Welcome to the Queens Road Medical Practice website
We hope you will find the website as informative as possible, so please feel free to browse and look for the information that best helps you to access the services you need. If you have any feedback, we would be more than pleased to hear from you.
The Practice was formed in 1992 by the amalgamation of the long established Albany and Grange End practices and has been providing ‘Primary Care’ services to the residents and visitors to Guernsey for nearly 30 years. The Practice comprises of 18 Doctors, supported by experienced Nursing and Musculoskeletal Teams and operates from two surgeries, one at Queens Road in St Peter Port and one at Le Longfrie in the parish of St Pierre du Bois.
We are a team of over 60 people who endeavour to provide an excellent service and a warm welcome!
Please click on the links below to find out more about our people and the services they help to deliver.
- Mission and values
- Musculoskeletal Service
- Nursing Team
- Practice News
- Repeat prescriptions
Consistent with Public Health advice, the wearing of face coverings/ masks is compulsory for all staff and patients attending Queens Road and Le Longfrie surgeries. We will have masks available at both sites if you forget yours, but please do your best to help us keep everyone as safe as possible when visiting our locations.
Can you also please ensure you take a Lateral Flow Test (LFT) on the day of your appointment, prior to visiting the surgeries and notify us in the event you have a ‘positive’ result, in which case we will advise you how best to receive the care you need while ensuring we reduce, as best we can, the likelihood of COVID being transmitted on the premises. With this in mind, all of our staff are required to take daily LFT’s before attending work.
In line with the Island’s ‘Living with Covid’ strategy we continue to evolve our service to ensure patient and staff safety is maximised while being as ‘user friendly’ as possible.
With this in mind, when anyone books an appointment they will be asked some screening questions: –
Have you travelled in the last fourteen days or is a member of your household isolating or do you have Covid-like symptoms?
If the answer to any of these is ‘yes’ you will be offered a face to face appointment, but asked to wait in your car/ outside the building and wear a face mask – your Doctor/ Nurse will then wear a mask and personal protective equipment
If the answer is ‘no’ to all of the above you will be offered a face to face appointment and can attend the surgery without the need for a face mask and use the waiting rooms as normal
Are you currently COVID positive? – if the answer is yes, you will be offered a telephone consultation with a Doctor
If a patient has COVID symptoms but does not need a doctor we ask that they call the Public Health clinical helpline on 756938 or 756969 where they will organise testing as appropriate.
We would like to thank all of you for being so helpful in these challenging times.