Romney House Surgery

31st January 2017

Today, the Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS England have published the terms of reference of the inquiry into the professional conduct and allegations of bullying at the Romney House Surgery in Tetbury.

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown – MP for The Cotswolds – first called for an independent inquiry into the matter in early January and would encourage any further submissions of evidence to be made by February 14th. It is hoped that the inquiry will conclude by the end of March 2017.

The MP urged all those with an opinion about the running of the Romney House Surgery to make their views known to the inquiry. Individual complaints about patient care can be made via Healthwatch Gloucestershire at www.healthwatchgloucestershire.co.uk/Complaints

Mr Clifton-Brown commented:

‘The inquiry must be thorough and impartial and whatever the outcome, the necessary actions should be taken so that Tetbury has a long-term term and sustainable GP practice so that patients can have confidence in their service.’

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