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23rd Feb 2021 PATIENT NOTICE: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccination

We are currently working through our priority cohort as per National directives to vaccinate our patients those are most at risk from coronavirus. If you are eligible you will be contacted by your surgery or NHS.

You DO NOT need to contact the practice, you can find all vaccination related information here at NHS website:

URGENT PATIENT NOTICE: If you need to contact the practice please do not come to the surgery unless you have been advised to attend or you need to collect or hand something to us. Until further notice for all enquires please phone the surgery. 

In view of the current concerns and guidance on Coronavirus from PHE, please do NOT attend the surgery for making appointments or queries.  Please make a telephone contact instead. This is to minimise the risks both to yourselves and the other patients and staff. This is deemed necessary to maintain the continuity of the services from the Practice and reduce the risks of temporary closure.

We are not making routine pre-bookable face to face appointments. Instead you will be listed for a telephone assessment with the doctor who can advise you on the appropriate treatment or action.  Please ensure you inform us of the best telephone number to contact you on for our records.  This is to minimise the risks both to yourselves and the other patients and staff. This is deemed necessary to maintain the continuity of the services from the Practice and reduce the risks of temporary closure.


Get a Sick note via 111 ONLINE

Use this service if you have to stay at home because of coronavirus and you need a note for your employer.

If you have to stay at home but feel well enough to work, ask your employer if you can work from home. If you can work from home, you will not need an isolation note.

You can also use this service for someone else.

Self Isolation Guide

24th March 2020 : Please find attached latest home isolation guide Self Isolation Guide

We thank you for your co-operation and understanding. As you are aware, the situation is evolving daily and we will keep you updated via our website

and text messaging service.

Welcome to Manor Park Medical Centre

We are a large, friendly GP practice based in Central Slough. The surgery was purpose built in 1988 and offers a huge range of services. The dedicated staff at Manor Park are here to treat minor illness and also provide specialist management of long term illnesses. We have over 10,500 patients registered at our practice. Our list is open all year round and we welcome new patients living in the area.

The partners of Manor Park Medical Centre remain committed to the ethos of continuous improvement across all areas, reflected in the development of extended services to improve patient care achieved by investment in the building, staff and systems.


Dr Kesar Sadhra was awarded the Community Service AWARD from the Slough Senior Citizens Group  for services to the elderly people of Slough -Supporting , providing educational sessions regularly to the group and providing the community programme Meri Sehat. Dr Sadhra has also been awarded the Mayors awards in Recognition and Appreciation of Service to the Community for providing the wide ranging work and commitment to promoting the Health and wellbeing of the residents of Slough and in particular the implementation of Meri Sehat programme.

We are here to help.During the surgery opening times there will always be a receptionist available to assist you. We hope you find our receptionist pleasant and helpful. They are the mainstay of the surgery’s administration, dealing with all initial enquiries, arranging appointments, home visits, prescription requests etc. Please feel free to ask for help or advice if you are unsure about what service you may require.


Children's Flu Immunisation Survey

Are you a parent of a child aged between 2 and 11 years old living in Slough? If so, your local NHS would appreciate your help in completing a short survey on the flu. Please click on the following link to complete -

 Each year, the NHS works closely partnership with others to try and protect people from flu, especially those more at risk of developing serious complications such as people aged 65 and over; pregnant women; and young children. These groups are all eligible for a free flu vaccination on the NHS. Whilst the uptake of the flu vaccine is generally good in many of the groups and in line with national averages, Slough has always seen a lower uptake of the children’s flu immunisation than other local areas. Despite local efforts to address this, there have been no significant changes over the years. The short survey has been designed to help the partnership understand the potential reasons behind there being a lower uptake locally. Child survey


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