Welcome to Brinsley Avenue Practice
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We hope this website provides you with all the information you need with regards to the surgery and the services we offer.
- Dr Hendley
- Dr Webb
- Dr Bridgwood
- Dr Macarenhas
- Dr Jolley
Booking Appointments & Requesting Repeat Prescriptions Online
To be able to book an appointment or request a repeat prescription online you must first obtain an identification number and password from the Practice. You are asked to call in at Brinsley Avenue Medical Practice with some form of photo identification to register for this service.
Click here for more information on using Patient Access to book appointments on-line
Please consider the local residents when visiting the surgery. We would appreciate it if the able bodied could park a short distance away, e.g. in Bainbridge Road. This leaves the spaces nearer to the surgery for those unable to walk very far. The car park at the rear of the surgery is for staff only.
Information from the Care Quality Commission
Our practice is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure we are meeting essential standards of quality and safety.
This widget provides a summary of the results of the latest checks carried out by the CQC.
A reminder that everyone without symptoms should test themselves twice weekly every three to four days using a rapid lateral flow test (LFT) which give a result in 30 minutes.
Anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 should test themselves using a PCR test and they, and anyone they live with, should stay at home until they get their test results. A PCR test should also be used if you've been in contact with someone who's tested positive, you've been asked to get a test by a local council or someone from NHS Test and Trace, a GP or other health professional has asked you to get a test or you're taking part in a government pilot project.
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We are encouraging patients who are more mobile and who are not housebound patients to order their prescriptions by dropping them into the surgery’s designated post boxes. This will help to reduce the high demand of calls that we are currently facing. HOWEVER this is patient choice, if you still prefer to contact the surgery via telephone then please be patient with the reception staff as they are doing their best in answering your call which will be placed in our telephone queuing system. Another alternative would be to register for patient online services, for more information on this please also speak with our reception team who will be happy to assist you further.
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