Dedworth Medical Centre

Our Mission Statement

Dedworth Medical Centre“To provide a high quality General Practice training attachment in a stimulating, enjoyable and supportive environment.”

West Windsor and Eton Medical Practice are a two site practice located in historic and beautiful Windsor and Eton looking after approx 12,500 patients in total. The two sites are very different and although you will be based mainly in Windsor, you will have opportunities to work at Eton too. There is a large range of patients with diverse socioeconomic groups and the population includes three residential/nursing homes, local schools, the Castle and families of soldiers situated in the nearby army barracks.
Both surgeries are paperless and use the EMIS Web system. Surgeries are by appointment and while patients are free to see any doctor, continuity of care is facilitated by encouraging patients to stay with the same person. Surgeries are held every morning and afternoon, with an additional late night on a Thursday and extra provision on a Saturday morning.
The team includes eleven doctors, many of whom have specialist interests such as acupuncture, cardiology, dermatology, diabetes, drug abuse, geriatrics, minor ops, paediatrics, police surgeon, sexual health and family planning, writing for the nMRCGP, sports medicine and mental health as well as a full team of associated professionals including health visitors, district nurses and counselors.
Dr Nuzhet A-Ali and Dr Katie Simpson are both GP trainers and Dr Jonathan Brudney is a tutor and examiner for Kings College, but everyone is committed to the learning environment ethos of the practice and you will receive input and support from all members of the practice. As a result we hope our trainees will enjoy the exposure to a varied and interesting population and certainly feedback from our trainees confirms this.
To facilitate our transition to a training practice, Summer 2011 saw our Windsor site relocating to new purpose built premises in Vale Road, a two storey complex with its own training wing and seminar room, allowing us the space and opportunity to expand and improve our services even further.
The practice holds regular clinical meetings on Monday lunchtime to hear from outside speakers, discuss significant events, present audits and interact in multidisciplinary meetings with our community colleagues; the nature of these educational meetings is such that everyone is encouraged to be involved and contribute.
We are looking forward to sharing our knowledge with future trainees and letting them experience the unique range of general practice we have to offer. We are a friendly and welcoming practice so please feel free to contact any of us if you wish to discuss your placement or if you want to have a look around.

Dr Nuzhet A-Ali and Dr Katie Simpson