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Please be advised that there is currently an outbreak of measles in the locality. As such, we will need to take extra care/precaution in managing patients that may have symptoms of measles.

If you have any of the normal symptoms, please contact the surgery for an initial telephone consultation. If a face-to-face appointment is booked it may be set for a time of day when the surgery is less busy and, on arrival at the surgery, you may be asked to sit in a separate room/area of the surgery for the safety of the other patients in the waiting area.

Please do not be alarmed, this is to prevent further spreading of the disease.

Please visit the measles page for more information on the disease by clicking the link below –

Thank you,

The Tilbury Chadwell Group Team.



Please be advised that the Tilbury Chadwell Group Practices (Chadwell Medical Centre, Dilip Sabnis Medical Centre and Tilbury Health Centre) will be closed on Bank Holiday Monday (27th May 2019).

For information on Health Services available in Thurrock over the Bank Holiday Weekend please click on the information poster below.



Welcome to the Tilbury Chadwell Group

Our Philosophy of Care

Our aim is to provide high quality responsive healthcare delivered by an experienced, dedicated and supported primary healthcare team.

We offer a personal and friendly service and encourage our patients to take an active interest in their health care. We manage your illnesses and help to keep you fit by offering a range of preventative services. The practice is committed to improving the healthcare experience for all its patients.

The group practices wish to provide a primary care service that is sensitive to patients and carers needs. Every part of the work is led by practising clinicians who listen to the views of their patients and will tailor their care to their needs.


The Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) are the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England.

The CQC make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and encourage them to improve.

They monitor, inspect and regulate services to make sure they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety and publish what is found, including performance ratings to help people choose care.


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