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Wishing all of our patients a Happy and Healthy New Year.

Please note the next Practice Training afternoon is in 1/03/2018.

A warm welcome from the Practice to Dr Kasinathan who will be starting with us full-time ,week commencing 8/1/2018.He will be working four full days on Tuesdays,Wednesdays,Thursdays and Fridays.

 We have been accepted to host Nursing students from Lincoln University.

Our first Nursing Student will be Lisa Buckberry who be with us from 4/12/17 until 18/2/18 and will be supervised and looked after by Jemma. A warm welcome to her from everybody at Millview.


Further developments include;

1.Twice monthly Ultrasound clinics in the former police station.

2.Two days a week physiotherapy also in the former police station[Tuesdays and Thursdays]

Contact Details

MMCLogoThe Heckington surgery moved to its present location in 1987 and houses the practice dispensary, our Operating Theatre for minor surgical procedures, the Practice Manager and administrative staff. The surgery has ample parking including disabled bays and access for all mobility ranges.

The Sleaford surgery opened in 1999, originally in Church Lane, but relocated to its current location in April 2002. It is conveniently located for the town centre, with limited parking and one disabled bay. The Sleaford surgery houses a part-time administrator.

View details for:-

Address book Address

Heckington Surgery
Millview Medical Centre
1 Sleaford Road, Heckington
NG34 9QP

Telephone Numbers Telephone Numbers

01529 460213
01529 461964
Out of Hours:
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