Circuit Lane Surgery

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53 Circuit Lane, Southcote, Reading RG30 3AN


Circuit Lane Surgery

Dr S J Jarman
Dr D K Horne
Dr D J Pemberton
Dr P J Garside
Dr J A Adams

Dear Patient

With great regret, the Partners at Circuit Lane Surgery have taken the decision to tender their resignations with NHS England and have given 6 months’ notice. Their contract comes to an end on 31st January 2015.  

Every possible option has been explored to avoid this outcome, and this decision has been extremely difficult. In the end multiple factors, including the impending retirement of Partners and national problems with GP recruitment, in the face of rising workload, have left no other choice.
NHS England, North & West Reading CCG and the Doctors at Circuit Lane Surgery would like to reassure the Surgery’s 10,400 patients that they will continue to receive high quality, local GP services. During the coming transition period it will be business as usual, including all the normal surgery services.

NHS England (Thames Valley) area team, North & West Reading CCG and the Practice are fully committed to ensuring continuing high quality care and treatment for patients both until and beyond 31 January. A procurement process has already started to find a new provider from February 2015 onwards.

Patients will be updated as soon as more detail is known regarding a new service provider.

The Partners
Circuit Lane Surgery

3rd September 2014

This website has been designed to tell you about the practice and the services that we offer. Please read it carefully. We trust that you will find it helpful and informative.


The surgery was built in 1955 when Dr John Dilley was appointed to the new practice. Dr Gordon Taylor took over in 1956 and it remained a single-handed practice until 1959 when Dr Michael Davies joined. Times have changed and the practice has increased in size beyond recognition. We now have a very team-orientated approach, with five partners working together with clinical, nursing, clerical and administrative staff.


Circuit Lane Surgery is included in an area overseen by the North and West Reading CCG.

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Patient Participation Group  -  Are you interested in finding out more about Circuit Lane Surgery?    Would you like to have your say on surgery policies and how services could be improved?   We are looking for volunteers from all walks of life who would like to join our Patient Participation Group.    If you would like to be involved, please contact Jenny Marnock, Practice Manager

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