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Dr Sue Michelmore left the practice on 31st March 2019. All patients who had Dr Michelmore as their usual GP will remain registered with the practice and are now allocated to our new GP partner, Dr Sarwat Hassan.


From 1st July the practice will run an early morning clinic 07.30 - 08.00 a.m. Monday to Friday. This is only for pre-booked appointments and no other services will be available during this time.

This practice is also a member of the local GP Confederation (NICs). The federation provides early evening and weekend GP appointments at the Bedser Hub which is located in the Woking Community Hospital. These appointments are pre-bookable through either of our receptions.

NICs have also contracted with LIVI to provide video consultations, on smart phones and tablets, with an NHS GP on behalf of the practice. Download the LIVI app and follow the on screen instructions. 


We now have free Wi-fi available in both our waiting rooms - select NHS Free wi-fi and log on.

Patients can now book GP appointments, request repeat medication and view their medical records on line. Go to the on-line access page under the appointments tab and complete the registration form.

Changes to Prescriptionsgreen_pill_spill

In keeping with financial pressures on the NHS, North West Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group requires that this practice makes a significant reduction in its prescribing costs. 

In line with other local practices you may therefore notice some changes in your prescriptions:

  • The practice may no longer prescribe medication which can be bought over the counter from any pharmacy. This could include pain killing medication, anti-inflammatory medication, laxatives, some skin products, wax softeners and hay fever preparations.
  • There may be changes in the medicines we do prescribe, for less costly alternatives.

We hope that you will understand and accept theses necessary changes. the pressure on costs must be taken seriously so that the NHS can continue to provide necessary health care.

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