Rutherford Medical Centre
The surgery is currently receiving a lot of requests for travel cancellation forms from people who want to cancel their trips due to the risk of contracting coronavirus.
Please Click Here for advice from the Foreign Office regarding travelling to specific areas of the world. Depending on your specific travel insurance policy, most insurance companies will cover cancelled trips to countries to which the Foreign Office advise not to travel. No certificate from your GP is required.
In addition, please be advised that the surgery is unable to provide letters or certificates to travel insurance companies supporting requests for refunds by patients who, without any significant medical illness, cancel their travel plans.
Welcome to Rutherford Medical Centre's website.
The aim of the website is to give the local community information about the services that the practice offers and the members of the practice who strive to bring you those services. The website brings together a comprehensive list of services offered by the practice with times and booking information.
All registered patients at Rutherford Medical Centre have a named GP - ask at reception. A named GP will be responsible for the co-ordination of appropriate services where required.
Our Mission Statement
Treat Patients as individuals, with respect and courtesy at all times, with no discrimination of race, gender, social class, religion, sexual orientation or appearance.
Provide patient centred services in a safe and caring environment.
Strive to meet patient expectation and deliver a high standard of care.
Maintain confidentiality in what we discuss and the records we keep on patients’ behalf.
Keep up to date with developments in health care by continuing to learn and maintain the standards required.
Consider the needs and opinions of patients when planning changes or the introduction of new services.
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