Dr Durr & Partners M86029
'We aspire to providing our patients with a first class integrated healthcare service in a caring and well managed environment'.
From the minute you talk to our receptionists you will notice the difference in the quality of patient care. Don't take our word for it, click on the link below to view live comments left by our patients on an independent website.
We are required to allocate and inform patients of their named doctor. However patients can choose the doctor they wish to see regardless of the named doctor. If you do not know your named doctor please ask at reception.
Our practice consists of two differing sites serving around 18,500 patients. The main practice was established in 1905 by Dr Kenderdine at 19 Queens Road. In 2001 we moved into our new building and became known as Broomfield Park Medical Centre. All patient facilities are on the ground floor. The two sites are as follows:
BROOMFIELD PARK MEDICAL CENTRE, Spon End, Coventry CV1 3HQ
Appointments are available between 8.00 and 11.20am and 2.00 until 5.40pm, depending upon which doctor you wish to see. (Please note that we are closed on Thursday afternoons.) We do offer pre-bookable appointments on a Monday evening up until 7.40pm. We also offer a limited amount of pre-bookable appointments for Broomfield patients on a Saturday morning at the University of Warwick Health Centre. You can email the practice on non-clinical matters CRCCG.BPMCPatient@nhs.net
THE HEALTH CENTRE - WARWICK UNIVERSITY, Health Centre Road, Coventry CV4 7AL (Blue Practice)
We also have a practice at the University of Warwick serving the students, staff and families of the university who live on campus or within the catchment area. There are regular surgeries and a leaflet giving full details of the arrangements at the university health centre is given to all patients who register. The university health centre is a designated yellow fever centre. Warwick University Website
Fire Alarm Checks
Each Tuesday at approximately 8.30am there will be a test of the fire alarm.
If the alarm sound is prolonged please treat this as a real fire and evacuate the building via your nearest exit.
(Site updated 22/05/2019)