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Welcome to Gade Surgery

Thank you for choosing Gade Surgery.

We would like to warmly welcome all new patients to our practice and thank our existing patients for the support over the many years. We hope to be able to provide you with high quality and personalised care.

We are an established NHS GP surgery in the Rickmansworth and Chorleywood area. We have been looking after our population for over 30 years.

We provide high-quality, caring and personal healthcare service to our whole patient population.

We allocate all of our patients to a named GP but also give the option for patients to see whichever clinician they prefer. We want to try and continue to continuity of care model to help improve patient safety.

We have a specialist multi-disciplinary team comprising of; GPs, nurses, pharmacists, physiotherapists, midwives, physician associates and health care assistants.

We offer contraceptive services; coil insertion, implant fitting, ring pessary’s.

We are a training practice for junior doctors and medical students. We have been nominated Outstanding practice of the year for 2 consecutive years by the University of Cambridge GP society. We are also the lead training practice for the local GP surgeries; Gade, Colne and Chorleywood Health centre.

We would like to thank you again and look forward to caring for you.

With Best Wishes,

The Gade Partners

Website updated 20/06/2024

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