South Grange Medical Group Practice
South Grange Medical Group practice is demographically spread over four wards – Grangetown, South Bank, Eston and Lazenby.
SGMGP was built in 1994 to replace two outdated surgeries in Grangetown and South Bank. It is situated on the A1085 Trunk Road close to Eston and South Bank.
Our Mission Statement
"To provide the best possible health care for patients at all times by responding to their needs, providing accessible medical and anticipatory care of the highest quality. To do all that is possible to improve the social environment of the community while providing the greatest level of job satisfaction for all”.
Over 75 Health Check
As a practice we are dedicated to improving patient's health and as part of our many services we offer patients aged 75+ a general health check with the Practice Nurse. Please contact Reception to book a convenient appointment.
Patient Online Access
Did you know you can now view your medical records online via our practice website?
Along with ordering repeat medication, booking and cancelling appointments you can now access your summary care record online.
Summary information is currently all that is available such as allergies & sensitivities and repeat medications. If you would like access to view your record online, please register for this service within the surgery (Patient evidence may be required to verify identity).
As from 1st June 2015, all registered patients will have a named accountable GP recorded on their medical notes. This means one of our GP Partners - Dr Hameed, Dr Sree or Dr Mohammed will have been allocated to you as your 'named GP'. However, please be aware that this does not mean you have to see this GP all of the time. You are still free to see a Clinician of your choice.
The named accountable GP will take lead responsibility for the coordination of all services required and ensure they are delivered to each of their patients.
Please contact the Practice if you would like to know who your named GP is. We will try to accomodate patient preference as much as possible.
(Site updated 12/08/2015)