Patient demand on our service is very high right now

We have seen a significant increase in the number of patients contacting us for help. Just like our community, we are also feeling the effects of covid-19 and winter pressures, meaning our workforce is significantly reduced at times. This has been the same all across the UK.


If you have any non-urgent queries and are struggling to get through by telephone, please take advantage of our eConsult service and we will get back to you as soon as we can. We thank you for your patience and understanding.


In May 2022, our reception team took 6622 incoming calls and made 1788 outgoing calls.

Welcome to The Avenue Surgery in Warminster

Giving the best possible care for every patient

The Avenue Surgery is the home of the longest established medical practice in Warminster.

The surgery is a purpose built building with ten consultation rooms, several treatment rooms, and a nurses’ suite, built around a small courtyard.

Outside, there is a dedicated set-down area immediately next to the main entrance, for the less-able and disabled. There is also extensive parking nearby.

We also have a remote site at Station Road with five treatment rooms and administration areas on the first floor.

Our staff are committed to providing quality healthcare for the benefit of all of our patients.

Access doors to both buildings have appropriate ramps, and are wide enough for wheelchairs.

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Be Kind

Here at the Avenue Surgery, we are working as hard as we can throughout these challenging times to offer you the very best service possible.    

In return we ask you to show all our staff courtesy, kindness, and respect. There is no place for verbal or physical abuse, whether you are in the practice or on the phone.  

Anyone behaving in an unkind or disrespectful manner may receive a warning letter and recurrent instances can result in patients being asked to register elsewhere.  

Thank you for your understanding, and continued support. 

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