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Our Sites

White Horse Health Centre

The White Horse Health Centre was built in 2012 and is the product of the merge of Westbury Community Hospital and Eastleigh Practice. The modern Health Centre is built to serve 30,000 patients and is equipped with some of the latest medical equipment you can buy. With more than 40 clinical spaces and more than 10 administrative spaces, the building is a busy, hard-working environment and is one of the largest medical facilities in Wiltshire.

Bratton Surgery

The Tynings used to house big greenhouses for fruit, vegetable and flower beds for Perry's Greengrocers in Westbury. In the 1970s social housing was built on the site for the elderly to rent and live independently. The practice rents one of the ground floor flats, previously the surgery was in the grounds of Hillworth House. Throughout the 1970s a doctor held a surgery in the church hall, privacy was non-existent with the level of activity! Before the Dispensary was setup drugs would be dispensed from chemists in Westbury to the local shop to be handed out. Dr. Higgins was the GP at Bratton Surgery from 1952 to 1974 and lived at Emms Farm.


We provide the following facilities at Westbury Group Practice surgeries and, although signposted, any of our staff would be pleased to direct you.

  • Free Car Parking
  • Drinking Water
  • Toilets
  • Baby Feeding and Changing Facilities

Please note that all Westbury Group Practice surgeries are No Smoking sites.

Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) operates at all Westbury Group Practice surgeries.

Disabled Access

We will always do our best to accommodate disabled patients, our sites are equipped with the following.

  • Disabled Parking
  • Lift Access (White Horse Health Centre only, Bratton Surgery is ground floor.)
  • Automatic Doors 
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Hearing Loops
  • Language Line Facility

If you have any concerns, comments or suggestions regarding access to any aspect of our services, please contact Sam Rawlings at the White Horse Health Centre. Sam is our disability advocate, she is here to help and will be pleased to see you. Deaf, hard of hearing and any other patients who cannot/find it difficult to use the telephone may use to communicate with us.


From Tuesday 1st January 2019 all NHS sites and services across Bath & North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire will be smoke free. Read more below.

A Smokefree NHS


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