Barrack Lane Medical Centre

1 Barrack Lane, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 3NQ | Telephone: 01473 252827


Welcome to the Barrack Lane & Stoke Park Medical Centre

Barrack Lane

Urgent advice: Practice Opening Times Update

From the 1st July 2024, Barrack Lane Medical Centre will no longer be open on Saturday mornings for admin and prescription queries. Appointments will still be available for patients to book with the GP+ Extended Hours service which offers appointments on weekday evenings and at weekends with doctors and practice nurses (Only certain health checks are available to be booked with the nurses). To book appointments with GP+, please contact reception.

Are you or your child up to date with the MMR Vaccination?

MMR Vaccinations

The MMR vaccine is a safe and effective combined vaccine, It protects against 3 serious illnesses (Click the links below to find out more on each illness):

These highly infectious conditions can easily spread between unvaccinated people. Getting vaccinated is important, as these conditions can also lead to serious problems including Meningitis, hearing loss and problems during pregnancy. Two doses of the MMR vaccine provide the best protection against Measles, Mumps and Rubella.

Please see the following links for more information about vaccinations:

The MMR Vaccine

Why vaccination is important and safe


Please be aware that a privately operated vehicle number plate recognition scheme is now in force at both Barrack Lane and Stoke Park Medical Centres with a permitted maximum stay of 60 minutes. Should you run over the allotted hour please inform reception.

Patients and visitors coming to the surgery that wish to make use of the car park MUST now register their vehicle immediately on arrival with EVERY visit. The screens to register your veichle can be found in the reception areas at both practices. If you need assistance with entering your car registration please see a member of our reception team at the front desk.

Failure to register your car will result in a penalty notice over which the practice has no influence

Blood test

If you have been asked by the GP practice, Hospital or any other health care provider to get a blood test, you can book them at Landseer Road Phlebotomany Clinic or Ipswich Hospital.

To find out more information, click here.


Information and advice on how to stay safe

rec area

Advice on who to see, registration, sick note, test results and medical reports.


Health and Family Advice


Find out more about our appointments system and extended and out of hours services


Order your repeat prescriptions online 24/7 with our online services

NHS App Prescription



Find out more about the services we provide at the practice


Patient registrations, sick notes, practice policies and feedback and complaints.


Find out more about medical student placements


Meet the practice team


Information on the patient participation group, who they are, what they do and how to apply

Barrack Lane Friends and Family Questionnaire

Please answer these simple questions on the form below to help us make improvements to the services you receive


You can find out more about the Friends and Family Test at:

NHS Friends and Family

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