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Weston-super-Mare's first healthcare super-partnership

Pier Health Group is designed to deliver the very best in healthcare for over 100,000 patients across Weston-super-Mare, Worle and local villages.


Our Practices

Each Pier Health practice in the Weston-super-Mare area serves its own patient list whilst benefitting from Pier Health Group support, ensuring we bring the best in care to the whole community. 

Partner Surgery

3 Nithsdale Road,
BS23 4JP

01934 622665

Partner Surgery

234 Milton Road
BS22 8AG

01934 249554

Partner Surgery

87 New Bristol Road
BS22 6AJ

01934 515878

Partner Surgery

Highlands Lane, Locking Castle
BS24 7DX

01934 524260

Partner Surgery

Hillyfields Way
BS25 1AF

01934 842 211

Partner Surgery

168 Locking Road
BS23 3HQ

01934 624242

Affiliated Surgery

22 Graham Road
BS23 1YA

01934 628 111

Affiliated Surgery​

68 Lonsdale Avenue
BS23 3SJ

0345 350 3973

COVID-19 vaccination programme

The NHS is vaccinating people in Weston-super-Mare, Worle and surrounding villages at Riverbank Medical Centre, Weston-super-Mare.

Here at Pier Health, we’ve transformed Riverbank Medical Centre into your local dedicated COVID-19 vaccination hub. You can download directions here.

Riverbank Vaccination Centre is now closed


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There are lots of viruses that cause sore throats, colds and coughs circulating. These should resolve without medical intervention. However, on very rare occasions, the bacteria that causes scarlet fever can get into the bloodstream and cause an illness called invasive Group A strep
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