Adcroft Surgery is in Trowbridge, the county town of Wiltshire. We offer a friendly, efficient and professional service to all the family. High quality services are delivered by a broad range of practice team members.  
We work from purpose built premises, and provide a full range of general practice services.  In addition there is an onsite Boots pharmacy.
The Practice is pleased to accept patients from Trowbridge, Holt, Semington, Keevil, North Bradley, Southwick, Hilperton, Wingfield and Westwood and continues to grow successfully.
New Patients need to provide photographic ID. 
As it often takes sometime for records to be forwarded from your former practice all newly registered patients will be asked to complete a health questionnaire. 
Medical treatment is available 5 working days from the date of registration.  Please contact reception for further information.
Dr Stephen Locke
The senior partner at Adcroft is Dr Stephen Locke.  Dr Locke has special interest and expertise in caring for patients with cancer and respiratory medicine. Dr Locke is also a GP Trainer.  This means he's involved with training doctors  to become General Practitioners.  Often he may have another doctor sitting in the consultaion with him so they can learn from the experience.
Dr Harry Bimbh (m)
Dr Bimbh qualified in 1989 at the medical school of St Bartholomew’s hospital. He spent several years working in Hospitals specializing in Respiratory and General medicine. He then completed his General practice training at St Georges Hospital in Tooting before heading to the West country with his future wife. He came to Trowbridge and has been here ever since! He has developed further skills especially in cardiology where he now heads up the Adcroft Cardiology service with Dr Williams.
Dr Charles Bundy (m)
Dr Bundy gained much of his experience working in Australia and New Zealand.  On returning to the UK he completed his training to become a GP and has worked at Adcroft ever since.  Dr Bundy has expertise in minor surgery and joint injections, as well as being actively involved in clinical research.
Dr Katherine Teare (f)
Dr Teare joined Adcroft as our trainee in 2009 and has continued to work with us after qualifying as a GP.  Dr Teare has a particular interest in sexual health and contraception.
Dr James Harrop (m)
Dr Vicky Stephenson (f)
Dr Sarah Lytra (f)
Dr Lytra is a registrar and is with us as part of her training. She is a qualified Doctor and is training to become a GP.
Dr Eli Kumordzie (f)
Dr Kumordzie is a qualified doctor and with us as part of her training to become a G.P.
Dr Huw Williams (m)
Dr Huw Williams is a GP cardiology specialist.  Previously, a GP partner at Adcroft, he is now semi-retired but helps run the  community cardiology service that operates from Adcroft Surgery.
· Nurse Practitioner:
Sister Catherine Cooper (f)
· Specialist Nurses:
Nurse Michelle Brimble (f)
Nurse Brimble is trained as our specialist respiratory nurse - she cares for our patients with Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
Nurse Brimble also works in our Clinical Research Team
Nurse Sue Matthews (f)
Sister Sue Matthews leads on Diabetes management and is also a member of our Clinical Trials Team.
· Nurses:
We have 2 Primary Care nurses with appointments available during the morning and some afternoons. They are able to deal with minor illnesses and injuries and can generate the appropriate medication if necessary.
· Treatment Room Nurses:
Sister Gabby Wright (f)
Sister Wright is an experienced nurse who undertakes a wide range of nursing duties at Adcroft.  She also assists in the Minor Surgery service as she previously worked as a theatre sister at the RUH, Bath.
Sister Julie-Anne Drury (f)
Sister Drury is an experienced nurse who has specialised in female health issues, including contraception.
Sister Sheila Duhig (f)
Sister Duhig specialises in the monitoring of our patients with heart disease and  also runs our warfarin monitoring service.
· Attached staff
Also attached to the Surgery are Counsellors, Social Workers ,District Nurses, and Stop Smoking advisors.
We are also able to offer appointments within the surgery for retinal screening, cardiology tests, and memory clinics.
We hold regular sessions for Carers meetings and with Citizen Advice services who run from the surgery.
The Practice has a large car park for patient use with level access.
Disabled Parking
Designated areas exist for disabled drivers.
Practice Management
Mrs Linda Thomas (f)
Mrs Linda Thomas is Managing Partner and oversees the non-clinical issues appertaining to the surgery. With a strong financial background she oversees the business and strategic management of the practice.
Her role encompasses staff management , contract negotiation and practice based commissioning.
Mrs Gail Hawkins (f)
Gail Hawkins is the Office Manager and oversees the day to day running of the practice and management of the premises.
Mrs Sally Hussey (f)
Sally Hussey is  Reception Supervisor and runs our very busy reception area and oversees a team of 9 receptionists.
She deals daily with the demands of the practice and the needs of the patients whether face to face or via the telephone.
Our secretarial team handle the correspondence and queries on behalf of the practice. They have had many years of experience in Primary Care and have wide-ranging knowledge of the provision of healthcare throughout Wiltshire.
NHS Choices operates a national GP Practice rating and feedback scheme, and at Adcroft Surgery we encourage patients to provide advice through this system to help us improve our service. To rate the practice and leave feedback please click the button below which will take you to the NHS Choices rating webpage for Adcroft Surgery.
We work hard to deliver a high quality of service, which meets your needs.  However, we recognise on occasions you may wish to make a complaint.  We openly encourage you to tell us if you are not happy with any aspect of this service, so we have the chance to improve things. 
If you are unhappy with the service that you are receiving from the surgery, the following procedures may help you:
Administrative Complaints
Any complaints should be made in writing and sent to the Managing Partner, Mrs Linda Thomas.
Clinical Complaints
Please put any complaint in writing to  the Managing Partner, Mrs Linda Thomas.   Your complaint will be logged and an acknowledgement will be sent to you so you know we have received the complaint and are looking into it. A full response will normally be sent to you within 10 working days. This is to give the practice sufficient time to speak to those involved and investigate the reasons for the complaint.
We cannot respond to complaints about a third party via e-mail due to patient confidentiality.
The Health Service Ombudsman in England
The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman website contains detailed information on raising a complaint about any aspect of the NHS in England. There is also a leaflet explaining the procedure of bringing a complaint to the ombudsman.
Surgery Reception:-
Is open 8.30am to 1pm and 2pm to 6pm Monday to Friday  although there is access to the surgery throughout the day. If you are attending for a booked appointment between 1 and 2pm we have a self check-in facility.
The Emergency Telephone Line:-
Is open 8am and 6.30pm  Monday to Friday - All calls concerning medical emergencies will be dealt with during these times
The Appointment Telephone Line:-
Is open 8.30 to 1pm and then 2pm to 6pm  Monday to Friday- These are the times you will be able to phone to make an appointment.
The practice has a computerised repeat prescribing system.  If your prescription is on repeat, please use this wherever possible to order future supplies by handing it in at reception or posting it to the Practice. You can also phone 0844 4778988.
Patients are requested to nominate one of the chemists in the town for their repeat prescriptions.