Welcome to St. Peter's Road Surgery
Patient wellbeing is at the centre of all that we do at St Peter's. From a friendly welcome, to a practical appointment system, we aim to make visiting our team of doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals a good experience. Teamwork extends beyond our team of professionals - we also seek to work in partnership with our patients; actively listening and focusing on the needs and wishes of the individual. Continuity of care is a priority and, whilst there is a team of experts here to consult, we provide consistency to ensure that patients can build a long-term relationship with their own doctor.
Flexible appointment system
Same day telephone consultations
Pre-bookable consultations with Doctors and Nurses
Drop in minor illness clinic 9-10 am
St Peter's is a partnership practice in the centre of Cirencester, within easy reach of pharmacies and other facilities. We serve residents from the town and from an eight mile radius of the surrounding area. For more detailed information about St Peter's please consult this website or contact us.
To see what some of our patients say about us please click on the link below.
What People Say.pdf
Part time Salaried GP
St Peter’s Road Surgery is situated in the centre of the historic market town of Cirencester, surrounded by the beautiful Cotswolds and is looking to recruit a dedicated, enthusiastic, motivated salaried doctor for 2 to 3 sessions per week.
If you would like to join a
· 4 partner supportive training practice
· with 6500 patients
· who are passionate on providing high quality patient care
· excellent QoF achievers
· SystmOne practice
· Good work/life balance with no out of hour duties
… then this could be the position waiting for you.
Please apply with your CV and covering letter to the Practice Manager, Sue Dunham email@example.com or call Sue on 01285 653184 for more information or to arrange an informal visit.
1 St Peters Road, Cirencester, GL7 1RF www.stpetersroadsurgery.nhs.uk
Social Media Patient Survey
We are focused on giving an improved service to our patients at all times, so to enable us to ascertain your expectations we would ask if you would complete a short survey regarding offering WiFi within our Surgery.
Please click on the'Social Media Patient Survey' under 'Further Information' and submit your your response to us electronically.
St. Peter's Road Surgery
Family & Friends Test
Number of Responses to date: 148 (last update 14.7.15)
We would like you to think about your recent experiences of our service.
How likely are you to recommend our GP practice to friends and family if they needed similar care or treatment?
Extremely likely 74%
Neither likely nor unlikely 2%
Extremely unlikely 1%
Don’t know 1%
Statement of Intent for St Peters Road Surgery -
please click on the link below to redirect you to our statement of intent in relation to future IT development plans for the the Surgery.
Friends & Family Survey
Your feedback is important to us, please take a moment to complete the 'Patient Survey' at the bottom of this page.
The Surgery runs in-house training for both its clinical and non-clinical staff on a regular basis to ensure we are able to continue to provide the best service possible. In order to facilitate the training the surgery has to close for a couple of hours, normally during the afternoon.
Our next training sessions will take place on:
Tuesday 15th September
Thursday 15th October
Wednesday 11th November
If you need to speak to a Doctor urgently during this time, phone the surgery on 01285 653184 and the telephone answering service will contact the on call Doctor for you. Thank you for your understanding.
All available appointments, booked on-line, are for face to face appointments only, requiring you to attend the Surgery.
Should you wish to have a telephone appointment consultation with a doctor please telephone the Surgery on 01285 653184 and one of our receptionists will book this for you.
All the material and links held on this website are here for educational and information purposes - however some aspects may be unsuitable for younger children.
(Site updated 25/08/2015)