded in 2002. It contains one consulting room, a treatment room and a dispensary.

Nine miles north of Kingsland is the Leintwardine branch surgery. Leintwardine Surgery merged with Kingsland and Orleton Surgery in 2001 to form the Mortimer Medical Practice. In 2014 a new surgery was opened in the village.  This site has three consulting rooms, two treatment rooms and a minor operations suite.

All three surgeries are accessible by wheelchair and are computer linked which aids transfer of information.

All surgeries are closed at weekends and on Bank Holidays.

To see a doctor, nurse or Healthcare Assistant please telephone us or come into the surgery to book an appointment. Appointments can be made via the internet if you first obtain a password from the Practice Manager. All surgeries are by appointment only except the Young Persons Drop-In Clinic.