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Welcome to The London Street Surgery 

The doctors and staff at the London Street Surgery in Reading are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centered healthcare. We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check ups.

In addition to everything you need to know about the practice you will also find a wealth of health-related information in the menu on the right hand side. Please have a look around and do send us any feedback.

Patients not attending Appointments

Over the last few months, we have seen an increase in patients failing to turn up or cancel their appointments. This is frustrating both for the practice and also for patients, as this is causing a waste of resources. Please help us to help you by cancelling any appointments that you cannot make, as these can be offered to fellow patients.

CQC Report 13th April 2016

The surgery is delighted to announce that following the inspection by the CQC on 13th April 2016, the surgery has been taken out of special measures, and now has an overall rating of 'requires improvement'.

The CQC found major improvements within the surgery since their first inspection took place in October 2015. The surgery will keep moving in an 'upwards' direction and an action plan is already in place to ensure that further improvements will be made.

The full cqc report can be found below:

CQC Report 13th April 2016

As detailed above, following their inspection of the surgery on Wednesday 13th April 2016, the CQC have taken the practice out of ‘special measures’ and placed the surgery in ‘requires improvement’.

The surgery is delighted to be removed out of ‘special measures’, this is due to all the hard work and determination by all surgery staff members.

The report highlights many positives within the surgery, and praises  the improvements made following the report which we received in October 2015.

The surgery already has an action plan in place for our next step, which is to come out of requires improvement and be awarded a ‘good’ rating. We are confident this can be achieved if we all continue to work to our main goal, which is to make London Street Surgery a successful and safe practice, for both our patients and staff alike.

We will also like to place on record our thanks for the support we have from all of our patients, and the support we have received from our Patient Participation Group (PPG).

Daniel Jones

Practice Manager




Spring 2016


We now have seven marked out car parking spaces for the patients and staff of London Street Surgery.

A ticketing system is in operation. Please pick up a parking permit from reception. The practice do not own the car park.


In addition, there is now a designated disabled car parking space within the car park.

If the car park is full, there is on road parking available on all of London Street, this is pay & display parking.

Please ensure that you have paid for sufficient parking time. The practice cannot accept liability for any parking fees incurred.

Nearest car parks are Queens Road & The Oracle

Disabled Access

There is disabled access to the surgery & a lift to take you to floors 1-3. If you require asistance to operate the lift please ask a member of our reception team.

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