Some of our patients may be aware that the NHS will shortly begin running a scheme that ties several general practices local to each other into networks called PCNs (Primary Care Networks).
After careful consideration we have decided not to join a PCN.
We have several reasons for this. The foremost is that we believe it will take us away from providing direct patient care and face to face GP appointments – something which is greatly valued by patients. Our training and skill lies in general practice and we feel we will best serve our patients by continuing to provide an easily accessible and high quality, personal service to them.
Please bring any questions you have regarding this to our attention.
At Sibford Surgery we like to discourage contact between patients and GPs via direct email. This is because we believe that there is simply no substitute for face to face consultations, and continued contact via email can diminish the efficiency of the care and treatment offered to our patients.
Of course we understand that sometimes a trip to the surgery may seem a little over the top, and you may just need to have a quick chat with a GP. Due to this we are happy, as we have always been, to schedule brief telephone conversations for you with a GP as required.
General questions and administrative issues are, of course, always welcome via our generic surgery email address which can be found in the contact details section of our website
Welcome to Sibford Surgery
Our small, friendly practice was first established in the village of Sibford Gower more than 100 years ago. We have two doctors and a full complement of ancillary staff working from the surgery. There are facilities for the disabled, and a dispensary to supply medicines to most of our patients.
This website has been produced to welcome you to the practice and is designed for the benefit of present and prospective patients, to inform you of the services which we provide and how you may make the best use of them.
Please help us to offer you the best possible service by reading the information.
Survey Results - February 2019
Where to turn to for advice?
There are a number of places to turn to for information to help you choose the best health service for your needs.
(Site updated 26/04/2019)