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Radnor House Surgery

The doctors and staff at Radnor House Surgery in Ascot are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.  We aim to work in partnership with you. We will involve you in all aspects of your care, ensuring that you are aware of and part of what happens.

Training Practice

We are a Training practice training Doctors to become General Practitioners as part of the Windsor Vocational Training Scheme,  

CAR PARKING

There is on-road parking. If that is not available, there is a FREE car park available a short distance from the Surgery, just before the Land Rover garage, towards Ascot High Street (Car Park 6).   Please avoid parking on double yellow lines. There are 2 disabled parking bays adjacent to the surgery and we are currently having the surgery updated to provide disabled access to the rear of the Practice.

(Site updated 03/04/2014)
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Noticeboard

PLEASE NOTE THE NEW URGENT CARE CENTRE (UCC) opens on Monday 7 April 2014, Royal Berkshire Bracknell Healthspace, Brants Bridge, London Road, Bracknell RG12 9BG.
The UCC is an enhanced service, replacing the Minor Injuries Unit (MIU) at Heatherwood Hospital. It is for when you need medical treatment or advice urgently that can?t wait for an appointment with your GP, and is not an A&E or 999 emergency. 
 
Heatherwood MIU will remain open as normal, up to and including Sunday 6 April 2014.
 
The new UCC will provide a range of services with access to nurses and GPs:
 
·      Treatment of minor injuries and sudden worsening of long term conditions
·      Experienced Nurse Practitioners
·      GP available throughout opening times 8am to 8pm, 365 days a year
·      Dedicated children?s clinic every weekday evening
·      Access to diagnostic tests including x-ray
·      Patient Education Centre
·     Support to register with a GP practice.
It will be open every day of the year from 8am until 8pm, and no appointment is needed. Please also remember to call NHS 111, a 24/7 telephone service for when you need urgent medical advice or support.
There are lots of ways to find out more and you are invited to attend an Open Day at the Urgent Care Centre on Wednesday 2 April, from 5pm until 7pm. Please also visit the website www.bracknellurgentcare.co.uk
 

Further information is available from the following links:

http://www.royalberkshire.nhs.uk/how_to_find_us/location_-_bracknell_clinic.aspx?

 
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