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Coronavirus Alert 

If you are unwell and have recently been to mainland China, Thailand, Japan, republic of korea, hong kong, taiwan, singapore, malaysia and macau and possibly in contact with the Coronavirus, DO NOT come to the surgery or WIC but please telephone 111 for advice as to your next steps.

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

Dr Vicky Pitts has been a GP at Broadmead for the past 8 years. Vicky has decided to leave the practice to seek a new position with the option of a potential partnership. Vicky will be leaving us in April 20, this is a sad loss for us but we wish her well for her future. We appreciate this can be unsettling for our patients so if you wish to chat to Vicky or Dixine (PM) about alternative GPs, then please do not hesitate to telephone to book an appointment. We are currently recruiting a replacement for Vicky.

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 adminbmc@nhs.net 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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