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GPsDr Tim Humphrey returned to full time duties at his London medical practice with effect from the beginning of July 2017. His clinics have been taken on by Dr Richard Eastwood, who is now a full-time salaried doctor.

AdviceASAP Campaign

Demand for GP services continues to increase as the population ages. Please help us manage demand for appointments by considering whether you really do need to see a GP or nurse. For example, pharmacists can treat many minor ailments just as effectively. You can find guidance about this on the AdviceASAP website    

"Your Circle"

is a website that gives you access to information, advice and support to help you,

and anyone you know or care for, stay independent, safe and well. It will help you to

find out what’s available in your local community and what you can do for yourself. Click here.

Did you know...

that when the surgery is closed, you can speak to and if appropriate, be seen by, an out of hours GP? If you phone the surgery when it is closed, your call will be automatically forwarded to the Gloucestershire Out of Hours GP Service. Alternatively, you can contact the service directly on 08454-220220.   

The Friends & Family Test

The Friends & Family Test was introduced for GP Surgeries by the Department of Health on 1/12/2014.

This is a very short questionnaire which we would like you to complete each time you use our service.

The results will be published monthly on the NHS Choices and the NHS England websites.


For more information, visit

To complete a Friends & Family questionnaire online in respect of a recent consultation, please click on "Take the Patient Survey" at the bottom of this page.

Thank you.


Access to Medical Records

Patients can view their medical records in two ways.

Online Access to Medical Records

With effect from 31/3/2016, patients are able to view their detailed, coded medical record online and free of charge. This record will include diagnoses, test results, immunisations, medication issues and details of appointments.

Access is obtained through the practice's patient portal, known as SystmOnline, which many patients already use to request repeat medication and book appointments. If you are not already using SystmOnline, you will need to register as a new user at our Reception desk. Please bring photo identification such as a passport, or driving licence.

Once registered as a SystmOnline user, you will need to read our leaflet which will draw your attention to some important things that you will need to consider when viewing your records. You will also need to complete our application form and hand it in to Reception. 

Registration as a SystmOnline user and submission of the application form can be completed in a single, brief visit to our Reception desk.

Access to Medical Records under Data Protection Act 1998

Patients can also apply for hard copies of part, or all, of their medical record under the Data Protection Act 1998.

If your record is large and there is a lot of work involved in photocopying it, you may be charged up to £50, although we always try to keep these costs to a minimum. 

If you would like to use this service, please complete this application form (instead of the one above) and hand it in to Reception. You will be contacted when your copy of the records is ready and you will need to bring a form of photo identification and payment when you come to collect it.


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