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IMPORTANT NOTICE

MOVING SURGERY

If you are leaving our practice, please let us know the address of your new GP Practice. There may be certain restrictions with our new IT system and GP to GP transfer of notes may not happen. It is therefore extremely important that you let us know the name and address of your new GP for us to send your records securely.

FAX LINE- As of 29.07.19 we no longer have a fax line. If you are from a pharmacy/hospital and would like to send in a fax request, please call the surgery and ask for the email address. Please note we do not give out the practice email address to any patient.

Dr Patrick Keating

Dr Keating will be retired as a Partner on 31st March 2019.  As you may already be aware he has already reduced the amount of sessions he does.  He will continue to work with us until September but will unfortunately be leaving us after this.  We are pleased to announce that from 1st of April 2019 we have a new GP partner Dr Tathagata Sadhu who will be working along side Dr Shariah Haque and Dr U Ihekweazu 


Dear patient,

We are pleased to announce that our Practice is working towards a brighter future for our patients. Southbury Surgery has collaborated with 14 other practices in Enfield to form Medicus Health Partners (MHP).

This exciting development will provide the foundation for a new model of General Practice which we believe will provide a valuable contribution to the NHS as a whole which will ultimately result in a better service for all of our patients.

We will still continue to provide you with an excellent service, however we are currently changing the way we work by reviewing the way in which we deliver our services and the organisation of our practice so that we can better serve our patient’s needs.

Please bear with us whilst we implement those changes.  Over the next few months we will be asking you for your views and opinions on how we can improve our services.  

Please visit this site regularly over the next 6 months to find out about the changes that are taking place. Please also take part in the online questionnaires and surveys that we will be posting in this site, to find out your views so that we can improve on the services that we offer.Thank you

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