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Trinity Medical Centre, Uttoxeter Road, Blythe Bridge, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST11 9HQTel: 01782 395101
MBBS, MS FRCS,DFFP DPMC(Keele)GMC – 2290922
GMC - 7084685
DFSRH, MRCGP, MBBS
Occasionally there will be undergraduate nursing and medical students from Keele University undertaking their GP placement with us. Patients will be made aware if a student is going to be part of their consultation. Students are always closely supervised by GPs. However, if you do not wish the Students to be present during your consultation please inform the Reception staff.
The Practice Manager has the overall responsibility for all administrative and financial aspects within the practice. These duties range from ensuring the smooth daily operation of the surgery to a high standard of performance by the staff. She is the focal point for any management matters concerning the practice.
The practice staff are here to help you access our services.
The Reception/Administration staff deal with the everyday running of the surgery, their tasks include processing prescriptions, results, referral letters, appointments, medical records for patients being transferred into and out of the practice.
We operate the NHS Zero Tolerance Policy to safeguard staff and patient welfare. Our Team shall always show due respect and courtesy when dealing with Patients. In turn, we would request Patients to reciprocate the same. No form of aggression, verbal or physical in nature would be tolerated and may result in Patient removal and being reported to the Police.
Health Care Support Worker