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 17 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!
As you will probably know, the Island moved into second phase of full Island-wide lockdown on Sunday, 24th January 2021.
We have had to make a range of changes to our services in order to ensure that we provide a safe environment for anyone, patients and staff, who visit our two surgeries. These changes are detailed below: –
- The Longfrie Surgery in St Peters remains a designated surgery for patients with COVID-19 symptoms
- Our COVID-19 vaccination programme for patients aged 80 or over is continuing as planned and we urge these patients to please keep their appointment
- No other patients should attend the surgery unless they are advised to do so
- Any patients visiting either of our surgeries are asked to please wear a face covering
Both Queens Road and the Longfrie surgeries are open and following all Public Health’s guidelines regarding social distancing, hand sanitising and PPE for clinicians.
The free COVID-19 vaccination programme, which is available for patients aged 80 and over, is continuing as planned. These patients should attend their appointment as normal if they are well. Patients can still book their vaccination if they have not done so already by calling the surgery.
Patients with any other existing appointment should not attend the surgery and they will be contacted by their nurse or GP.
If patients need to book an appointment they should call the surgery on 724184 as normal and they will be offered a telephone consultation. Face-to-face appointments will be available for patients with a clinical need and they will be advised of this over the phone.
If a patient has COVID-19 symptoms (new and severe fatigue, new muscle ache for no obvious reason, headache, sinus pain, pain around the eyes, loss of smell/taste, sore throat, fever, high temperature, rigors, chills, can’t get warm, shortness of breath, continuous new cough) and they feel they need to see a doctor they will be seen in our separate respiratory clinic at the Longfrie Surgery. We ask these patients to advise the telephonist of their symptoms when they call to make an appointment.
If a patient has COVID-19 symptoms but does not need a doctor we ask that they call the Public Health clinical helpline on 756938 or 756969 where they will be advised accordingly.
Any patients visiting either of our surgeries are asked to please wear a face covering.
We would like to thank all of you for being so helpful in these challenging times!
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