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Dear Patients
        Currently there is an outbreak of Measles cases in London
Confirmed cases have ranged from infants to adults in their 50's with significant
number aged 18 and over
Any patient wish a rash like illness, especially if preceded by a fever please
report this to our patient liaison team member when you book an appointment
and to the reception on your arrival.
For more information on Measles please go on to NHS choices website. Link below





The Carers Conference, is an opportunity for carers to find out about local organisations that provide services for carers and to participate in activities that promote health and wellbeing.

Venue: York House, Richmond Road, Twickenham

Don't Miss It !!


Click on the link below to read the leaflet





We would be very grateful if you could kindly complete our Patient Questionnaire -

a few minutes is all it will take, and your

responses will help us identify how best to improve the quality and type of services

available to you.


Please click on the Link below


Thank you very much -  we really appreciate your help.




  • Dr Shiama Sanmugaratnam has just left the practice.  Patients should continue to feel free to see any GP in the practice.
  • Dr Anna Hemming has recently joined the Parkshot Medical team.
  • Online access to Patient's Detailed Coded Record coming soon.
  • When you registered at Parkshot Medical, you were automatically assigned to one of our doctors, who became your "Named GP". They are responsible for your overall care.  However, you can of course, continue to consult, or take advice from any of our doctors, as you have done previously.  Should you wish to know who your named GP is or change them to another GP please contact the Practice.
  • Parkshot Medical Practice earnings : NHS England require that the net earnings of doctors engaged in the Practice is published by the end of March 2016.   The prescribed method of calculating earnings could be potentially misleading as it takes no account of how much time doctors actually spend working in the practice and should not be used for any judgement about GP earnings, or to make comparisons with other practices.  
  • The average pay for GP's working at Parkshot Medical Practice in the last financial year was £63,639 before tax and National Insurance.   This is for 2 full time and 5 part time GP's.


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