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New medical team at Charterhouse surgery following ‘inadequate’ inspection rating

PUBLISHED: 09:56 13 February 2018 | UPDATED: 09:56 13 February 2018

The surgery is located on Sevenoaks Road, Orpington. Picture: Google

The surgery is located on Sevenoaks Road, Orpington. Picture: Google

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NHS Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group has confirmed that a new medical team has taken over providing medical care at the Charterhouse Surgery in Orpington, and that the surgery will not be closing.

This change in provider is as a result of a recent Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection which rated the practice, on Sevenoaks Road, as inadequate.

The new provider, McLaren Perry Ltd, took over on Monday, February 12.

The experienced medical team are set to provide high quality care to their registered patients, and will also ensure that the improvements required by the CQC are put in place.

The change in provider will not impact on the care of patients and the practice will continue to operate as usual - patients should continue to make appointments and use the range of services available at the practice.

Letters are being sent to all registered patients about these changes.

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