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Welcome To The Practice

This website has been designed to tell you about the Practice and the services that we offer. Please read it carfeully. We trust that you will find it helpful and informative.


Mission Statement

We at Brookfield Surgery are committed to working together to provide quality health care to our patients. We will work with patients to promote good health and prevent illness. We aim to be courteous and efficient at all times and will continue to review and improve our services.

Our responsibility To You

We are committed to giving you the best possible service delivered in a courteous manner at all times.
People involved in your care will give their names and ensure you know how to contact them.
No care or treatment will be given without your informed consent.

We Ask You To Help By . . .

  • Keeping your appointment on time
  • Informing us as early as possible if you are unable to keep your appointment
  • Being patient if someone is taking more of our time
  • Being polite to staff at all times
  • Helping to keep the surgery premises and surrounding area clean and litter free
  • Making sure children are supervised at all times
Contact Details

Brookfield Surgery

  • Telephone (01925) 756969
Practice News
  • 09Dec 2019

    Patient Newsletter December 2019

    December 2019 Patient Newsletter

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  • 01Nov 2019

    Patient Newsletter November 2019

    Patient Newsletter November 2019

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  • 17Oct 2019

    Blood Pressure Monitoring

    Recent evidence has shown that measuring blood pressure at home is safe, effective and gives more consistent readings than in a clinical environment. Overall the last few years home blood pressure monitors have also become cheaper and more reliable. The British Hypertension Society has a list of machines and prices and which they have validated themselves. We would Recommend that you choose one of the following machines that use the upper arm readings. The website link is To check your blood pressure at home you need to take 2 readings each day morning and evening for 5-7 days. Sit down at a table, in a quiet environment with your arm rested in front of you and take 2 readings the second 1-2 minutes after the first. Record these readings using the following table

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