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WELCOME TO THE CONNAUGHT SQUARE PRACTICE

 

csp.pngThe Connaught Square practice has cared for local people since 1906.  The doctors who worked here then were among the first women to graduate from medical school in the world.  Dame Annis Gillie ran the practice from the early 1930s until 1964, including the war years.  Dr Ruth O'Hare joined the practice in 1984 and has cultivated a strong patient-centred tradition, providing high quality and innovative primary care services to the Westminster community.  Dr Ruth O’Hare graduated in Medicine from Cambridge University in 1978 and is a Member of the Royal College of Physicians.

 

 

 

                                                                 

                                               PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP MEETING

  We will be holding our next patient participation group meeting (PPG) on Wednesday 26th February at 12.30pm. Any registered patients are more than welcome to attend. The meeting is a chance for our patients to raise any points or to ask the staff any questions, as well as discussing any current relevant issues regarding primary care.

Light refreshments will be held.

For any questions or to confirm your attendance, please email us on connaught.square@nhs.net, for the attention of the Practice Manager.

                                                                PLEASE NOTE

Our weekday walk-in service will now commence at 8am, starting from Monday 27th January 2014.

 

map-front-page2How to find us

The Connaught Square practice is located on the south side of Connaught Square, just a few minutes walk from Edgware Road. 

The nearest tube station is Marble Arch, and there is a frequent bus service along Edgware Road. 

Please refer to Contact Details for a more detailed interactive map.

 

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