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Important Information - November 2019
Riley House Surgery is currently undergoing refurbishment.
During the refurbishment we ask patients to have extra awareness of potential hazards which may appear.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused, and we thank you for your patience during this important work.
This website contains a vast range of health information and resources, along with practical information on visiting the surgery. We hope you find it useful and informative.
Dr Singh & Dr Gopalakrishnan, Dr Sumeet Sandhu
HOW TO FIND US
RILEY HOUSE SURGERY
413 Hertford Road
||0208 616 0083 (Main Switchboard)
||0208 805 8128
Our practice is the second oldest in Enfield, having been founded in 1924 by Dr Robert Adam who remained our senior partner until his death in 1987. We are proud of the fact that our group of doctors can trace its origins back over an unbroken line of service for over 70 years.
In 1978, as the practice premises at 413 Hertford Road had become inadequate, we moved to Moorfield Road Health Centre.
Gradually the practice grew in partnership and staff. So when 413 Hertford Road became vacant in 1991 it seemed logical to come back to our roots.
On October 18th 1993, we proudly opened the doors of our new premises, Riley House Surgery, to our patients, many of whom remember the 'old days' when Dr Adam first started.
On November 18th 1993, Riley House Surgery was officially opened by Dr Woodrow, one of the original partners, now retired.
Our group pioneered the concept of the now widely-used appointments system in Enfield Highway. We take some pleasure in the knowledge that our practice was the first in the locality to invest in a computer system. This has since been completely renewed.
With a constant view to the future, we keep our professional policies and administrative techniques under continued review in order that we may maintain the highest standards of care and give the best service we can to our patients.
download our STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
Statement of Purpose (.docx 207KB)
We, as GPs, aim to work with our patients and all our staff as a team. We therefore need your support, understanding and co-operation so that we can function as a good team. Should you have any problems please do not hesitate to let us know so that we can do our best to overcome the hurdle.