Mendip Vale Medical Group

Mendip Vale Medical Group work with Concord Medical Centre as a PCN (Primary Care Network). This an NHS collaboration between the surgeries, with the aim to support and connect with our local community. We provide quality NHS healthcare services to over 100,000 patients in our two PCNs.

Our surgeries are located in Bristol (Horfield, Sea Mills, Stoke Bishop and Southmead), North Somerset (Langford, Yatton, Congresbury, Clevedon, and Worle), and South Gloucestershire (Patchway). We all work together to give our patients a choice over where they visit, who they see and the services available. See below the surgeries that are part of our network:

Bristol surgeries

  • Monks Park Surgery
  • Sea Mills Surgery
  • Southmead and Henbury Family Practice
  • Willow Tree Surgery

North Somerset surgeries

  • St Georges Surgery
  • Sunnyside Surgery
  • Yatton Surgery
  • Congresbury Surgery
  • Langford Surgery

South Gloucestershire surgeries

  • Coniston Medical Practice
  • Concord Medical Centre (part of our PCN)

Learn more about our surgeries

What is a Primary Care Network?

A Primary Care Network (PCN) brings surgeries together with local services to look after patients across an allocated area. PCNs are able to provide wider care for the people and community. Our North Somerset surgeries form a PCN. Our Bristol and South Gloucestershire surgeries along with Concord Medical Practice are a PCN for our Bristol and South Gloucestershire patients. Working together this enables us to improve standards across our locations, services, teams and pharmacies.

Care Quality Commission

All of our surgeries have been inspected by the Care Quality Commission. You can find out more about the Care Quality Commission and what each surgery was rated by clicking on the link below. You can also see each rating on each of the specific surgery sites.

Find services 

As a PCN, we make sure patients have access to quality NHS services across our surgeries. We bring NHS services and local services together, such as community, mental health, social care and volunteering, to look after local patients and provide more integrated health and social care.  

Find out more about the services available at your local surgery and what you can do online.