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Circuit Lane, Southcote, Reading RG30 3AN
READING 958 2537
Dr S J Jarman
Dr D K Horne
Dr D J Pemberton
Dr P J Garside
Dr J A Adams
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TO CIRCUIT LANE SURGERY
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
CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP
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
The next meeting of the group will be held at 6pm on Tuesday 15th July 2014.
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