The surgery was originally built in the 1960s with substantial extensions being added in the late 1970s and early 1980s. All our consulting rooms are located on the ground floor and there is a ramp at the main entrance for disabled access. In addition there is an intercom at the main door which may be used to call for any assistance required to open external doors. There are internal fire doors to open so please let reception know if any assistance is needed or if there are any other special needs you may have.
New contractual requirements came into force from 1st April 2014 requiring that GP practices should make available a statement of intent in relation to the following IT developments:
Please find below details of the practice stance with regards to these developments:
We are proud of the services we provide to our patients. Our mission is to provide the very best health care for you.
The surgery is a GP training practice and as such trains qualiﬁed doctors with the necessary additional knowledge and skills in order to become a General Practitioner. These doctors have completed their medical studies and having qualiﬁed have chosen to pursue a career as a GP.
A GP trainee remains with the surgery for 12 months and will see patients and undertake duties similar to those of the surgery doctors. As a consequence, you may be offered an appointment
with a GP trainee.
We take our complaints procedure very seriously and value feedback the patients give us. We like to hear when we have done something right or wrong.
NHS Wokingham Clinical Commissioning Group (the CCG) is a group of 13 GP practices in the Borough of Wokingham, Berkshire.
Find out more by visiting www.wokinghamccg.nhs.uk.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and adult social care services in England. They make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and encourage care services to improve. They monitor, inspect and regulate services to make sure they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety and publish what they find.
The CQC also protect the interests of vulnerable people. They have a range of powers to use to take action if people are getting poor care. Now by law all GP practices must be registered with the CQC to make sure that the standards of care and treatment provided meets national standards of quality and safety. The CQC will inspect GP practices to make sure these standards are met. If you would like any further information on the Care Quality Commission, including details of the national standards of quality and safety please go to their website www.cqc.org.uk