Message about Dr Sachin Khurjekar

As a community, we mourn the loss of our dear doctor, Sachin Khurjekar.

Sachin spent the majority of his career serving as a GP in Brent and Harrow East, between Honeypot Medical Centre and more recently, Mollison Way Surgery.

Gone too soon and so suddenly, it has taken us all some time to find the words to express the sense of grief we are experiencing for our friend, colleague and in some cases mentor.

Many people remember Sachin as a welcome source of light in this world, regularly armed with a smile, his pipe and a joke to lift the spirits. His colleagues remember his penchant for vintage pens and watches, a unique dress sense and his enjoyment of a perfectly brewed tea from a china cup at work.

He was a gentleman with old fashioned courtesy and kindness central to his values. They describe him as “the heart of the GP surgery,” treating patients not with pills but kindness and empathy and this has influenced many colleagues past and present to follow in his footsteps.

He spoke so tenderly about his family and his children who were his biggest loves. The community remembers how he took youngsters under his wing to teach them the joys of rugby and, in doing so, taught them many life skills along the way. Even those who knew him for a short time would find themselves “forever changed” by knowing him, such was the impact of his sparkling personality and big heart.

Sachin’s untimely death sparked his family to raise money for Mind a charity which he supported throughout his life. It is testament to a life well lived that they exceeded their original target and have raised over £7,000, and continue to raise money for a cause Sachin was passionate about in life.

We see in us,  his legacy continues after his death. Sachin, we will miss you and continue to celebrate your life and your presence in ours.

NEW telephone number from Wednesday 30 October 2019

New telephone system for Mollison Way Surgery – improving your service from Wednesday 30th October 2019

Dear Patients,

Your feedback is very important to us, and is helping to improve and shape the care that we deliver at Mollison Way Surgery.

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We know from the experiences that you have shared with us that you are unsatisfied with the current telephone system, and that you can often be on hold for quite some time, as well as sometimes experience disconnection whilst in conversation with one of our team members.

We have been working hard with the current telephone system provider, and earlier this year we took the firm decision to change telephony provider, as we do not consider the current system to be fit-for-purpose having explored all possible options for its improvement.

On Wednesday 30th October 2019 at 12pm, a new telephone system will be implemented at the practice. There will be no change to the surgery telephone number.

We have invested in the new telephone system to provide you with an improved service. Whilst we do not anticipate any downtime during the system migration, we would like to thank you in advance for your patience with any inconvenience you may experience in the change over.

If you have any queries or concerns and would like to write to us, please email us on, thank you.

Winter Holiday Timings 2018-2019

Please note our opening schedule until Wednesday 2 January 2019 below, after which the usual schedule will resume for each practice from Thurs 3 January 2019.

If you require out of hours care or advice, find out what you can do when we are closed >>


Mollison Way Surgery


Monday 24 December 2018 8.00am – 6.30pm
Tuesday 25 December 2018 CLOSED
Wednesday 26 December 2018 CLOSED
Thursday 27 December 2018 8.00am – 6.30pm
Friday 28 December 2018 8.00am – 6.30pm
Saturday 29 December 2018 8.00am – 12.00pm
Sunday 30 December 2018 CLOSED
Monday 31 December 2018 8.00am – 6.30pm
Tuesday 1 January 2019 CLOSED
Wednesday 2 January 2019 8.00am – 6.30pm

Macmillan Cancer Support Coffee Morning: After-event report with pictures

Mollison Way surgery held a successful coffee morning on Friday 28th September 2018 in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. The event was well attended and managed to raise £500, all of which will be donated to Macmillan. See pictures from the event below. 

Members of staff and patients contributed on the day, either by bringing in shop bought cakes or by making them at home themselves. Wherever the cakes came from, they were greatly enjoyed by all staff, patients and local residents. 

In aid of supporting Macmillan Cancer Support, the practice specifically requested for current and former cancer patients and their families to attend the event. A patient from the surgery, who is also a cancer survivor, said “‘It was an honor to be invited to this event. I would like to emphasize that there is always hope and possibility of surviving the terrifying battle against cancer, just keep strong and fight as much as you can.’

Macmillan is one of the world’s largest cancer support charities and AT Medics are extremely thankful to both Macmillan and all staff who helped to make this event possible. Click here to find out more about Macmillan and to organise your own coffee morning.

Romanian Cervical Screening Education Event – Wednesday 10 October 2018

Mollison Way will be hosting a Romanian Cervical Screening Education Event at the surgery on Wednesday 10 October 2018 between 1.00 and 3.00pm. See poster below.

By holding this event, we hope to familiarise our Romanian patients with the process involved when a patient is invited for a cervical smear as well as emphasising the importance of attending on a regular basis. Patients with have the chance to discuss their concerns with the Practice Nurse and the Lead Clinician with the help of an interpreter from Silent Sounds. Leaflets will be available in Romanian and posters will be displayed in the Practice.

The aim of the NHS Cervical Screening Programme (NHSCSP) is to reduce the number of women who develop invasive cervical cancer and reduce the number of women who die from it. This is done through a systematic, quality assured population-based screening programme for eligible women.

Cervical screening isn’t a test for cancer, it’s a test to check the health of the cells of the cervix. Most women’s test results show that everything is normal, but for around 1 in 20 women the test shows some abnormal changes in the cells of the cervix. Most of these changes won’t lead to cervical cancer and the cells may go back to normal on their own. But in some cases, the abnormal cells need to be removed so they can’t become cancerous.


Immunisation has caused dramatic improvements in health; diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough (pertussis), measles and polio are now rare in many countries. Vaccination resulted in smallpox being eradicated from the world. It is hoped the same will soon be true for polio. Therefore, we are also using this opportunity to discuss concerns that young mothers may have about immunisations for their children.


Winter Holiday Timings 2017-2018

Please note our opening schedule until Tuesday 2nd January 2018 below, after which the usual schedule will resume for each practice from Wednesday 3rd January 2018.

If you require out of hours care or advice, find out what you can do when we are closed >>

Sunday 24th Dec 2017 CLOSED
Monday 25th Dec 2017 CLOSED
Tuesday 26th Dec 2017 CLOSED
Wednesday 27th Dec 2017 8.00am – 6:30pm
Thursday 28th Dec 2017 8.00am – 6.30pm
Friday 29th Dec 2017 8:00am – 6:30pm
Saturday 30th Dec 2017 8.00am – 12.00pm
Sunday 31st Dec 2017 CLOSED
Monday 1st Jan 2018 CLOSED
Tuesday 2nd Jan 2018 8.00am-6.30pm

Good CQC Rating

CQC’s new programme of inspections of England based GP practices focuses on rating according to whether they are safe, effective, caring, responsive and well led. Inspectors rated Mollison Way Surgery “Good” for being well led and responsive to people’s needs. 

Professor Steve Field, Chief Inspector of General Practice said “We carried out an announced comprehensive inspection at Mollison Way Surgery on 14 September 2017. Overall the practice is rated as good.

Our key findings across all the areas we inspected were as follows:

  • There was an open and transparent approach to safety and a system in place for reporting and recording significant events. The provider was aware of and complied with the requirements of the duty of candour.
  • The practice had clearly defined and embedded systems to minimise risks to patient safety.
  • Staff were aware of current evidence based guidance. Staff had the skills and knowledge to deliver effective care and treatment and liaised with other health and social services professionals to coordinate care.
  • Staff were proactively supported to maintain their professional development and acquire new skills. They had access to appropriate and bespoke training to meet their learning needs and to cover the scope of their work.
  • Patient feedback: Patients said they were treated with compassion and were involved in their care and decisions about their treatment.
  • Information about services and how to complain was available. Improvements were made to the quality of care as a result of complaints and concerns.
  • The practice had good facilities and was well equipped to treat patients and meet their needs.
  • There was a clear leadership structure and staff felt supported by management.
  • The practice proactively sought feedback from staff and patients, which it acted on.
  • The practice used innovative and proactive methods to improve patient outcomes and worked with other local and national healthcare providers to share best practice.

We saw areas of outstanding practice:

  • The electronic dashboard used across the provider group was a powerful tool for understanding the practice’s comparative performance across a range of clinical indicators and had helped drive local improvement, for example in managing diabetes.
  • Staff had access to a learning and development portfolio featuring training programs tailored for each staff role. For example, fortnightly web-based training for healthcare assistants; development support for practice nurses; a development programme for practice managers and a fortnightly consultant led learning program for clinicians.


Get your FREE flu vaccination: Autumn/Winter 2017-18

If you are eligible, book an appointment for your FREE flu vaccination now:

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  • 65 years of age or over
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