Welcome to Herschel Medical Centre


The surgery was purpose built in 1993 when the practice relocated form its former location in Albert Street. It has a spacious waiting room for patients, with a children’s play area. An addition to the building is the Training Wing which was completed and opened in August 2003. The facility enables the Practice to assist in the training and development of Registrar’s and other Health Care Professionals.

Herschel Medical Centre is a well-established medical practice that is committed to providing high quality Primary Care General Practice to our patients in a clean, well equipped, safe and caring environment.

Our Aims

  • To treat all our patients and staff with dignity, care, respect and honesty.
  • To act with integrity and complete confidentiality in our consultations and the records we keep on your behalf.
  • To work in partnership with our patients, their families and carers, involving them in decisions regarding their treatment and care.
  • To continually improve what we can offer our patients and to maintain good clinical governance.
  • To encourage our patients to have a voice by joining our Participation Group.
  • To ensure that all our staff has ongoing training to enable them to deliver good standards of care.


Herschel Medical Centre Partners


Dr Rod Clark

Dr Clark joined the practice in 1989 and currently he is the senior partner of the practice. Dr Clark studied at Charing Cross Medical School, London and completed his GP training in Bath. Dr Clark developed an interest in GP teaching and became a GP Educator in 2002.Dr Clark now works only a few sessions a week seeing patients because of other work commitments to the practice, to teaching and to supporting local developments within the NHS.

Dr Raj Bhargava

Dr Bhargava qualified in 1992 from St George’s Hospital,London.He completed his vocational training on the Windsor scheme and joined the practice in 1997. He has worked as an appraiser for the Oxford Deanery and has been a GP trainer since 2002.In addition he has been involved in several clinical research trials and training of other allied health care professionals.

Dr Raj currently spends a lot of his time in the management and business development aspect of the NHS, and he has recently become the clinical director for Central Slough Network,which is a group of five practices.











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