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Proposed Practice Merger

The Practices of Dalton Square, King Street and University, Owen Road and Rosebank have been working in collaboration for a number of years.

We currently share expertise and jointly employ a number of staff.  It is our intention to build on this collaboration further and merge our organisation to form Lancaster Medical Practice from 1 April 2017.

If you would like to know more, please find further information at the following:

Merger Newsletter

Frequently Asked Question's

Have your say .........

We look forward to engaging you within our merger process and hearing what you have to say about current and future services.

Complete a Practice Merger Questionnaire online (see link below) or collect from Reception at the Practice.

Practice Merger Questionnaire

Email us at:

Write to us: FAO Amy Williams, Interim Merger Project Lead, c/o King Street & University Practice, 38 King Street, Lancaster, LA1 1RE

Or attend a Patient Engagement Event at any of the following to meet the team and hear about our plans:

  • Wednesday 21 September @ 7.00 pm - Rosebank Medical Practice - Galgate, Highbrow, Galgate, Lancaster, LA2 0NB
  • Tuesday 27 September @ 7.00 pm - King Street Surgery, 38 King Street, Lancaster, LA1 1RE
  • Thursday 29 September @ 7.00 pm - Rosebank Medical Practice - Lancaster, Ashton Road, Lancaster, LA1 4JS

Patient Access Services

This service allows patients to:-

  • order repeat medication
  • arrange appointments
  • view your medical records
  • update your details

To set up this service photographic ID is required and a registration letter is needed to create a new login.  Please ask at reception for more information or any assistance required to set up this service.


 To download the Patient Access Mobile App for your iPhone or Android - click the apple picture on the left.


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