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Church Street Practice is located in a Primary Care Centre and Hospital built in 1999 on the site of the old cottage hospital, currently owned by NHS Property Services Ltd. We look after the health care needs of approximately 13,000 patients. We share the first floor with another medical practice, Dr de Sousa & Partners, as well as a Walk-in Centre open 7 days a week (365 days a year), Treatment Room, Community Nursing team and Health Visitors. We have access to a variety of facilities on site such as X-ray, physiotherapy and podiatry. Out-patient clinics are held by local hospital consultants and there is a palliative care ward on the ground floor. We are part of North West Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group (NWS CCG).

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday
8:30 - 18:30
Saturday9:00 - 11:00
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Lost Hours

From April to the end of 2014 - 1103 patients failed to attend their appointment which equates to 184 lost GP hours and 422 nurse appointments which averages 141 lost nurse hours. Patients who continue to miss appointments will be contacted and may be removed from our list.

Whilst we are trying to manage our appointment availability as best as we can this obviously impacts on everyone. These appointments may also have been available to patients who may have unnecessarily gone to A&E. However, we would like to take this opportunity to thank all our patients who do attend and who let us know in good time when they need to cancel an appointment.

Opening Hours Over Easter

We are closed over the Easter Bank Holiday - Good Friday (3rd April), Easter Sunday (5th April) & Easter Monday (6th April). We are open as normal on Saturday morning (4th April) for pre-bookable routine appointments only, available from 09:00 until 11:40am (this is not a walk in service); between 9:00 - 11:00am as a convenience for our patients our Reception desk is open to collect or drop off paperwork such as requests for on-line access, registrations and prescriptions but all queries will have to wait until the next working day (Tuesday 7th April) when we will have sufficient resource available to fully assist you.

When we are closed dial 111 for NHS advice and medical assistance or visit Weybridge Walk in Centre (part of the Virgin Care group) which will be open every day throughout the Easter Bank Holiday from 9am until 4pm (01932 826013).

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Contact Details

Appointments (08:30-18:30):
01932 826025

Switchboard (08:30-17:30):
01932 828200
Urgent Problems (08:00-08:30):
01932 851100
Out of Hours:
111 (NHS 111)
Fax:
01932 844902

Email: churchstreet.practicemail@nhs.net
(For non urgent requests / queries)

24 Hour Online Access

By using "Patient Access" on line services you don't have to wait on the phone or queue and you have 24 hours a day access. Use Patient Access to book or cancel your next appointment with a doctor. You have the same access to 10 minute routine appointments as Reception staff. We do not currently use this service for nurse appointments as these vary in length from 10 to 30 minute appointments depending on the type clinic e.g. respiratory or diabetes. You can use Patient Access to request repeat medication and view certain aspects of your medical records - medication, allergies, adverse reactions and immunisations. You can update your personal details such as your address or contact details - all on-line! This service is only available if you are over 16.

If you've not yet applied for access and want to make use of this service please contact Reception for further details (if you turn up in person with photo ID then we can issue your access document there and then.)

Remember we are open early on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings, Saturday morning 9-11 and Monday evening for your convenience.

If you have moved out of our Practice catchment area unfortunately we are unable to keep you as a patient (Practice Catchment Area).

You will be asked to register with another practice within your catchment area. For details of your new local practice contact NHS Primary Care Support Services on 0208 335 1400.