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All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice. The average pay for GPs working Gloucester Road Medical Centre in the last financial year was £62,887 before tax, National Insurance and pension contributions. This is for 1 full time partner, 5 part time partners and 4 salaried GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.

Named Accountable GP

Every patient registered at the practice has a named GP who is responsible for the patient's overall care. However, this does not prevent you from seeing any GP in the practice as you currently do.

At the time of registration you will be / will have been allocated a GP. If you have a preference for who you would like to be registered with, we will make every effort to accommodate you.

If you are already registered with the practice you will already have a named GP. Should you wish to be informed or reminded of your named GP please do not hesitate to contact us. If you wish to change to another GP please let us know and we will make every effort to accommodate your preference.

Practice Management

Mrs Judy Holbrook (f)

Judy has managed the Practice for many years, and was appointed Business Partner in 2006. She holds a Masters degree in professional development in management from Exeter University and offers coaching and mentoring to NHS colleagues.

Judy's role is to ensure that our patients receive the best possible primary healthcare service whilst working within NHS budget constraints. She is available to discuss any issues that you may have concerning the practice.

Judy is the Managerial Lead and Practice's joint Registered Manager for the Care Quality Commission. Judy is due to retire in September 2020.


The practice has a team of 10 receptionists who are here to help you but their job is very demanding. They answer the telephone and deal with emergencies from all directions, often many at the same time! Please be patient. You will be asked for some information that they know will help the doctors assess the urgency of the problem.

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