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Welcome to our website

It is our genuine aim to gradually improve the whole patient experience over the coming months in a number of different ways. The 'Latest News' section on this website will include information about ongoing developments. 

Merridale Medical Centre

Our dedicated team  consists of a wide range of very experienced medical professionals and non clinical staff all of whom have the shared purpose of providing high standards of quality patient care and services in accordance with our Practice charter .  

Patients views are important to us

We genuinely welcome patient feedback .Patients are therefore actively encouraged to participate in our patient surveys or to complete a comments card in reception or our online feedback form. Our Patient Participation Group also has an active role in helping us to shape and improve our patient services by contributing ideas and suggestions on behalf of patients.  

Access and Parking

The practice is located in a modern building which has a number of waiting areas and consulting rooms all of which are located on the ground floor. Having been purpose built the facilities are accessible for wheelchair users and others with limited mobility. Ample car parking facilities are provided with designated spaces for disabled drivers. A lift is also available for visitors who need to gain access to the first floor meeting rooms and other offices. Induction loops are provided within the main reception area and interpretation services can be arranged if required 

From the 1st April 2019 the car park has been being monitored by CM Services Ltd. Please refer to the signs located in the car park for further information.

In the event you receive a car parking fine this is not the responsibility of the Practice, therefore we are unable to deal with any issues you may have.

CQC Inspection report in respect of 14th July 2016 visit


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