Local MP Maria Miller said, “Merging the Bermuda and Marlow GP Practice with Brambly’s Grange has been challenging and resulted in a closure of the Bermuda and Marlow Practice yesterday. The local Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) have been in touch with me throughout and provided clear reassurance that patients were, at all times, able to access the primary healthcare support that they needed through the NHS telephone service 111.
“The CCG and Brambly’s Grange have confirmed that the Bermuda and Marlow Surgery is now reopening for emergency appointments and will be back up and running as normal from Monday.
“I want to thank the staff, doctors and nurses in the Bermuda and Marlow GP Surgery and Brambly’s Grange for all of their work in bringing the two practices together. For patients this will mean access to even better primary health services in the future. It is good to see Brambly’s Grange, a well-established and respected GP Practice, moving in to support residents in Popley too.
“I have asked the CCG to meet with me to establish how the NHS procedures for merging two surgeries can be changed to make the process easier for all concerned in the future.”