Based in the Alexandra Park and Moss Side area of Manchester, The Whitswood Practice is a GP surgery offering NHS primary care services.
The Whitswood Practice was established in 2013 following the merger of Alexandra Range Medical Practice and Dr Chaudury’s Practice, both long established practices in Alexandra Park Health Centre.
The practice is part of a group of three, under the umbrella of The Robert Darbishire Practice Limited. This is a limited company, registered in England and Wales number 7382763. The registered address is:
Rusholme Health Centre
Management responsibility is held by the Board of Directors, which is made up of senior clinical staff and managers. They are:
- Mr Scott Brunt (Managing Director)
- Professor Aneez Esmail (Non-Executive Director)
- Dr Mohiuddin Miah
- Sr Rachel Shelton
- Sr Victoria Tolliday
The Whitswood Practice, along with The Robert Darbishire Practice and New Bank Health Centre, our sister practices, are the first doctors’ surgeries in the country to be awarded The Daisy Mark.
This is in recognition of the excellent care we provide for our patients and the way we treat our staff. You can find out more about this award at: www.daisymark.co.uk/about/dignity-in-care.
Better Health MCR Primary Care Network (PCN)
PCNs are groups of GP practices working closely together, to provide integrated services to the local population. Your GP practice is part of The Better Health MCR PCN, which is made up of three practices:
- The Robert Darbishire Practice
- New Bank Health Centre
- The Whitswood Practice
Our Mission Statement
We aim to offer the best possible medical care and highest quality of service that is efficient, courteous and without discrimination.
We will treat every patient with equal respect, irrespective of age, gender, religion, race, sexuality or social status.
Pride in Practice
In conjunction with the Lesbian and Gay Foundation, we are delighted to be part of the Pride In Practice scheme. This scheme identifies GP surgeries that are fully committed to ensuring that their lesbian, gay and bisexual patients are treated fairly and are able to discuss their issues openly with their GP or healthcare provider. We have received the GOLD award.
For further details, please see the LGF information about the scheme.