BANK HOLIDAY OPENING TIMES
The surgery will be working on bank holiday Friday and Monday between the hours of 8:00am and 4:00pm on these two days. Previous information still applies, DO NOT COME DOWN TO THE SURGERY UNLESS ADVISED TO DO SO. The doctors and nurses will still call you instead of or before your appointment time.
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 31/03/2020
Click link below for:
Self Isolation and Self Distancing Guidance for Patients for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 29/03/2020
IF YOU FEEL THAT YOU ARE IN THE EXTREMELY VULNERABLE PATIENT GROUP AND YOU HAVE NOT YET RECIEVED THE GOVERNMENT'S LETTER PLEASE REGISTER AT THE LINK BELOW:
IF YOU NEED AN ISOLATION NOTE FOR YOUR EMPLOYER AFTER BEING ADVISED TO SELF-ISOLATE BY NHS111 OR YOUR GP YOU CAN DO THIS AT THE LINK BELOW:
THE SURGERY WILL BE OPERATING A TELEPHONE TRIAGE ONLY SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
ROUTINE APPOINTMENTS HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED.
IF YOU HAVE A ROUTINE APPOINTMENT PLEASE DO NOT COME IN TO SURGERY UNLESS ADVISED TO DO SO FIRST. IF YOU HAVE AN APPOINTMENT BOOKED WITH A DOCTOR, THEY WILL TELEPHONE YOU INSTEAD.
If a nurse has directed you here for diabetic info
Please click here:
COVID Letter for Type 1 Diabetics
COVID Letter for Type 2 Diabetics
The Surgery @ Wheatbridge
30 Wheatbridge Road
Telephone: 01246 277287
The surgery is normally open between:
8:00am - 6:30pm Monday to Friday
Additional pre-bookable extended hours appointments are available each day between 7:00am-8:00am.
The Surgery's phone lines are available from 8:00am until 6:00pm.
From 6:00pm untill 6:30pm our phone lines are diverted to the Out of Hours Service.
The General Practitioners
Dr Emer O’Donnell
Dr James Spooner
Dr Raquel Garofano
Dr Ali Al-Sahab
Dr Sue Savage
Dr Dinu Joseph
Dr Lizzie Williams
Dr Elaine Guirey
Dr Mark Loveland
Reserved car parking spaces for the disabled are marked in the rear car park. Wheelchair access to the building is available. All areas of the building are accessible by lifts and we have a wheelchair for use by patients. Patients' WCs are provided. If access proves difficult to any of our disabled patients we would be happy to consider any suggestions for improvement.