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Welcome to Kinson Road Medical Centre

Kinson Road Medical Centre is run by Dr Andrew Brewer, supported by six associate GPs (Dr Sheona Chapman, Dr Philip Doust, Dr Emma McFarland, Dr Andrea Siggers and Dr Neeta Somani, Dr Robert Whitmey) and has approximately 11,000 patients. Our main surgery is at 440 Kinson Road and our branch surgery is in West Howe. We pride ourselves on being a very friendly practice and aim to provide a high standard of medical care to all our patients as well as a range of services to meet their needs.

When you join the practice, you will be registered with a named GP within the practice but you will be able to see any of the doctors, subject to their availability. If you wish to know which doctor you are registered with please just contact reception, this is also usually shown on any letters we send to you. You may attend either surgery. When making an appointment, just let the receptionist know who you would prefer to see and at which surgery. The receptionists will do their best to accommodate your preferences but, if your preferred doctor is away or his/her surgery is full, you will be offered an appointment with one of the other doctors or the triage nurse. We offer a range of appointments including same-day (this may take the form of a telephone consultation with either a GP or triage nurse and save you having to come to surgery) and advance booking.

Opening Hours

 See the appointments page for full details of our opening and consulting times.


Care Quality Commission (CQC)

On 6 July 2016 the practice was inspected by the Care Quality Commission, overall the practice was rated as 'Good'. We would like to thank all the patients who attended the practice on the day and provided their support.  To view the full report, click below.


Patient surveys

Thank you to all our patients who took the time to give us feedback on our practice during July 2016. The results have generally been very positive and have included comments such as:

'Perfection deserves a perfect score.  This practice is what the NHS is all about, putting patients first, with skills and care and dignity.  All the staff are excellent from the time you sign in, the receptionists very polite and obliging.  The nurses are brilliant, and the doctors very caring and spend time in answering your health queries.  One feels a lot better when you walk out of the surgery.'

'All the staff are friendly.  The reception staff are happy to help and answer any questions.  Particular praise to Dr Doust.  Both my husband and I received excellent service from him.  The reception area is slightly dull but the staff make up for this with warmth and professionalism.  Highly recommend this surgery'

'The music while waiting has changed, it used to be drab now it's light and happy tuned.'

To view the results click on survey results.

The practice will be reviewing all comments and will put together an action plan. 

Why not take part in our Friends and Family survey? Just tick on the box below. The feedback from 274 patients in December showed that 199 were extremely likely to recommend our practice to friends and family, 44 were likely to, 11 neither likely nor unlikely,  9 was unlikely to, sadly 9 were extremely unlikely, and 2 didn't know.

Repeat prescriptions

Please click here to to order repeat prescriptions

Patient Online Access

Patient Online Access is a facility for patients to make an appointment (routine and non-urgent), request their repeat medication and view their medical records online.  For information read the leaflet below.  Should you wish to apply for online access you need to complete the form and return it to the practice. You will then need to collect your registration details and provide some photo ID.

Patient Online Access Information Leaflet

Patient Online Access Registration Form

Log in to Patient Access 

Click below to do our Friends and Family test!

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