Important information about the coronavirus (COVID-19)

The latest information on symptoms of coronavirus can be found on

Stay at home if you have coronavirus symptoms, DO NOT go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.

  • a high temperature you feel hot to touch on your chest or back

  • a new, continuous cough this means you've started coughing repeatedly You do not need to contact 111 to tell them you're staying at home, but you can call them for advice.

If you suspect you have coronavirus and require a test please call 119.


We are asking all patients who attend the practice to wear a face covering to ensure the safety of the public and staff, many thanks.

Exemptions - people who do not have to wear a face covering

The requirement to wear a face covering does not apply to:

  • a child under the age of 11

  • passengers in an allocated cabin, berth or other similar accommodation, when they are alone or with members of their household or support bubble

  • passengers who remain in their private vehicle while on board public transport, for example on a car ferry

  • an employee of the transport operator, when they are acting in the course of their employment

  • any other person providing services to the transport operator, under arrangements made with the transport operator, who is providing those services

  • a constable or police community support officer acting in the course of their duty

  • an emergency responder such as a paramedic or fire officer acting in the course of their duty

  • an official, for example a border force officer, acting in the course of their duties

You also do not need to wear a face covering if you have a good reason not to. This includes:

  • if you have a physical or mental illness or impairment, or a disability that means you cannot put on, wear or remove a face covering

  • if putting on, wearing or removing a face covering would cause you severe distress

  • if you are travelling with, or providing assistance to, someone who relies on lip reading to communicate

  • if you are travelling to avoid injury or escape the risk of harm, and you do not have a face covering with you

  • if you need to remove it during your journey to avoid harm or injury or the risk of harm or injury to yourself or others

  • if you need to eat, drink, or take medication you can remove your face covering

  • if you are asked to remove your face covering by a police officer or other official, for example to check your railcard

The current government guidance on exemption suggests there is no requirement for evidence of exemption therefore it is sufficient for an individual to self-declare this.  The GP is not in a position to provide individual risk assessments or letters for patients who feel they meet the criteria to be exempt. 

To assist in your self-declaration you can follow the link and print off an applicable card to carry.

Or you can buy one for £0.55p from the Hidden Disabilities website:

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Welcome to Hazelmere Medical Centre based in Blaby, Leicester

Opening Hours & Out of Hours Contact Details

The Medical Centre is open:

Monday 08:00-18:30  
Tuesday 08:00-18:30 
Wednesday 08:00-18:30 
Thursday 08:00-18:30 
Friday 08:00-18:30

The telephone lines are open from 08:00 – 18:30

We are offer some additional early pre-booked only clinics throughout the week 07:30 – 08:00.



Please read our Practice Privacy Notice and a
Patient Information Leaflet.



CQC Inspection

NHS 111 is now active for this area!!!

If you require medical attention when we are closed which does not warrant a 999 call please ring the NHS emergency and urgent care service free on 111.

Bank Holiday Hours are:

We are closed for the following bank holidays: Good Friday, Easter Monday, May bank holiday, Spring bank holiday, August bank holiday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.


Mission Statement

The mission of Hazelmere Medical Centre is to improve the health of our patient population and to manage illness with skill and compassion.  We aim to work with our patients in providing excellent and modern, family centered health care.  We are committed to ensure that this care is provided with sensitivity and takes into account, the best and latest clinical evidence that is available both in treating our patients and in providing preventative services to keep our patients in the best possible health.

Medicines Formulary

Leicestershire Health Community Medicines Formulary
Non NHS Fees

Use of Patient data

A patient’s guide PDF
NHS Summary Care Record PDF








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