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Welcome to The Fryent Way Surgery

The doctors and staff at The Fryent Way Surgery in Kingsbury, London are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.  We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.

The surgery has 3 full time doctors, 2 part-time doctors, sessional doctors, 4 nurses, a practice manager and 10 supporting ancillary staff. The surgery works in close co-operation with the district nurses, our health visitor, local pharmacies and other primary health care teams.

 

Contact details: e-mail: BRECCG.fryentwaysurgery@nhs.net

You can enrol with the practice for booking/cancelling appointments on-line or ordering repeat prescriptions.

E-mail us and we will generate log-in details for you to pick up at reception so that you can enrol online.

                             ******PLEASE REGISTER TO USE OUR ON-LINE SYSTEM******

          ******YOU CAN BOOK/CANCEL APPOINTMENTS AND ORDER REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS******

 

Electronic Prescription Service will be available at the practice from 27 February 2013.  For further information speak to your local pharmacy or go to www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/eps .      

It is very important that your GP has up-to-date contact details. Please let us know, via the link below, your current mobile phone number and e-mail address. We can remind you, via text, of your appointments if we have your mobile phone number.

When you move house, as well as informing your bank and gas/electricity supplier, please remember to inform your GP.

Protecting patient information

Many members, including general practitioners and consultants working in private practice, will be considered data controllers under the Data Protection Act 1998 and are therefore bound to inform patients about how they will use the data they hold about them. It would therefore be prudent to inform patients - in practice leaflets and complaints procedures etc - that, should a patient make a complaint, the practice may need to provide information about the patient, and treatment they have received, to insurers or legal advisers.


(Site updated 15/07/2014)
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