Clinics and Services
We offer all baby immunisations according to the UK National Immunisation Schedule. It is extremely important to protect your baby as soon as they are old enough and if you have any queries we would encourage you to speak with one of the practice nurses.
A community midwife is assigned to the practice by the Royal Surrey County Hospital. Antenatal care is shared between the consultant unit, midwife and GP. Choice of place of delivery is given to you on your first visit.
Urine samples and hand-held notes are required at each visit.
We have joined forces with Quit 51 to provide weekly sessions at the surgery to help patients who wish to give up smoking. These are held on a Thursday afternoon and are by appointment only. If you are interested then please contact the surgery to book your place.
If you have been advised by the surgery to submit a smoking review on a regular basis, please use our online Smoking Review form.
Please complete our online Travel Risk Assessment form.
If you are travelling abroad please make sure you contact us in plenty of time to arrange any vaccinations that may be necessary. To help the Travel Nurses assess your travel needs it is important that they are in receipt of the assessment form before your appointment.
The nurse will then review your destination, your vaccination history and determine what vaccinations are required. Please remember to include any vaccines that you may had had elsewhere as these will not necessarily be on your notes.
If appropriate you will be advised to make a 20 minute appointment with the nurse to complete an necessary vaccinations.
It is important to book your appointment in good time as some vaccinations require a course and either way most vaccines take 2 weeks to become fully effective.
Please also be advised that there may be a fee for some vaccines (eg Hep B) as some are not funded under the NHS. For yellow fever, men ACWY, rabies, Japanese encephalitis, tickborne encephalitis vaccines we recommend that you visit a travel clinic.