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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You might have heard his dulcet tones on BBC Radio Guernsey or read his fortnightly health column in the Bailiwick Express newspaper but did you know that Dr Piers Mitchell is a cold water swimming enthusiast, and that he's passionate about the benefits of social prescribing? He's also our ears, nose and throat (ENT) specialist who has previously worked as an expedition Doctor in Belize, Brazil, China, Morocco and New Zealand. Find out more about him here: qrmp.gg/dr-piers-mitchell/ #MeetQRMP ... See MoreSee Less

You might have heard his dulcet tones on BBC Radio Guernsey or read his fortnightly health column in the Bailiwick Express newspaper but did you know that Dr Piers Mitchell is a cold water swimming enthusiast, and that hes passionate about the benefits of social prescribing? Hes also our ears, nose and throat (ENT) specialist who has previously worked as an expedition Doctor in Belize, Brazil, China, Morocco and New Zealand. Find out more about him here: https://qrmp.gg/dr-piers-mitchell/ #MeetQRMP

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Great, professional, forward thinking GP and genuine, friendly and caring person.

Awesome doctor

So lucky to have this wonderful GP as our family Doctor. Piers has gone above and beyond to support my Son through some very complex issues.

He is a fabulous GP with a wonderfully rounded view on things. X

Great GP

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We’re looking for a part-time Doctor’s Personal Assistant to join the team at the Longfrie Surgery. This is a 1 year contract from August 2019 to August 2020 to cover maternity leave. The role is part-time (32 hours a week Mon-Thurs incl.)

If you're interested in customer service and patient care and you’re personable with excellent communication skills and a high level of confidentiality, we would love to hear from you. For further information or to apply, please email Anna Brehaut at admin@eqrmp.com. Applications close on Friday 28th June.
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We’re looking for a part-time Doctor’s Personal Assistant to join the team at the Longfrie Surgery. This is a 1 year contract from August 2019 to August 2020 to cover maternity leave. The role is part-time (32 hours a week Mon-Thurs incl.) 

If youre interested in customer service and patient care and you’re personable with excellent communication skills and a high level of confidentiality, we would love to hear from you. For further information or to apply, please email Anna Brehaut at admin@eqrmp.com. Applications close on Friday 28th June.

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Best job I’ve ever had working with these wonderful people.

Marilyne Le Page

Sophie Barker 🙂

Amy perfect for you xx

Tia Barnett

Kay Perry

Marcia Mahy

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This year for Cervical Cancer Awareness Week the focus is on those who have received abnormal test results following a smear test. What do cell changes mean and what happens next? The campaign by Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust aims to demystify the process and explain the medical jargon - check out the infographic for details. We encourage all women to attend their smear test as it can literally save your life. The test is now free with a nurse so what are you waiting for? Book an appointment on 724184. #CervicalScreening ... See MoreSee Less

This year for Cervical Cancer Awareness Week the focus is on those who have received abnormal test results following a smear test. What do cell changes mean and what happens next? The campaign by Jos Cervical Cancer Trust aims to demystify the process and explain the medical jargon - check out the infographic for details. We encourage all women to attend their smear test as it can literally save your life. The test is now free with a nurse so what are you waiting for? Book an appointment on 724184. #CervicalScreening

Did you know that Guernsey parkrun happens every Saturday morning?

Queens Road is a parkrun practice and following the successful GP pledge to parkrun day, when a number of our employees took part, Dr Gallagher is encouraging everyone to look at their exercise uptake. Special congratulations go to those members of staff who completed the event for the first time: Sister Helen Fernandez, Dr Rosa Laverello, Dr Johnny Pearce and Dr Ian Baxendale. It was great to see our colleagues from Island Health and the Health Care Group taking part too. Hopefully seeing doctors, nurses and administrative staff across the island will inspire more patients to become active and engage with the fantastic community activity that is parkrun.

Dr Gallagher regularly takes part and wants to persuade you to do the same! All adults should do 30 minutes of moderate exercise at least five times a week and parkrun could be part of the plan to help you reach that goal. If you'd like to do more exercise you can always discuss this with your GP or a practice nurse and they can advise you.

What are you waiting for?
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Did you know that Guernsey parkrun happens every Saturday morning?                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Queens Road is a parkrun practice and following the successful GP pledge to parkrun day, when a number of our employees took part,  Dr Gallagher is encouraging everyone to look at their exercise uptake. Special congratulations go to those members of staff who completed the event for the first time: Sister Helen Fernandez, Dr Rosa Laverello, Dr Johnny Pearce and Dr Ian Baxendale. It was great to see our colleagues from Island Health and the Health Care Group taking part too. Hopefully seeing doctors, nurses and administrative staff across the island will inspire more patients to become active and engage with the fantastic community activity that is parkrun. 

Dr Gallagher regularly takes part and wants to persuade you to do the same! All adults should do 30 minutes of moderate exercise at least five times a week and parkrun could be part of the plan to help you reach that goal. If youd like to do more exercise you can always discuss this with your GP or a practice nurse and they can advise you.

What are you waiting for? 
#pledgetoparkrun

Are you preparing for your summer holiday? Make sure your vaccinations are all up to date and you have the relevant protection for the country you're visiting! Dr Piers Mitchell explains why in his latest column for Bailiwick Express Guernsey out now. #travelsafe ... See MoreSee Less

Are you preparing for your summer holiday? Make sure your vaccinations are all up to date and you have the relevant protection for the country youre visiting! Dr Piers Mitchell explains why in his latest column for Bailiwick Express Guernsey out now. #travelsafe

We’re looking for a part-time TELEPHONIST (18 hours a week, Tues & Fri 8am-1pm, Wed & Thurs 8am-12pm) to join our hardworking team based at Queens Road.

If you have a confident and professional telephone manner, strong communication skills and you enjoy working in a busy environment, then send your CV to admin@eqrmp.com for the attention of Cheryl Gomes.

For further information and a full job description please email Cheryl at admin@eqrmp.com. Applications close on Friday 28th June.
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We’re looking for a part-time TELEPHONIST (18 hours a week, Tues & Fri 8am-1pm, Wed & Thurs 8am-12pm) to join our hardworking team based at Queens Road. 

If you have a confident and professional telephone manner, strong communication skills and you enjoy working in a busy environment, then send your CV to admin@eqrmp.com for the attention of Cheryl Gomes. 

For further information and a full job description please email Cheryl at admin@eqrmp.com. Applications close on Friday 28th June.

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If the hours were different that would of been perfect

Sophie Persson

Not enough hours mand. Good for you tho xx

Jayne Louise Bougourd

Kay Langlois

Katie Le Flock

Sophie Barker 😊

Dani

Chania

Michelle Hampson

Kate Mažāne

Kay Perry

Marcia Mahy x

Sophie Barker x

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