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Improved access appointments now available - see News section for more details.

  • Due to a change in personal circumstances we are sadly losing a valued member of our reception team.

However this means we have an exciting opportunity for someone new to join our established reception team. This could be a single post of 34 hours or we would consider a job share of 37 hours if the right two candidates came along.    Working hours vary between 7.45 and 6.30 pm.  

Contact surgery for application pack. Applicants will be asked to collect from surgery or this can be emailed on request.
Surgery will accept completed application form together with a current CV.


Download the free MJOG app for secure, two-way communication with Lansdowne Surgery.

If you are registered patient with us over the age of 16 and have a smart phone, download the free MJOG app today!

MJOG provides a simple and secure channel for two-way communications between the Practice and you, including:

  • Handy appointment reminders
  • Instant notifications from their GP Practice
  • One-click process for cancelling their appointments
  • Private and secure messaging

MJOG can be downloaded from the App Store, or Google Play. It’s really easy to use and has no hidden messaging costs.

Please ensure that we have your up to date contact details.

You can now book appointments, order medication and access some elements of your medical record through SystmOnline, if you have registered at Reception for this service.  

Please go to Quick Links and choose Online Services - on the right hand side of the screen, to find out more about this service.  

If you now have a user name and password, click on 'SystmOnline' at the bottom left of the screen.

Taking your health seriously

Making sure we stay healthy and live well is our own responsibility. Eating a healthy diet, not smoking and taking plenty of exercise is vital in helping us to maintain a healthy lifestyle and avoid potentially life threatening illness such as Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke.
Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group is therefore asking people to make small changes to their lifestyles to help them to live well for longer and to reduce the financial impact avoidable illness has on the health system in our county.
Dr Lindsay Kinlin GP at The Avenue Surgery in Warminster comments:
“An unhealthy lifestyle has a huge impact on your health. Some pretty serious diseases such as Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and some cancers can all be linked to a poor diet, lack of exercise and smoking. Issues with joints, especially the knees and back can be exacerbated if you’re overweight and even carrying out your daily routine can be a challenge for some people.

“Small changes in diet, such as making sure you eat five portions of fruit and vegetables a day, or doing some form of exercise, no matter what it is, every day for just half an hour can all help. Walking is a great way to stay active, so instead of taking the car for short journeys, why not walk instead!

“We all have busy lives but taking the time to look at where you can make positive changes will make a difference. Although we are here to help you should you become unwell, it’s important to remember that you also need to do what you can to ensure that you stay healthy, only you can change your attitude towards your health.”

Simon Truelove, Interim Chief Officer for Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group says:
“NHS budgets are continuously being stretched and we need to find ways to provide quality health services within a limited budget.

“Making the right choices and taking personal responsibility for your health, frees up valuable healthcare practitioner time to focus on those most in need. It also reduces the financial pressure on local NHS services and allows us to reduce spend on treating those illnesses that are almost entirely avoidable.”

There is lots of helpful advice and information on smoking, drinking, eating, moving, sleeping and stress on the NHS One You website. The website also includes a quiz which looks at how healthy you are now and provides tips on how you can start your journey to become healthier. For further information please visit
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