Other Useful Information

Car Parking

One of the major benefits of our new facility is ample parking or patients with some 70 bays available. These are located at the rear of the building and include designated disabled parking.

Children and Babies

Pushchairs can be left in the foyer of the main entrance. The area is found immediately on the right of the entrance. Push chairs should not be brought into the surgery as there is no safe place for them to be parked. There is a dedicated baby-changing and baby feeding facility.

This room is adjacent to our main waiting area (Area “A”). This can be found off from in the cloakroom at the rear of the surgery. Children visiting the surgery are welcome to play with the toys provided but parents are asked to supervise them at all times and return the toys to the appropriate areas before leaving the surgery.

Disabled Visitors

We aim to ensure staff are aware of the needs of our disabled patients. The building is fully DDA compliant and we are keen to ensure that the service you receive is not diminished in any way. Two lifts allow unrestricted access to any services on the first floor.

The surgery has a wheelchair for use of patients in the surgery and a hearing loop facility in reception.

GP Net Earnings 2014/15

As part of the NHS England Contact  All GP Practices are required to declare the mean earnings ( eg average pay) for GPs working to deliver the NHS services to patients at each practice.

The average pay for GPs working six months or more in Malmesbury Medical Practice in the last financial year was £73,196 before tax and NI . This is for 2 full time and 9 part-time GP’s.