Cheltenham

Locality - Cheltenham

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Dr Mary Lumsden

Locality Executive Committee Chair

GP at Berkeley Place Surgery

Cheltenham GP Practices

Practice Name Contact Details (Main Surgery Only)
Berkeley Place Surgery 11 High Street, GL52 6DA
Tel: 01242 513975
Corinthian Surgery St Paul’s Medical Centre, 121 Swindon Road, GL50 4DP
Tel: 01242 215000
Crescent Bakery Surgery Crescent Bakery, St Georges Place, GL50 3PN
Tel: 01242 226336
Leckhampton Surgery Lloyd Davies House, 17 Moorend Park Road, GL53 0LA
Tel: 0844 477 2432
Overton Park Surgery Overton Park Road, Cheltenham, GL50 3BP
Tel: 01242 580511
Royal Crescent Surgery 11 Royal Crescent, Cheltenham, GL50 3DA
Tel: 01242 580248
Royal Well Surgery St Paul’s Medical Centre, 121 Swindon Road, GL50 4D
PTel: 01242 215010
Seven Posts Surgery Prestbury Road, GL52 3DD
Tel: 01242 244103
Sixways Clinic London Road, Charlton Kings, GL52 6HS
Tel: 01242 244103
Springbank Surgery Springbank Way, GL51 0LG
Tel: 01242 234306
St Catherine’s Surgery St Paul’s Medical Centre, 121 Swindon Road, GL50 4DP
Tel: 01242 548299
St George’s Surgery St Paul’s Medical Centre, 121 Swindon Road, GL50 4DP
Tel: 01242 215015
Stoke Road Surgery 4 Stoke Road, Bishops Cleeve, GL52 8RP
Tel: 01242 672007
The Portland Practice St Paul’s Medical Centre, 121 Swindon Road, GL50 4DP
Tel: 01242 215020
Underwood Surgery 139 St George’s Road, GL50 3EQ
Tel: 01242 580644
Winchcombe Medical Centre Greet Road, Winchcombe, GL54 5GZ
Tel: 01242 602307
Yorkleigh Surgery 93 St George’s Road, GL50 3ED
Tel: 01242 519049

Facts and Figures

  • Population of approximately 151,016 people
  • 17 practices
  • 122 GPs
  • Covering Cheltenham, Leckhampton, Presbury, Charlton Kings, Springbank, Hesters Way, Bishops Cleeve, Winchcombe, Up Hatherly

Some of our Priorities

  • Recent production of a Locality Development Plan with public health and other partners
  • Working with care homes to improve the quality of care, improving team workand co-ordination of more pro-active and planned GP medical support
  • Improving Diabetes education and advice – ensuring more practice staff have the knowledge and skills in the right areas
  • Ensuring that patients with lung disease (COPD) and Asthma have appropriate care plans for medication and community support – reducing emergency admissions to hospital
  • Developing ways of improving access to primary care (GP services) – all practices have developed action plans and are reviewing and sharing information on what has worked well.

More information can be found in Cheltenham’s Locality Development Plan, here.

Dr Philip Fielding

 

Phil joined the Royal Well Surgery in Cheltenham in 1993.

Prior to coming to Gloucestershire he spent 6 years as a Medical Officer in the British Army, completing tours of duty in Iraq, Northern Ireland and Germany.

He has special interests in ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat), Paediatrics (Child Health), GP Education and has been involved in the Gloucestershire LMC for 10 years (he is the current LMC Chairman).