Chipping Campden Doctors' Surgery
A partnership of three experienced GPs - Drs Jacquie Williams, Rebecca Zamir and Matthew Degnan - supported by Salaried Doctors, Practice Nurses, Health Care Assistants and phlebotomists, Practice dispensary and a full administration team along with Clinical Pharmacist, Frailty Matron, Social Prescriber, District Nurses, Community Midwives, Health Visitors and other attached staff from secondary care. We offer the complete range of services you would expect from a GP Practice for all ages of patient and across all their diverse clinical needs. We welcome enquiries from new patients and feedback on how we are doing from existing patients via the Patient Participation Group.
T:  01386 841894      W:
Patient Participation Group
Aimed at allowing the doctors to know how they can improve their service and how their patients perceive the surgery and staff. The group offers patients an opportunity to be involved with and support Chipping Campden Doctors' Surgery.
Surgery Friends
We raise money to provide enhanced facilities for patients at Chipping Campden Doctors' Surgery which would not normally be provided by the practice itself or NHS.
Mental Health Support
If you're worried about mental health, a good place to start is the Mind website
Local support is available from:
Cotswold Counselling Telephone Support
Counselling provides the opportunity to talk in confidence to someone who is trained to listen. Counselling can help make sense of what you are feeling about difficulties you are experiencing in your life at this time.
Red Cross Telephone Support Line
This free service provides emotional support from volunteers trained in the Red Cross ‘CALMER’ psychosocial support approach. Volunteers can also offer information and advice and can refer people into our local teams on the ground should people need practical support such as accessing food or medication. Call free on:
T: 0808 196 3651
Qwell is an easily accessible online well-being service for adults in need of mental health support. Some people may be struggling with social determinants such as smoking, bad housing or unemployment. Some are carers and some are living with entrenched problems or long-term conditions; others are coping with anxiety or depression. Adults accessing Qwell can do so without the waiting lists or thresholds often associated with traditional services. They can join online peer support communities or access self-help materials once registered. This service is available county wide. Please click on the following link to register and for further information:
Teens in crisis
Support for children and young people aged 9-21 and their families.
Text: 07520 634063   T: 01594 372777   E:   W:

Details of the many organisations able to help can be downloaded here
NHS Foundation Trust
Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust was formed in October 2019 to provide joined up physical health, mental health and learning disability services. 
NHS Foundation Trusts are accountable to their local population, rather than to central Government. We are regulated by NHS Improvement and help ensure local accountability, ownership and control of NHS services in your area. We also seek to provide people with an opportunity to learn about services and get more involved.
We work with our members, services users and their carers and local organisations to gather feedback and advice. This feedback helps us develop a range of comprehensive services that meet the needs of our local communities and make continued improvements in all that we do.
T: 03004 218100   W:   E:
Concierge Medical
Founded in 2013, Concierge Medical has progressed to become a national award-winning private General Practice, providing the best healthcare to individual clients and businesses throughout The Cotswolds and surrounding areas.
Linbury Doctors
A group of private GPs providing highly individualised care for you and your family in the comfort of your own home. Members of the Linbury Doctors Group have access to their own private doctor, along with the following benefits;
- Out-of-hours appointments
- Urgent and flexible appointments
- Specialist referrals
- Private prescriptions
- Home visits
- Next-day results
- Annual health checks
As part of the service (or as bespoke corporate packages) we are also able to provide COVID testing, flu immunisations as well as competitive executive packages.
Depending on whether there is sufficient interest we are also looking up at setting up local pop up clinics and/or talks on medical topics. For instance, we are starting a blog series on menopause (click here) which we have used as a basis for talks in the past.
T: 03330 507338    E:   W:
Community Wellbeing Service
Social Prescriber - Improving health & wellbeing
Many things can affect your health and wellbeing. GPs tell us that many people visit them feeling isolated or lonely, stressed out by work, money or housing problems. Or by managing long-term conditions. That’s where social prescribing comes in. It starts with a conversation. Health care professionals may refer you to a social prescriber, however anyone can refer you (with your permission), or you can contact us yourself. Social Prescribers are there to listen to you, and put you in touch with the people and activities that might help you to feel better.
It could be a community group, a new activity or a local club - a gardening club, men in sheds, a book club, lunch clubs or knit and natter groups. Or help finding information and guidance, legal advice or debt counselling. 
Studies show that people get better and feel better faster than those treated with medicine alone. And because it works, it’s happening more and more. The service is free and confidential, supports individuals 16+ who reside in Gloucestershire and/or registered with a GP in Gloucestershire.  
Your local Social Prescribers in the North Cotswolds are Carol Stockman and Karen Price.
T: 07738 106384     E:  
Campden Home Nursing
Nursing day & night - Cancer support - Bereavement counselling & support
Campden Home Nursing is an independent local charity based in Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. We provide free registered nursing care for those living with a life limiting illness who wish to be cared for at home, and holistic support for their families and carers.
T: 01386 840505   E:   W:​​​​​​​
Chipping Campden Chemist
Opening hours are now 9am to noon and 2pm to 6pm.
Grey's Opticians
Greys Opticians is a small, independent, family-run group of three practices in Warwickshire and Gloucestershire which was established in 1984 by husband and wife, Christopher and Elizabeth Grey, who have both worked within the profession for thirty years. The Chipping Campden practice is temporarily closed but they are operating essential eye care services during reduced opening hours Monday to Friday 9.00am to noon at our Stratford practice, while Dr Grey may also come over to Chipping Campden to see patients in cases of emergency. 
T: 01386 848884    E:    W:
Today's Dental Care
Today's Dental Care provides a wide range of services in Chipping Campden, to keep your teeth and mouth healthy for the long term. State-of-the-art technology, regular training courses and an eye on current dental research developments: we do everything we can to ensure professional care for your teeth. And, it goes without saying that friendly service and a relaxed atmosphere form a natural part of your visit.
The Willows Ear Hygiene
The Willow is an independent clinic near Moreton in Marsh, offering ear wax removal services for the whole of the North Cotswolds, South Warwickshire and The Vale of Evesham.
We offer both Irrigation and Micro-suction procedures for the safe, comfortable removal of your problem wax.
T: 01386 701650   W:
Avon Mobile Foot Care
Treatment & Advice on
*nail trimming *removal of corns *callus reduction *cracked heels
*reduction of thickened nails *fungal nail treatment
*treatment of athlete’s foot and verrucas
*relaxing re exology with every treatment
Call Chris Nock
T: 0770 2600 004 E:
Gloucestershire Deaf Association
Help with all aspects of deafness
GDA is a charity providing vital practical and emotional support to children, young people and adults living in Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Swindon and South Gloucestershire who are deaf, hard of hearing or deafened. All the services GDA offers, aim to enable a person to live confidently with their deafness.
After the Covid pandemic they hope to resume their sessions servicing NHS hearing aids at Badgers Field.
W:   E:   T: 01452 372999
Hearing Aid Batteries
Replacement batteries
If you're having trouble getting replacement batteries for your NHS hearing aid, please contact Judith Ellis who can arrange a supply.
T: 01386 840561    E:​​​​​​​
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