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WELCOME TO Birchwood Medical Practice At The Health Centre Your Local Family Doctors

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Drs Vijaykumar, Nelstrop, Baur and Prageshan

KINGS ROAD, HORLEY, SURREY RH6 7DG
0844 815 1990


This is a partnership known as 'Birchwood Medical Practice'

BACKGROUND TO THE PRACTICE

The practice history dates back to the beginning of the 20th century when one of the former senior partners followed a family tradition of doctoring in Horley. As the growth of Horley led to an increased list of patients, so too did the number of doctors.

We transferred into the Kings Road surgery in 1976 and in May 2005, after many years of planning, moved into the current premises. Following the retirement of Dr House and Dr Hole in 2009, Dr Elango Vijaykumar became senior partner of the practice which is now known as 'Birchwood Medical Practice'.

FOR YOUR SECURITY & WELLBEING

The practice operates CCTV surveillance for the security of patients and practice personnel. Cameras are not used in clinical areas; filming or photography in clinical areas requires the express consent of all present.

Smoking is not permitted in the surgery or on the practice premises - it is illegal to do so. Please do not eat and drink in the surgery building. Mobile phones are not to be used in the building.

Patients are entitled to request that a chaperone be present at any consultation which might involve an intimate examination.

Remember: we welcome your comments / suggestions on the service provided at the Birchwood Medical Practice.


Practice News and Notices

There are currently no notices

The practice would like to thank the various advertisers who have helped to produce this Website. However, it must be pointed out that the accuracy of any statements cannot be warranted, nor any products or services advertised, be guaranteed or endorsed.

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