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"Stoke Road Surgery was established in 1948 and serves a semi rural population of nearly 10,000 patients in Bishop's Cleeve and surrounding villages. We pride ourselves in providing excellent care for the whole family. We are a forward thinking practice offering on-line appointment booking and prescription requests, appointment reminders via text and early/late appointments. We are a training practice for GPs and nurses of the future, keeping up to date with modern medicine.
Many of the doctors have a special interest offering additional skills in Dermatology, Cardiology, Women's Health, Diabetes and Gastroenterology. 
As well as our dedicated team of nurses, receptionists and admin staff, we have district nurses on site. To cope with the increasing local population, we are planning to expand the Surgery, which will benefit all our patients both old and new!"


  NHS Care Data Sharing 

Please click the link on the right hand side of this page to find out more about the NHS Care Data Programme (item 5 under "Further Information"). If you wish to opt out of the Government's Care Data programme, please click here   to download the opt-out form. Complete the form and send it to us at the surgery. Alternatively forms are available at our reception desk. You can also, visit  for information on when this will begin.


 Patient Survey 2014 patient_survey

A huge thank you to all of our patients that took the time to complete this survey. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. The results can be viewed on the right-hand side of this page under 'Further Information' listed as Survey Report.



Change4Life Smart Swaps encourages people to cut down sugar and saturated fat from everyday snacks, drinks and meals by making one easy change.

In return for signing up to Smart Swaps, people will receive a pack with a Smart Swapper full of healthier swap and meal ideas, money-off vouchers, fridge magnets, and the option to sign-up for additional email and text support. Visit for more information.



Has launched a new health campaign to encourage everyone to commit to making just one small change to improve their health and wellbeing for 2014  and make an online pledge at:


No-Smoking  Stop Smoking Service 

For people wanting support for stopping smoking you can visit  to find useful information, motivational tips and techniques, film clips, case studies and information on medication available.


N.A.P.P napp  

The January Newsletter for the National Association for Patient Participation (NAPP) is now available on the PPG page of the website. Click the Patient Participation Group (PPG) link under 'Further Information' located on the top right-hand side of this page. Here you can also find other information about our PPG.


  SMS Text Messaging Service phone

Our computer system can now send you appointment confirmations and reminders to your mobile phone, as well as information about when certain clinics are running. We believe that this will help significantly in the way we are able to communicate with our patients. If you would like to sign up for this new service, please read <this information leaflet>  and then download <this consent form>   complete it and send it to us at the surgery. We will confirm the information contained on the form with you before registering you for this service.


  Whooping Cough Vaccine

(For pregnant women) we are still able to offer the Whooping Cough Vaccine to women who are between 28 and 38 weeks into their pregnancy. Please contact the surgery for more details.


'The Practice' (Quarterly Newsletter )  

Is available at the surgery (or click the link for "Latest News" under the Further Information list to the right and then "Download Newsletter"). You can sign up to receive future newsletters by e-mail. Click the "Sign Up For Email Newsletter" below.



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(Site updated 23/04/2014)
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