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Werrington Village Surgery welcome Dr Gonugunta .  Dr Gonugunta is a qualified Doctor having previously worked at the Royal Stoke Hospital, she is undertaking additional training to specialise in General Practice.

All our patients have a named accountable GP. If you would like to confirm the name of your accountable GP please contact reception

Have you visited the surgery recently? We really value your feedback good or bad ...... please take our 2 question family and friends survey. Click on the Family and Friend Survey link on the right hand side of this page  THANK YOU

 

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Named Accountable GP

All our patients have a named accountable GP.  Dr Gubbi has taken responsibility for patients previously allocated to Dr Bennett. If you would like to confirm the name of your accountable GP please contact reception

Urine Samples

When dropping off a urine sample please ensure you have completed a patient form, otherwise the sample cannot be processed.  You would be amazed at how many samples get dropped off ( or even posted through the letter box) with no patient information.

 

 

 

This Surgery supports Smoking Cessation

Want to quit we will support you throughout the process

Patient Participation Group

We are always looking for new members to join the Patient Participation Group at the surgery.  If you would like to be involved or the be sent information please leave your e-mail address with reception.

The Next Patient Participation Group Meeting is  13th  October 2016

Other quality initiatives currently available are direct feedback to reception staff, a complaints box together with Complaints/Suggestions  forms, available in practice.  Or if you wish to discuss any issues of concern you can ask to speak to the reception manager or practice manager.  If you wish to remain anonymous your confidence will be respected.

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