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Dr Chris Dykes has recently stopped working as a GP at Broadmead Medical Centre to take up the role of Clinical Director in Intermediate Urgent Care for BrisDoc, the out of hours GP service provider. Dr Dykes will be greatly missed at the Practice and we wish him well in all that he does going forward.

Please wear a mask or face covering when coming to the practice. For information about mask exemption, please click here

Coronavirus Alert 

In order to properly protect against further spread of the Coronavirus, please visit for further information, including how to protect yourself from possible infection and how the virus is spread.

If you believe you may have the Coronavirus, please DO NOT come into the practice. Please visit to check your symptoms. The website will provide further direction based on your symptoms and travel history.

While we receive guidance from the CCG regarding this, we have temporarily suspended the ability to book appointments online in order to safeguard against spread of the coronavirus. You can still book your appointments by calling reception on 01179549828.


Patient Participation Group customer_service

The purpose of our Patient Participation Group (PPG) is to establish a system of communication with our registered patients so that their views and concerns are fed back. We also aim for members of the group to have a better understanding and knowledge of the Practice, its staff and its viewpoint.

This is an opportunity to contribute and share your views with fellow patients and members of the BMC staff.

Interested in joining the group?

Great! We’d be delighted to welcome you to the group!

To join, please email or speak to a member of our reception team.

If you have any questions about the group or wish to find out more please feel free to contact Dixine Douis, Practice Manager at the surgery on 0117 954 9828. 


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