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St Saviour's Surgery

Merick Road

Malvern Link

Worcestershire

WR14 1DD

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Phone: 01684 572323

     Fax: 01684 891067

 

 

 

 

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Welcome


We are a small, friendly surgery based in Malvern Link with a practice population of around 4,650 spread over quite a wide urban and rural area geographically. We pride ourselves on the fact that being a small practice we can offer as personal a service as our resources allow.

 

We have 3 part-time GPs and the nursing department comprises 3 part-time practice nurses and 1 part-time health care assistant. We have a reception team who run the systems which enable the practice to function efficiently.

 

The surgery is purpose built, equipped with facilities for the disabled and is easily accessible with good car parking. The surgery is ideal for the requirements of modern family medicine, providing a wide range of services including family planning, health promotion, weight monitoring, child immunisations, travel vaccinations, minor surgery as well as long term chronic disease management.

 

The practice has been accredited as a GP training practice. This means that we will be having a number of qualified doctors on placement at the practice.  All of the doctors will have full registration with the General Medical Council. The placements will normally be for either four or twelve months.

 

We look forward to our next placement doctor arriving in August 2019. This doctor, who is in their third year of postgraduate medical education, will be with us for 12 months.  The aim of their placement is to give them meaningful experience of general practice and some exposure to community- based teams such as district nurses. It will also help them to understand the relationship between general practice and hospitals.

 

The doctor will be undertaking a full clinical workload but will be under supervision by one of our existing doctors.

 

As part of their training, they will need to film some of their consultations. You may be asked for permission to film your consultation. If you are asked and you would prefer for your consultation not to be filmed, please tell the receptionist or the doctor. Declining permission for your consultation to be filmed will not prejudice your care with us. Please be reassured that all recordings are confidential and will be destroyed when they are no longer required.

 

 

Please note - Documents relating to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law are available on our Freedom of Information page

 

 


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