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NEWSFLASH 

Online Appointments now live. If you wish to register for online appointments please complete a request form and bring it into the surgery for processing. You can then Register and activate your account through the icon on the home page. Please see the Appointments section of this website to download the user request form and user guide.

Sharing Healthcare Information

Have you recently received a flyer through your door about this? To find out more about how this affects you please go to the section "sharing Healthcare Information" in the right hand column of this page. 

Annual Patient Questionnaire 2014

The new annual Patient Participation Survey Report has just been published for 2013-14. To view our report please go to the section called "Survey Report" in the right hand column of this page


Need non urgent medical attention when we are closed? Call NHS 111. 

Berkshire West Practices went live with NHS 111 on the 15th May 2013. After this date all Out of Hours services will ONLY be contactable by calling 111. The "telephone answer messages and contact details" when we are closed have been altered accordingly.

Whooping Cough in pregnancy

From 1st October 2012 the Department of Health are recommending that all pregnant woman should be vaccinated against whooping cough due to a sharp increase in early infant deaths during 2012.  For further details see the section under "Clinics and Services" and call reception to book your appointment with the practice nurse.

Who are we?

We are a very busy medium sized practice that has looked after patients and their families in this locality for two generations. We offer a comprehensive range of services and are at the forefront of using modern technology to help us do even more for our patients.

As an NHS provider, we work under a locally agreed contract with NHS Berkshire based at 57-59 Bath Rd, Reading. Telephone 0118 950 3094. We are always happy to receive feedback/suggestions - mark them FAO the practice manager. From 1st April 2013, South Reading CCG, and three other local CCG Groups took over the commissioning of NHS services from Berkshire West Primary Care Trust. For further information about South Reading CCG and its fellow member practices visit www.southreadingccg.nhs.uk

Opening Hours

Find out when our practice is open, what the GP consulting times are and what to do if you need help when the practice is closed. Find out more

Like To Register?

New to the area and would like to join our practice? We would be happy to help you. Fill in our registration forms and come see us. Find out more

Living in Private rented Accomodation in the Reading area?

Reading Borough Council are looking at the management of privately rented accomodation in our area. Please go to the website section "Latest News" to follow the hyperlink to this project.

Have you had a great experience of the NHS? Have you been treated by a great doctor, a great nurse or any other person within the service?

Please go to the website section "Latest News" to have your say about local positive experiences of using NHS Services by following the hyperlink.

Don't speak English as a first language?

Select your chosen dialect in the right hand column by clicking on the national flag icons, under the "minor illness" heading.  For further help and information please select the dedicated "non-English speakers" page, under our "New Patients" section, available at the top of this home page.

Pembroke Surgery is a member of "South Reading Consortia".

Want to find out more? Please see the section "Patient Voice" (under "Join Us" in the left hand column) for more information on what the Consortia does, and how you can get involved.

 

(Site updated 17/04/2014)
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