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  • Welcome to The Marlow Clinic

    The Marlow Clinic in central Marlow is an Integrated Healthcare Clinic offering patients a wide range of therapies, diagnosis and treatments in comfortable and relaxed surroundings. contact The Marlow Clinic on 01628 478036.

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  • Our spacious clinic gives patients the choice of Private Healthcare in a professional and calm manner. Our range of practitioners are listed below and you can 'click' to link to their website

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My Specialist GP is a Private GP practice with experienced GP’s who also have areas of special interest in Health. You can be a Member of our practice, ‘Pay as You Go’ or mix and match with your NHS GP. Our appointments are for 30 minutes and we are open Monday to Saturday. You can make appointments by phone, email or on our online booking service.

Our contact number is 01628 478036.
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Our Practitioners

Dr Peter Petrie – GP

Dr Peter Petrie is an experienced GP who has worked across Buckinghamshire and is well known to many local residents. Peter has enjoyed working in both the NHS as a GP and in assessing and mentoring junior GP’s and in Private Health being previously at DrNow and at Your Doctor.

Dr Petrie has special interests in Mental health issues and Care for the Older generation. As people age, Dr Petrie is keen to help our patients keep well rather than simply reacting to illness. ‘Polypharmacy’ is required to maintain a clear overview of the range of medications a patient might be on, as sometimes these actually conflict or overlap in their action. Peter’s experience has been that patients can actually have many problems as a result of clashing or redundant medicines and he enjoys working with older patients and following up on their health in this way.

Mental health issues are reaching epidemic proportions in younger people and Dr Petrie feels strongly that continuity is essential in building trust and making a good relationship, doctor to patient. He sees the importance of coordinating care and identifying who is best placed to help the patient – which might be short term medications, talking therapy or other longer-term therapy. Dr Petrie is available to Skype with patients particularly those encountering difficulties in their first terms at university.

Older patients can also experience mental health issues with for example memory loss which might not always be dementia but could be caused by depression.

Dr Petrie sees patients on Mondays and Fridays.