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Welcome to Laurel House Surgery

Laurel House Surgery was originally founded by Dr McFee around 1910, followed by Dr McColl.

Dr Goodliffe and Dr Weston-Smith then took over and ran the surgery which was also where Dr Weston-Smith lived for many years. Since then the surgery has progressed and today offers a wide variety of facilities, including computer aided records - which help our busy practice operate efficiently and expert staff who aim to deliver high quality patient care.

We now have 9 Doctors, who employ a wide range of specially trained employees. Each member of staff is bound by the same rules of confidentiality as your Doctor and may ask you, when booking an appointment, questions to help you see the most appropriate clinician. We appreciate your help with this as they are trying to help you with the utmost efficiency.


Parking and disabled access

disabilityAt Laurel House Surgery there is limited patient parking provided in our car park situated on the corner of Albert Road and Marmion Street, with access from Albert Road. In order to help other patients we ask that you only park there whilst visiting the surgery. 

Parking at the Fazeley surgery is available in the surgery car park. We provide ramped access and toilet facilities for use by disabled patients. Please tell the receptionist if you would prefer to be seen downstairs.


Practice Closure 

The Practice will be closed one Tuesday afternoon each month for staff training and clinical updates. As of April 2018 this will now be at 1pm, you can find more information on this by clicking the News tab.

 


In March 2018 90 patients did not attend their GP appointments and 56 patients did not attend their appointments with a nurse.

Please remember to cancel your appointment(s) if they are no longer needed. Thank you.


(Site updated 17/09/2018)
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