Welcome to Tenbury Surgery
ALL PATIENTS ENTERING THE SURGERY MUST CONTINUE TO WEAR A FACE COVERING OR SURGICAL MASK AFTER 19TH JULY 2021.
THESE CAN BE OBTAINED FROM LOCAL GARAGES AND SUPERMARKETS. THE PRACTICE ONLY HOLDS A LIMITED STOCK WHICH IS RESERVED FOR OUR CLINICIANS.
PLEASE NOTE WE DO NOT ISSUE EXEMPTION NOTES, LETTERS OR CERTIFICATES FOR PATIENTS NOT WISHING TO WEAR FACE COVERINGS.
Tenbury Surgery serves the whole of Tenbury Wells in Worcestershire as well as its surrounding villages. Our Clee Hill surgery in Shropshire is open part time and offers a dispensing service. Our patient list size is approximately 9500 patients and our practice area is approximately 100 square miles.
Our team includes four GP Partners and two salaried GP's, a Practice Nursing Team as well as our Practice Manager, secretarial, reception, administration and cleaning staff. As a training practice we also have a GP Registrar as well as medical and nursing students.
We offer a full general practice service and run specialist clinics for children and pregnant women, diabetes, asthma, COPD, anti-coagulation therapy and smoking cessation. We also have visiting clinicians who offer psychology and drugs misuse support.
At Tenbury Surgery we aim to treat all our patients promptly, courteously and in complete confidence.
About the General Practice Data for Planning and Research data collection
Information regarding this can be found by clicking on the following link.
Patients that wish to opt out need to complete the on-line form found in the document above and ALSO need to complete the form below and return this to the surgery.
A scanned signed document sent by email will be acceptable otherwise please post or bring to the surgery in person.
Opt Out Form
General Practice Date for Planning & Research
‘The data held in the GP medical records of patients is used every day to support health and care planning and research in England, helping to find better treatments and improve patient outcomes for everyone. NHS Digital has developed a new way to collect this data, called the General Practice Data for Planning and Research data collection.’
‘The new data collection reduces burden on GP practices, allowing doctors and other staff to focus on patient care.’
This was scheduled to take place at the end of June but has now been postponed for further discussion and consultation until 1st September 2021.
(Site updated 13/07/2021)