Welcome to Lilford Park Surgery

The New Leigh Health Centre was built in 2010. All the Primary Health Care Services are based here, including District Nurses, Health Visitors, Midwives and other services including Chiropody, Speech Therapy and Dental Services. The building has full disabled access and disabled toilets..

The Doctors

  • Dr Akalanka Weerasekara (Male)
    MBBS MRCGP
    Dr A. Weerasekara joined the NHS in 2003 and joined general practice in 2006.

**Dr Weerasekara is your named accountable GP for the practice**

  • Dr Samitha Weerasekara (Female)
    MBBS MRCGP

Dr S. Weerasekara joined the NHS in 2004 and joined general practice in 2008

 The Practice Team

  • 2 Doctors
  • 1 Advance Nurse Practitioner (Daniel Swift)
  • 1 Practice Nurses (Jacqui Holleran)
  • 1 Practice Manager (Lauren Souther)
  • 1 Health Care Assistant (Bethan Entwistle)
  • 4 Receptionists

 

Mission and Vision

Our mission is to provide and deliver general practitioner services to the best of our ability and to the highest standards in a caring environment, equality, efficiency, with optimal accessibility, flexibly and using every human and financial resources available. Our vision is to achieve this mission statement, addressing patients’ needs and those of the group and staff, in a supportive and encouraging environment

The surgery is very happy to share with all patients and health care providers that following the re-inspection the surgery has now been rated as “GOOD” with very positive comments from the CQC. if you would like to read the full report please click on the above link

Decleration of GP Earnings

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to
patients at each practice. The average pay for GPs working in Lilford Park Surgery in the last financial year was £76,550 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 1 full time GP, 2 part time GPs and 1 locum GP who worked in the practice for more than six months. This calculation does not take into account the total number of hours spent by GPs delivering vital services to the patient population.

Patient Participation Group

  • July 25, 2019: Beat the heat: staying safe in hot weather

    Although most of us welcome the summer sun, high temperatures can be harmful to your health. In one hot spell in August 2003 in England and Wales there were over 2,000 extra deaths than would normally be expected. The heat can affect anyone, but some people run a greater risk…

  • September 19, 2016: Patient Survey Action Plan 2016

    Lilford Park Surgery  Patient Survey Action Plan 2016 In March 2016 the members of the practice Patient Representative Group (PRG) met to discuss the plans for this year’s patient survey. We looked at the survey and felt that is was asking the correct areas that we wanted feedback for and…

  • September 19, 2016: Patient Survey 2016

    Lilford Park Surgery Patient Questionnaire Results Summary 2016   Below is a summary of the practice patient questionnaire that was completed by a random section of patients between January and March 2016.  Appointments   Poor Fair Good Very good excellent How easy is it to see the doctor of your…

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