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 patients say about us?
Results are in for St Peters Surgery Patient Experience Survery 2013/14
86% of all patient ratings about this practice were good, very good or excellent - please go to Patient Experience Survey Results 2013/14 in Further Information to see the full report.
How Information About You Helps to Provide Better Care
NHS England in conjunction with HSCIC (Health & Social Care Information Centre) are looking to link information from all different places where you receive care, such as GP, hospital and community services to help provide a full picture of our National Health Service.
This will allow comparisons to be made between the care you received in one area against the care received in another, to see what works.
Information such as your postcode and NHS number, but NOT your name, will be used to link records in a secure system, so your identity is protected. The information can then be used by researchers and those planning health services to try and provide the best care possible for everyone.
For more information please click on the links below;
If you do not want your information shared outside the GP Practice then please contact the surgery so that a note can be made on your records and your information can be removed
Your care will NOT be affected by the choice you make.
Your Electronic Patient Record & The Sharing of Information
(This is separate to the extraction of data referred to above by HSCIC)
Today electronic records are kept in all the places where you receive healthcare. These places can usually only share information via letter, fax or phone.Here at St Peters Road Surgery we use a system called SystmOne that can allow, with your consent, the sharing of full electronic records across different healthcare services.
For more information and to find out how to 'share' your information please go to Further Information - Electronic Sharing on the right-handside.
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 9th September - 1.00pm to 4.00 pm
Wednesday 19th November - 1.00pm to 4.00pm
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.
If booking a telephone appointment on-line the doctor will endeavour to call you back within 30 minutes of the time booked, however sometimes this is not possible. If you are only available for a certain time please make a note in the 'comments' box i.e, please call back before 10.00 a.m OR available between 9.00 a.m and 11.00 a.m.
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 18/07/2014)