Visit to Tudor House surgery


    Today I visited the Tudor House surgery to see their ambitious plans to expand their medical practice and to provide bigger and more modern surgery facilities. I was shown their model of a planned expansion of a property next to Marks and Spencers between Rose Street and Peach Street, where they are currently seeking planning permission.

   The scheme would be able to house nurses and dentists as well as GPs, providing a range of primary care to Wokingham patients. I said I was willing to assist with any issues concerning the NHS that might arise. Meanwhile Councillors will be handling the planning application.


  1. Kevin Ronald Lohse
    April 13, 2012

    Sounds wonderful. I trust that there will be plenty of free parking for the elderly, parents with young children and the infirm, plus a chemist close by?

  2. Andy Large
    April 13, 2012

    It will be interesting to see how open book Tudor House are prepared to be about their costs and profit forecast. In my experience, this part of the NHS is strictly off limits for public scrutiny. Which needs to change.

  3. Maureen Erdwin
    April 17, 2012

    I don’t expect they will be any different to many other GP’s in the area, that do not wish to
    take on board the real concerns of people on the Autistic Spectrum.

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