The practice was founded in 1945 by Dr John Hunt, late Lord Hunt of Fawley. Described by the Royal College of General Practitioners as “one of the most distinguished GPs of all time” Dr John Hunt was a driving force in its foundation. He subsequently became the first honorary secretary and then the president of the Royal College of General Practitioners. He played a key role in helping form the role and standing of general practitioners in the UK.
Lord Hunt was honoured by both medical and lay organisations worldwide, he was appointed CBE in 1970 and in 1973 was given life peerage, as Lord Hunt of Fawley, in the House of Lords.
Initially in 54 Sloane Street, the practice moved to 82 Sloane street in 1968. His son, Dr Jonathan Hunt and granddaughter Dr Chiara Hunt both followed him into the practice. Dr Patrick Ruane joined in 2007, Dr Iona Cobb in 2015, and Dr Toby Dean in 2017.
The surgery is open and we are consulting with our patients on all medical matters. Appointments are available for either video/telephone consultations or consultations face-to-face, and all of these can be booked at this time.
IMPORTANT: the surgery has strict social distancing and infection control procedures in place. On attending the surgery you will be required to bring a face mask with you to wear in the waiting area. Hand sanitiser will be provided to all patients. We ask that you also follow social distancing protocol and keep two metres distance between yourself and others where possible whilst in the surgery and to follow the advice as per our waiting room signs. Family groups attending should seek advice from their GP before attending such that a plan can be put in place that adheres to current social distancing measures.
Thank you for your co-operation in ensuring that we can keep the practice safe for everyone.
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