Summerfield Healthcare FAQs
Summerfield Healthcare is CQC registered and we are dedicated to helping our patients.
Please find below our most frequently asked questions.
- What are the Practice’s opening hours?
- How do I make an appointment?
- Does the Practice have onsite parking?
- Do you have a formal complaints procedure?
- How do I give feedback about the service I have received?
Setting us apart from the majority of GP surgeries, we are open right through the day, every week day as well as being open Saturdays.
Our opening hours are as follows:
We are closed Sundays and Bank holidays.
Book your appointment now via three easy options:
- Call 0333 9000 010
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Complete the contact form on the right of this page ➚
Please note, for patient safety practitioners won’t see patients without an appointment.
Summerfield Healthcare has a free private car park just for patients, see for more details➚. Please note however, parking is limited and is only available whilst you are in the building.
We strive to ensure you receive the best possible care at Summerfield Healthcare, but if you feel that we have got something wrong, we need to hear from you.
We have set out our complaints procedure in this leaflet which you can download here: Complaints, Comments & Compliments Leaflet.
If you wish to review our complaints policy please click here Complaints Comments Compliments Policy.
We value patient feedback. If you would like to express your opinion on the service that you have received please complete our Improving Practice Questionnaire➚.
For any other questions, queries or enquiries please email our CQC manager Paul Hatton at email@example.com.
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