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Malmesbury Primary Care Centre

Malmesbury Primary Care Centre

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Please Note: ALL members of the public attending the surgery are now required to provide and wear a 'face covering' as per national advice . Thank You.
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Surgery Management Team


David Grogan is the Practice Manager and is responsible for the overall running of the Primary Care Centre. He has a very hard working and trusty team supporting him, not least Jo Martin the Assistant PM who manages the day to day operations of the Surgery and is instrumental in the smooth running of all the services the surgery provides. David Rees our Finance Administrator ensures we pay all our bills.


Staff Attached to the Practice


Neighbourhood Teams

The Neighbourhood Team is a dedicated service providing home visits for housebound patients or patients experiencing great difficulty attending the practice. Key areas of care include wound and leg ulcer management, chronic disease management, terminal and palliative care and the promotion of continence. The Neighbourhood Team also advises carers and teaches patients to manage their own health needs whenever possible.


Health Visitors

A health visitor is a nurse who has undertaken further training in child development and health promotion. They are closely involved in the health care of patients, particularly children and their families


Dorothy House specialist nurse

The Dorothy House specialist nurse is a qualified and experienced expert in the care and support of terminally ill patients and their families or carers. Please ask your doctor if you think they may be able to help.


Physiotherapy is available after referral by the doctor and can be arranged at Chippenham Community Hospital.

Community Midwives

Midwife means "with woman". Midwives care for the family throughout pregnancy, labour, birth and postnatal handing care over to the health visitor when the baby is about 10 days old.

Ante natal clinics are offered at Malmesbury Primary Care Centre on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings and at Chippenham Maternity Unit on Wednesday mornings.  Postnatal visits take place in the afternoon.

Midwives can be contacted on 01666 827570 (voicemail) or 01249 456434.



Clinics run on several, but currently variable days of the week. The service is open to anyone who has a Foot Health problem. Priority is given to patients with High Risk Podiatric conditions and those with a High Podiatric need.


Nail cutting is not provided unless nail conditions are such that they cannot be dealt with in the normal way at home. 


Application forms for a Podiatry Assessment are available from reception or you may be referred by your G.P., or other Health professional.  Following receipt of your application an assessment appointment will be made and subject to your condition a treatment plan may be established, or you may be given advice and be discharged from the service.  Some specialist treatments will require you to attend a follow-up appointment at a location other than Malmesbury P.C.C. 


The Podiatry Administration office handles all enquiries and is based at Chippenham Community Hospital.


Tel. 01249 456635 for patient information


GP Registrars

In addition to providing general medical services the practice also undertakes continuing education and training of GP registrars and other health care professionals working at the practice. GP registrars are fully qualified doctors who have chosen general practice as a career, and who will be gaining valuable experience by being based at our practice. They provide care of the same standard provided by the other doctors. Occasionally GP registrars are required to video record their consultations-however patients full approval will be sought beforehand and patients should not feel obliged to agree if they do not wish their visit to be recorded.


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