Dr K Rogers
Roundwell Medical Centre serves the whole of Costessey as well as its surrounding villages.
Our team includes eight GPs, one Advanced Nurse Practitioner, three nurses and three health care assistants as well as our practice manager, assistant practice manager, administration, secretary and reception staff.
We offer a full general practice service and run specialist clinics for children and pregnant women, diabetes and asthma sufferers and for patients needing minor surgery. We also offer an on-site dispensing service.
At Roundwell Medical Centre, we aim to treat all our patients promptly, courteously and in complete confidence. We feel it is important you know who you are speaking to, so our practice staff will always identify themselves on the telephone.
This website was set up for both existing patients and those considering registering with us. It tells you about our services, how to access them and some general information about how our practice operates.
This website will give you and your family all the information you require. Please read it and save the address for future reference.
The Surgery is very pleased to announce that it has been approved to train doctors (Registrars) to become GPs.
A Registrar will be with the practice for 6 months and will run regular GP clinics but they will have longer appointment times. The Registrar is fully supervised by a GP trainer and all patients who have had an appointment with a Registrar will be discussed with the GP trainer.
On occasions our registrar may wish to video consultations as part of their ongoing education and patients consent will be gained prior to this. The videos recordings are strictly confidential and used for teaching purposes only.
Our GPtrainer is Dr Caimin Hardiman however all the Doctors, Advanced Nurse Practitioners will be involved in the Registrar’s training at the practice.
Roundwell Medical Centre is a member of the South Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). All local CCGs report to NHS England.
The mission of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), the research arm of the NHS, is to maintain a health research system in which the NHS supports outstanding individuals, working in world class facilities, conducting leading edge research focused on the needs of patients and the public.
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