Important update from the Partners – May 2024

Dear Patients, We last wrote to you in June 2021 during the pandemic. We thought it would be a good idea to write to you once more to update you on what is going on in General Practice and the wider NHS. As the Covid pandemic ends, the NHS has been left in the worst

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Welcome to The Red House Group

The Red House Group comprises three GP surgeries located in South-West Hertfordshire.  The practice is based at the Red House Surgery in Radlett, which was founded in 1905.  In addition, the practice has two branch surgeries located in nearby villages: Park Street Surgery in Park Street and Gateways Surgery in Shenley.  Together the surgeries provide care for over 20,000 patients, making the practice the largest in the area and one of the largest in Hertfordshire.

The Red House Group aims to combine all that is best in traditional General Practice with full engagement in the innovative provision of GP services.  The practice, for example, runs a personal list system to ensure efficiency and continuity of care but on the other hand has developed a whole range of practice-based services for the community in which it is located.

The Red House Group is part of the Hertfordshire and West Essex Integrated Care Board.

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