Latham House Medical Practice is the largest single group practice in the country. We are the only practice serving the market town of Melton Mowbray in Leicester and the surrounding area.

Latham House Medical Practice was established in 1931, it's aim is to provide as many services as possible, by a wide range of clinicians, to their patients, from within their premises. The Practice encourages their clinicians to have specialist areas of interest and we still believe the best services we can offer to patients is by doctors holding registered lists, so that patients can forge long lasting relationships with the doctor of their choice.




Thursday 27th April @ 13.00 Until Friday 28th April @ 08.00 In line with all other Practices in East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group this Practice will be closed on the above date for training. If you require urgent medical advice please call 01664 503000 and your call will be diverted to the medical provider covering our patients

Patient Access

Access your local GP services online

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Book new appointments without having to phone. Order repeat prescriptions so they are ready to pick up. View your medical record securely online.


Booking on-line Appointments:

REGISTERED DOCTOR: You are able to book a routine appointment with your registered doctor, however, if you are registered with a doctor who has a shared list, then you will only see one of the doctors.

HEALTH CARE ASSISTANTS: Jo, Emma and Debbie -These appointments are for ROUTINE blood tests ONLY, which have been requested by your doctor or via a letter from Latham House.  These bookings are strictly for ROUTINE BLOOD TESTS ONLY, please do not book yourself in for any other medical issue, the HCA's will not be able to attend to these and a valuable appointment will be wasted.

MAGGIE, SALLY AND LYNDSEY: For our Diabetic  patient reviews ONLY.

If encountering any problems with the online booking system, please email

NHS Your Info:

Please Click Here to Download the NHS Your Info Poster 

Please Click Here to Download the NHS Your Info Fact Sheet 

Please Click Here to Download the How We Use Your Health Records Sheet

PRG Annual Results

Please click the relevant documents below to view our PPG survey results:

Urgent Care Service

The new urgent care service for East Leicestershire and Rutland launched 1 April 2015.

It provides patients with more choice and increased access to healthcare at weekends, bank holidays and evenings. Minor injuries and illnesses will be treated locally and the service aims to reduce the time it takes patients to be seen and treated.

Urgent Care Melton Mowbray Hospital - 5pm-9pm Weekdays. Supports Patients with minor injuries, illness and urgent care needs. 

Accessing urgent care services is quick and easy:

Melton Mowbray Hospital, Thorpe Road, Melton Mowbray LE13 1SJ

Market Harborough District Hospital, Coventry Road, Market Harborough LE16 9DD

Oadby Urgent Care Centre, 18 The Parade, Oadby LE2 5BJ

Rutland Memorial Hospital, Overton Road, Oakham LE15 6NT

For full details of all local health services call NHS 111 or dial 999 for emergencies.

For more information on the new services please visit: East Leicestershire and Rutland Urgent Care.

The following number of appointments were not utilised through patients failing to attend for their appointment and not informing us beforehand

February 2017:


If you are unable to attend your appointment please telephone the surgery on 01664 503000 (or if you are signed up to our on-line services you can cancel these on-line)

Contact Details

Tel: 01664 503000
Fax: 01664 501825

For deaf or hard of hearing patients please call 0845 606 4647 for the text phone service

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday
Out of Hours Duty Doctor08:00 - 08:30
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NEWS: As from 13th March 2017 patients currently cared for by Dr Babla & Dr Johal will be cared for by Dr S Patel who is located in suite 8. NEWS: Emis are aware that some patients are experiencing an error trying to launch certain items within Patient Access (error code 7001) Please be assured the developers are working on a fix ASAP. We are sorry for the inconvenience this may cause.