St Augustine's Medical Practice

St Augustine's Medical Practice is in Keynsham, Bristol with a small branch surgery in nearby Saltford. We have approximately 11,500 registered patients.

We are part of the Keynsham Primary Care Network (PCN) which includes Temple House and West View. Working together allows us to take on bigger projects that we couldn’t do alone, share good practice, and improve care for patients.

We have a diverse and changing workforce, which consists of doctors, advanced nurse practitioners, first contact physiotherapists, paramedic, pharmacists, health care assistants, and we are passionate about training the next generation of workforce as a teaching practice.

The History of St Augustine's

The practice was founded in 1905 by Dr William Peach Taylor who practiced from No 2 Station Road within the grounds of the ruined Augustinian Abbey. With the building of the Keynsham bypass in the 1960's and the demolition of No 2, the practice moved next door to No 4. After over 50 years there, we are now based in our purpose built modern spacious premises in the Chocolate Qtr. 

Opening times




8am to 6pm


8am to 6pm


8am to 6pm


8am to 6pm


8am to 6pm





Contact information

There are different ways you can get in touch with us at the surgery. Find out more about how to contact us here.

Register as a new patient

If you would like to register as a new patient with the surgery, you can find out more information and how to register online.


Please click the link below to find out more information about the online services we offer.

Care Quality Commission

St Augustine's Medical Practice is currently rated GOOD by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). You can find out more about our rating and the quality of our health and care services in the report.