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Online Services

We are changing the way we do our Online services. After 31st August 2017 our clients will only be able to get repeat prescriptions using the Patient Access website. Please see Online Services for details on how to register.

Dr Nilan

After six years of service, Dr Nilan has retired from the practice to explore new ventures and opportunities.  The remaining partners wish him well for the future.  Dr Nilan has enjoyed working at the Memorial Medical Centre and wishes all the staff and patients well for the future.


Following Government advice we no longer routinely prescribe antibiotics if they won't help. Please see Further Information (No. 2).

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Welcome to  Memorial  Medical  Centre

Memorial Medical Centre is a six Partner Practice (five GPs and a Nurse Practitioner) based in Sittingbourne Kent. Our aim is to provide care to the whole person whatever the nature of their medical problem. 

Opened in 1995, the Practice strives to offer all its patients up-to-date care without losing sight of the traditional perspective. We serve more than 15,500 patients with quality care.

We are also a Training Practice helping young medical professionals launch their careers.

The purpose built surgery is located within the grounds of Sittingbourne Memorial Hospital, adjacent to the Memorial Pharmacy, providing our patients with excellent access to a full range of community services.

The premises are suitable for disabled and/or wheelchair patients and has baby changing facilities.

Memorial Medical Centre Practice leaflet 2017

From 1st September you will only be able to view your medical record, make or cancel appointments and order repeat prescriptions from the following link. See Online Services for details on how to register. The existing methods of ordering repeat prescriptions will be available until then.

For existing users of the appointments and prescriptions system please use the Online Services link above. Alternatively, just click here


(Site updated 23/03/2017)
For appointments and prescriptions please use the Online Services link above. Alternatively, just click here.
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