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Latest Priory Avenue Surgery Newsletter is now on line. Please follow this link

December 2016 Friends & Family Test results are now available to read here.

Welcome to Dr Funmi Chirnside - January 2017

We are delighted to welcome Dr Funmi Chirnside who has joined both Priory Avenue Surgery and Circuit Lane Surgery as our new Lead GP. 
Dr Chirnside has a huge range of experience; she trained as an obstetrician and then as a GP in the Royal Navy. She left the Navy after 14 years and has since experienced working in prison healthcare, urgent care and in GP practices.
Dr Chirnside has a medical law and ethics degree and is passionate about mental health and wellbeing. She is also part of Dying Matters, a national organisation which promotes talking about and preparing for death and dying.
Dr Chirnside is bringing her enthusiasm and wealth of experience to both surgeries to help improve patient care.

  •  Priory Avenue Surgery is now operated by OneMedicalGroup

From Thursday 1 September, OneMedicalGroup began operating Priory Avenue Surgery. You can still contact the surgery in the usual way and the telephone numbers remain the same. Our new patient leaflets are now available so please pop in to collect yours.  Please email ppiteam.berkshirewest@nhs.net should you have any questions, or contact Priory Avenue Patient Participation Group at the surgery for further information.

Please follow this link to read the minutes from the Patient Participation Group

  • Please remember each appointment is 10 minutes long. If you arrive after your appointment time it is down to the doctors discretion if they are still able to see you.
  • If you have been happy with the care you have received from Priory Avenue Surgery, please visit NHS Choices and complete some feedback.

Test Results

If you wish to know your results please telephone the enquiry line after 11am. Also please note that if you have internet access your test results will be available to you on line 24/7

If you are registered for Patient Access you can check your results there.

To register for Patient Access follow the link.

Specimens are taken to the hospital at 10.45am and 4.00pm.

The time taken for us to receive the reports vary. When you take your test you will be told how long it will be before the results are returned to the practice.

You will be notified only if the result is abnormal, except in the case of cervical smears where you will always receive the result.

Note that the practice has a strict policy regarding confidentiality and data protection and we will only release test results to the person to whom they relate unless that person has given prior permission for the release of this data or they are not capable of understanding the results.

It is your responsibility to check your results and to make an appointment to discuss them with your doctor if you are advised to do so.

(updated 30.4.2015)

 
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