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!

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Did you know people who sleep for 5 hours or less are on average 82% more likely to report having the flu, pneumonia or an ear infection, compared with those who slept for 7 to 8 hours on weeknights? Just one more reason to get those ZZZs in! #FridayFluFacts ... See MoreSee Less

 

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It's National Obesity Awareness Week this week - obesity is a common problem that's estimated to affect around 1 in every 4 adults and around 1 in every 5 children aged 10 to 11. It can feel overwhelming to know where to begin in addressing it but making small lifestyle changes such as swapping out your usual daily intake with healthier options or walking to work instead of driving can make a huge difference. Check out Change4Life for some useful tips and tricks for you and your family: www.nhs.uk/change4life ... See MoreSee Less

Its National Obesity Awareness Week this week - obesity is a common problem thats estimated to affect around 1 in every 4 adults and around 1 in every 5 children aged 10 to 11. It can feel overwhelming to know where to begin in addressing it but making small lifestyle changes such as swapping out your usual daily intake with healthier options or walking to work instead of driving can make a huge difference. Check out Change4Life for some useful tips and tricks for you and your family: https://www.nhs.uk/change4life

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Elise Mckenzie

FUEL FUND FOR PENSIONERS

Do you know anyone of pension age who is struggling to pay their fuel bills this winter?

Age Concern in Guernsey is offering financial help on a strictly confidential basis.

To apply, call the Fuel Poverty Fund Committee Chairman, Deputy Lester Queripel, on 256334
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FUEL FUND FOR PENSIONERS

Do you know anyone of pension age who is struggling to pay their fuel bills this winter? 

Age Concern in Guernsey is offering financial help on a strictly confidential basis.

To apply, call the Fuel Poverty Fund Committee Chairman, Deputy Lester Queripel, on 256334

 

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A lot of older people are to proud to ask as they don’t want charity. Anyone over 70 should be entitled to it if they only have their old age pension to live on . I think the same should happen with Doctors bills.

The States should be looking after there own instead of sending money over seas. They all put into that fund.

That's nice love ,but your grand mother won't entertain it I've tried x

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