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Knowle Green Medical, GP Practice in Staines                        CQC Rating

PLEASE NOTE WE WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAY 26 FEBRUARY BETWEEN 1PM AND 2.30PM - PLEASE REFER TO THE SECTION"OPENING TIMES" AND "WHEN WE ARE CLOSED" IF YOU NEED ADVICE

We are one of the longest established GP practices in Staines.

Knowle Green Medical is a five doctor practice consisting of one male partner, two female partners and two female salaried practitioners. We are fully committed to the prin­ciples of the NHS. We still believe that the provision of healthcare should be determined first by the medical needs of the patients and not decided purely on financial grounds.

As a relatively small GP practice we endeavour to offer continuity of care where possible while continuing to operate effectively as a team. We work closely with the other practices in Spelthorne, namely SASSE Health, and we jointly strive to offer the best services possible for the local community. The practice is also involved in teaching both undergraduates and postgraduate doctors in their training.

Parking

Free car parking is available past the Staines Health Centre at the end of Burges Way. The staff car park is only for authorised users. Vehicles should not be parked on the double yellow lines at the front of the building. The area must be kept clear to allow the safe passage of emergency vehicles.

Disabled Facilities

There are two dropped kerbs along the frontage of the Staines Health Centre. A wheelchair is available for the use of patients who have difficulty getting from their transport into the Health Centre. The centre has been designed for wheelchair access and includes a toilet for the disabled.

                                                                                                                                                      

Practice Patient Leaflet

(Site updated 19/02/2018)
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