Flu and Covid Vaccinations

Flu and COVID-19 vaccination appointments are still available for those eligible to be booked through November. Help protect yourself and those around you and get vaccinated this winter.

As in previous years all vaccinations will be by appointment only. This will allow us to safely manage patient flow within the surgery and minimise the amount of time you will need to spend in the building.


We will be inviting eligible patients in for their flu and COVID vaccinations very shortly via text. The text will have a link which will allow you to book your own appointment. If we do not have your mobile number, you will be contacted via letter.


If you are unable to book your appointment online, once you have received your invitation please call the surgery Tuesday-Friday between



Our new appointment system ‘Total Triage' is now in place. 

We believe that by putting this new system in place, it will help us to help you – meaning that patient’s needs are assessed on first contact with the practice, and to ensure that problems are dealt with by the most appropriate service. This will allow us to ensure that we make time for people with the most worrying symptoms or complex illness. By doing this we hope to help you avoid the '8:30am rush' or being told to call back another day.

If you do not have access to the internet then please call the surgery and one of our friendly receptionists will help fill out the form on your behalf. This form will be actioned the same way if you were to do this online. Please be assured all the forms are strictly kept 'in house' and are reviewed by the Pershore Medical Practice clinicians and are not out sourced in any way.

All GP appointment requests will need to be made via a simple form on our website - please click on the 'Contact us online' box above. For more information, please read and share this letter

Welcome to Pershore Medical Practice

We look after over 10,000 patients in Pershore and the surrounding villages. Our aim is to provide high quality modern medical care; to enable easy access to a full range of services, in an attractive environment and atmosphere.

In addition you will be treated by well trained and motivated staff in a well managed and successful organisation, using modern methods and technology working with the NHS and other partner agencies.


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Published by Evesham Journal -

THE 'best and worst' GP surgeries in Evesham and Pershore according to patients have been revealed as part of an annual NHS survey.

The top-rated practice in Evesham and Pershore based on the results of the survey was Pershore Medical Practice with 86 per cent of respondents saying their overall experience had been 'good' - closely followed by Riverside Surgery in Evesham with Abbotswood Medical Centre in Pershore and Abbey Medical Practice in Evesham joint third.

A total of 78 per cent of respondents to the survey said they had a ‘good’ overall experience at Merstow Green Medical Practice and 68 per cent of those asked said the same at DeMontfort Medical Centre in Evesham – the lowest across surgeries in the two towns.

Despite having the fewest people saying they had a good overall experience, DeMontfort Medical Centre had the most people saying it was easy to get hold of the surgery on the phone and second highest number of people saying it was easy to make an appointment at 71 per cent.

Abbotswood Medical Centre in Pershore had the most respondents saying it was easy to make an appointment at the surgery at 78 per cent compared to 68 per cent at the Riverside Surgery in Evesham, 67 per cent at Abbey Medical Practice in Evesham and 66 per cent at Merstow Green Medical Practice.

Pershore’s receptionists were praised in the survey with 96 per cent of respondents at both Abbotswood Medical Centre and Pershore Medical Centre saying the receptionists at the surgeries were helpful.

According to the survey, 92 and 91 per cent of people at Merstwood Green Medical Practice and DeMontfort Medical Centre in Evesham said the same with 87 per cent and 83 per cent of people at Abbey Medical Practice and the Riverside Surgery in Evesham saying its receptionists were helpful.

The figures come from the NHS’s annual GP Patient Survey which reveals how Evesham and Pershore’s doctor’s surgeries were rated between January and April this year.

The highest rated surgery for making an appointment was Abbotswood Medical Centre in Pershore with 78 per cent of patients answering the survey saying it was ‘easy’ compared to 59 per cent of respondents at Pershore Medical Practice.

A total of 71 per cent of respondents said the same at the DeMontfort Medical Centre in Evesham with 68 per cent at the Riverside Surgery, 67 per cent at Abbey Medical Practice and 66 per cent at Merstow Green Medical Practice all saying it was easy to make an appointment with a doctor.

Doctor days

Dr Ferenc – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

Dr Moore – Monday, Thursday, Friday

Dr Mann – Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Dr Elliott – Monday, Wednesday, Thursday

Dr Bosmith – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

Dr Onyeagoro – Wednesday

Dr Sinha– Thursday, Friday 

Dr Bassey – Tuesdays & Fridays

Dr Patel - Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 


Opening times:

Monday 8:00am - 6:30pm

Tuesday 8:00am - 6:30pm

Wednesday 7:30am - 6:30pm

Thursday 8:00am - 6:30pm

Friday 7:30am - 6:30pm


General Practice Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR)

General Practice Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR)


You may have read in the press about "General Practice Data for Planning and Research" (GPDPR). This is a new way that NHS Digital will collect data from the GP record to help plan for future NHS healthcare. The new way of collecting patients data reduces the amount of work GP practices have to share the information.

Any data collected will be pseudonymised (meaning it can't be identified with an individual).
There are two types of opt out to consider.
TYPE 1 - this stops any data going from the practice to NHS Digital.
NATIONAL DATA - this will allow the data to be shared with NHS Digital, but stops any data going further than that.
Remember in both instances, the data isn't identifiable to you.
Please note this has now been postponed to the 1st September, so it gives you more time to consider your options. 
To opt out of Type 1: complete the form here  https://nhs-prod.global.ssl.fastly.net/binaries/content/assets/website-assets/data-and-information/data-collections/general-practice-data-for-planning-and-research/type-1-opt-out-form.docx  and return it to us (by email or in hard copy). We will then add the information to your medical record.
To opt out of National Data, visit https://www.nhs.uk/your-nhs-data-matters/manage-your-choice/  or use the NHS App.

For information on how we share data, please see Data Policy on our website https://www.uptondoctors.co.uk/info.aspx?p=20

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