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 Patient Coronavirus Notice


Do not visit the GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital if you suspect you have Coronavirus.


Why are GPs needing to work differently? Your GP surgery needs your support, so it can be there to support you. We can’t meet this challenge alone. General practice desperately needs help from the Government. Visit www.bma.org.uk/supportyoursurgery to find out more We want to be honest with you. General practice will continue to struggle to meet the growing needs of patients. This isn’t the way we want it to be, but practices are open, and we are here for you when you need us. GPs, their teams, and patients have faced an extremely challenging time during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite lockdown measures lifting the pandemic is still not over. Face-to-face contact has been limited across all NHS services to protect you and keep you safe from the risk of infection. For more information please go to the link on the right or visit the BMA website as suggested above.

Training Practice

gp_and_studentWe are now a Training Practice involved in the advanced training of GP Registrars who are fully qualified Doctors.

All GP Registrars are required to spend a year working in general practice alongside specially qualified General Practitioners before they are able to go into practice on their own.

Dr Sahota is the GP Trainer in Pelham Medical Practice. Dr Biernacki is the GP Trainer in St Gregory's Medical Practice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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