The practice has been in Clevedon for many years looking after the
primary health care needs of approximately 6,800 people living in
Clevedon and the surrounding villages of Tickenham, Kenn, Kingston
Seymour, Walton in Gordano and Weston in Gordano.
The practice initially worked from a Victorian House until 1985 when
it moved to a converted bungalow. This underwent an extension in 1992.
In 1998 the bungalow adjoining the surgery was purchased. The conversion
to the current surgery was completed in February 2000.
The Surgery has six consulting rooms, one for each GP Partner and one
allocated for any trainee GPs that are on placement with us. There are
three treatment rooms (for use by nurses, health care assistants and
phlebotomists); reception and records room; and waiting room area.
Upstairs there are administrative offices, a meeting room and a staff
rest area. Attached to the building there is a
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