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History of the Medical Centre

Fallodon Way Medical Centre

The surgery has been providing care to the local community since the 1970’s.

Started by Drs Fraser and Spencer-Smith in premises over the Cadena bakery shop in Westbury village, it has grown and developed with time, necessitating moves to Cavendish Road and on to Henleaze Avenue before Drs Peter Wilkins and Chris Day successfully opened ‘Fallodon Way Medical Centre’ on the 8th June 1987.

The current building was further extended in the late 90’s to expand the space for administrative staff, Practice Managers, a larger waiting area for patients and a new reception area.

The partnerships have changed over the years but have always aimed to retain a traditional family practice within a modern, well equipped surgery. The practice prides itself on high quality, caring family medicine with a modern and evolving team, committed to effectively managing the ever-increasing demands of modern general practice. 

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