General Information

Gamston Medical Centre

Gamston Medical Centre was founded in 1994 and has been serving patients in the surrounding area ever since. Dr Kandola established the practice has been the GP Principal for more than 26 years, and with her loyal practice team, has supported her patients with great skill and dedication.


From April 2020, Dr Kandola will step back from her role as a GP Partner, but will continue to work 3 days a week at the practice. For several months, PartnersHealth, an organisation formed by Rushcliffe GPs, has been supporting the practice, and will now take over the running of Gamston Medical Centre. PartnersHealth was established in 2015, and has been assisting local GPs, setting up new services for patients, and working with local NHS partners ever since. Dr Neil Fraser, a local GP for 13 years, will now be the clinical lead at Gamston.


As patients, you will notice little change in the coming months, as we maintain the high standards and levels of service you have been used to. We have been very proud of how well the practice team as adapted to these changes, during a health crisis, and we are also very grateful for the support and cooperation of our patients. Please continue to follow the Government advice during these unprecedented times, please stay at home, protect yourselves and the NHS, save lives.


We offer a high quality patient centered service in a friendly environment. This website is a guide to the services we offer and helpful information.

Statement of Purpose
Below is a link to our practice Statement of Purpose
CQC report we were inspected by the CQC on the 15th March 2016.

Overall Good

Read overall summary
NHS Choices
Please view the following link to have a look at the NHS Choices website and at our ratings. Feel free to add your own comments.
NHS Choices Website
Dr N Fraser is the accountable GP for all patients registered at Gamston Medical Practice
Publication of Earnings-Statement

Publication of Earnings 2018/19

The average pay for GPs working in Gamston Surgery in the last financial year was £ 37,876.00 before tax and National Insurance. This is for one full time GP, two salaried GP and two locum GP's who worked in the practice for more than 6 months.

All GP practices are required to declare the mean (average) earnings for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.

It should be noted that the prescribed method for calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the practice, and should not be used to form any judgement about GP earnings, nor to make any comparison with any other practice.


Due to the new GDPR regulations from 25th May 2018 we have updated the practice privacy policy. Please click the link below to read this in full. if you have any queries please contact reception.

Communication from the Health and Social Care Information Centre about opt-outs and your care information choices.

This information below can also be found at

Sharing your records: your personal information

Information about you is used in a number of ways by the NHS and social care services to support your personal care and to improve health and social care services for everyone.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) is the national NHS organisation with a legal responsibility to collect data as people make use of NHS and social care services. The data is used both at a local level and nationally to help with planning, managing your care, supporting research into new treatments, identifying trends and issues and so forth, and is used to try to make services better for all.
You can, however, choose not to have information about you shared or used for any purpose beyond providing your own treatment or care.

Your right to opt out

You can choose not to have anything that could identify you shared beyond your GP practice. You can also choose for the HSCIC not to share information it collects from all health providers any further.
If you have previously told your GP practice that you don't want the HSCIC to share your personal confidential information for purposes other than your own care and treatment, your opt-out will have been implemented by the HSCIC from April 29 2016. It will remain in place unless you change it.
Simply contact your GP either to register an opt-out or end an opt-out you have already registered and they will update your medical record. Your GP practice will also be able to confirm whether or not you have registered an opt-out in the past.
You can find more information about how the HSCIC handles your information and choices and how it manages your opt-out on the HSCIC website


Information Sharing

The HSCIC has a statutory role to collect and process health and social care information which is set out in the Health and Social Care Act 2012.

The HSCIC's fair processing materials, available at, explain and provide further information on:

  • what HSCIC collects - the types of information the HSCIC collects and what it's used for
  • personal information choices - people's rights regarding care information
  • information requests from organisations - how organisations can ask HSCIC to collect or provide access to care information
  • assurance bodies and processes - how the information requests HSCIC receive are carefully looked at
  • examples of benefits that have been realised through the provision of such information including case studies involving breast cancer and diabetes that are available at:

The HSCIC is absolutely committed to keeping all of the data it handles safe and secure and applies the same principle to any data that is released outside of the organisation.
Information is only ever shared with organisations that have gone through a strict application process, who can demonstrate they have a legitimate reason to access the data to use it for the benefit of health and care purposes, as per the new protections introduced as part of the Care Act 2014, and who have signed a legally binding agreement. So for example commercial companies cannot receive information for insurance or marketing purposes.
As part of the application process the Data Access Advisory Group, an independent group, hosted by the HSCIC, considers all applications for data that are identifiable or de-identified for limited access.
The HSCIC also regularly publishes a register of data releases at:, showing where data has been released, to which organisation and for which purposes.

If your patients do require any further information that is not already covered within our web pages we can be contacted by email at or by phone on 0300 303 5678.