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Dr Rao undertakes an evening clinic 5.45pm - 8.30pm every Monday. These appointments are aimed at patients who cannot attend during core hours.


Our Phlebotomist Jackie will be available to take Blood Tests every Monday 8.30am - 2.00pm.


Mrs Rima Alsahwi (f)

Rima is an independent Prescriber Clinical Pharmacist. She works at Victoria Cross Surgery Mondays and Thursdays, every  Wednesday at Eldene Health Centre.  Patients are welcome to book an appointment with Rima for Medication Review.

Community Midwives

All our doctors offer maternity care. Antenatal and post-natal appointments can be arranged with your doctor during normal surgery hours. Your doctor will refer you to the midwife or you can make a midwife appointment at Reception.  The midwife will monitor you during  your pregnancy for check-ups and advice on all aspects of maternity care. Appointments with the midwife are available on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at Victoria Cross Surgery and Friday afternoons at Eldene Health Centre and can be made through the surgery.

The midwife is also available for pre-pregnancy advice.

Community Nurses

The Community nursing team attached to the practice, based at Clarence House, provide specialist nursing care in the community. They work alongside GPs, other health professionals and the Social Care team to provide care and support in the home.

Health Visitors

The Health Visitor attached to the practice, based at Wroughton Health Centre, can offer advice, help, support and guidance on all aspects of child and family health and development, especially with families with children under 5.

For advice or to arrange an interview contact the Health Visitor between 9.00am and 10.00am Monday to Friday on Swindon 813044.


Our practice counsellor session is on Wednesday between 2.00pm - 3:30pm. You can self refer to see the counsellor, please speak to reception.

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