Welcome to East Bridgford Medical Centre Online
There are currently four doctors who work regularly at East Bridgford Medical Centre, three partners: Drs Scaffardi(Male),Stewart( Female),and Cope(Male) and Dr Pryor (Female) who together with our staff, provide a comprehensive medical service for East Bridgford and surrounding villages. Patients registered at the medical centre have a named accountable GP who is responsible for their overall care, however you can make an appointment to see any of the doctors within the practice.
Our practice is a training practice for GP registrars. These doctors, who are fully qualified, are usually with us for four to twelve months at a time. Dr Samantha Parfitt (F) is here until August 2017, Dr Adnan Iqbal (M) and Dr Christelle Hasbani will be working with us until August 2016.
CQC Inspection Results
The practice had its first Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection in August 2015 and the results have now been published on the CQC website.
To view the full report please go to the CQC Report page of our website and follow the link to the CQC Website.
Information by Text Message
Our new text messaging service for patients goes live today, 13th November 2015.
Please be aware that you may receive text messages to your mobile from NHS - no reply.
Extension to Medical Centre Premises
East Bridgford Medical Centre (EBMC) has been given the go-head to start the expansion of the Medical Centre by adding additional treatment rooms and office space for staff. The aim is to provide better patient service by permitting more procedures to be done at the EBMC.
At the present time, the planned date of the commencement of works will be 1st November 2015 and the duration of the work is expected to be up to 4 months.
During this time, the Practice will remain fully open to all patients.
Patients will still be able to park in the car park, but please be aware that there will be extra vehicles in the car park due to the Construction staff and plant. If you live locally then please consider walking to the surgery during the period of construction rather than driving if possible.
The practice is proud to announce that there will be 5 new treatment rooms constructed to add to the 7 existing clinical rooms already at the practice. The aim is for more services to be offered locally for our patients.
Karen Montrose – Practice Manager has been asked to comment on the build, “We are very excited to offer improved treatment room facilities to our patients which will involve the expansion of the services that EBMC offer to our patients in the very near future. In the past 12 months we have recruited Rachel Green, Lead nurse – who is a prescribing nurse practitioner. Rachel will be holding independent clinics at the surgery to supplement the surgeries that are provided by our GP team. The Government is encouraging more services to be run in the local community and this exciting development gives us the opportunity to bring some hospital services into our community in the coming years. In these times of austerity it is heart-warming to know that the surgery can keep up to date with new demands and services.
Access and Facilities
The Practice premises have suitable access for all patients and visitors
There are two designated parking spaces for service users with mobility problems and the main doors to the building are electronically controlled.
A hearing loop is installed at reception, if you are hearing impaired please let our reception know so that they can assist you.
An adapted toilet, with baby change facilities is available and signposted from reception.
If you have any difficulties please ask for help.
Sharing Your GP Record
From 1st July 2015 your GP Record will be made available to other local care professionals such as Community Nurses or Hospital Doctors, however they will need your permission to access at them.
Please click on the link below for further information
Sharing Your GP Record.pdf
The Friends and Family Test
Have you had an appointment at the practice recently? Please take the Friends and Family Test by clicking the icon below.
Every 1st & 3rd Thursday of the Month
1.30 – 3pm
Health & Safety
Prams and Buggies are no longer allowed in the Clinic Room
(They can be left in the porch, but please not in the entrance)
However, Portable car seats are allowed
Do you CARE for Someone?
You may not be aware that the Government would like to recognise all carer's and the wonderful job they are doing for family and friends. The Surgery now have an Information package to give to carer's with advice on how to obtain support. If you are a carer, come and have a chat with us in reception.
(Site updated 25/11/2015)