New Patients

To register as a New Private Patient, please click here

For new NHS Patients, please read below:

  • • To register you will receive a welcome pack with a registration application form and a questionnaire.
  • • You will be fully registered once the Doctor accepts you as a patient.
  • • You will then be invited for a health Check.
  • • Let the Secretary know it is your first visit.

Download information pack below:


New Patient Registration Pack

 

Information for New Patients
Our practice provides a range of services, including precious time and resources.

  • • General medical advice on health problems (could be booked for YOUR convenience as a telephone consultation with a doctor or nurse)
  • • Vaccinations
  • • Examinations and treatment
  • • Prescriptions for medicines
  • • Referrals to other health services when appropriate (for clinical reasons) following assessment
  • • Family planning/contraception services
  • • Care during pregnancy
  • • Child health checks and immunisations
  • • Health promotion/health screening services, such as smear tests and well person checks
  • • Minor operations and surgical procedures that could be provided in a community setting.
  • • Chronic (long-term) Diseases Managements and control such as Diabetes, Heart failure, Epilepsy, High Blood Pressure, Heart disease and Asthma etc.

Surgeries are always busy, although we offer nearly double the number of appointments to our practice population, so be sure to keep to your appointment time and cancel it if you need to.

Always remember other options available to you for your health problems:

1. Have you been to the pharmacist?
Ask your pharmacist: Pharmacists (sometimes called Chemists) are experts on medicines and how they work. They can also offer advice on common complaints such as coughs, colds, aches and pains and other health issues, such as healthy eating and giving up smoking. They can help you decide whether you need to see a doctor. You can talk to your pharmacists in confidence - even about the most personal symptoms and you don’t need to make an appointment.

TOWNSEND CHEMIST
7 Ambleside Avenue, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, KT12 3LJ
Tel: 01932 231682
BOOTS THE CHEMISTS LTD
15-19 High Street, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, KT12 1DG
Tel: 01932 220973
CHERRYS HALFWAY
87 Hersham Road, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, KT12 1RJ
Tel: 01932 220072
COURTS PHARMACY
38 The Centre, Walton On Thames, Surrey, KT12 1QJ
Tel: 01932 231572
GOULDS PHARMACY
48 Terrace Road, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, KT12 2SD
Tel: 01932 223505
SAINSBURYS PHARMACY
Sainsbury Store, New Zealand Avenue, Walton On Thames, Surrey, KT12 1AD
Tel: 01932 220185
HERSHAM PHARMACY
20 Hersham Centre, Hersham, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, KT12 4HL
Tel: 01932 228667
   
PHILIP J ADAMS
4 Hersham Green, Hersham, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, KT12 4HL
Tel: 01932 221262
OATLANDS PARK PHARMACY
126 Oatlands Drive, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 9HL
Tel: 01932 842171
CHURCH PHARMACY
99 Queens Road, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 9UQ
Tel: 01932 842632
MOSS CHEMISTS
17 Thurlestone Parade, High Street, Shepperton, Middlesex, TW17 9AR
Tel: 01932 220328
TRIO PHARMACY
19-21 High Street, Shepperton, Middlesex, TW17 9AJ
Tel: 01932 225900
MOSS CHEMISTS
9 High Street, Shepperton, Middlesex, TW17 9AJ
Tel: 01932 223719
COURTS PHARMACY
500 Walton Road, West Molesey, Surrey, KT8 0QF
Tel: 020 89799022
BOOTS THE CHEMISTS LTD
27 High Street, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8AX
Tel: 01932 842738
LLOYDS PHARMACY
Primary Care Centre, Weybridge Hospital, Church Street, Weybridge,Surrey, KT13 8DY
Tel: 01932 854224

2. Have you called NHS Direct?

Call NHS Direct: You can call NHS Direct on 0845 4647* for confidential health advice and information 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. The lines are staffed by nurses and professional advisors. NHS Direct has become a first point of contact for patients seeking medical help outside normal surgery hours. NHS Direct can offer you information on:

  • • What to do if you or a family member feels ill
  • • Particular health conditions
  • • Local health services (such as doctors, dentists or out of hours pharmacies)
  • • Self-help or support organisations

    *Calls are charged at local rates. For patients' safety, all calls are recorded.
    For deaf people or those hard of hearing there is a textphone service available on 0845 606 46 47. For those whose preferred language is not English, there is the choice of a confidential translation service.


3. Have you tried your local NHS Walk-in Centre?
NHS Walk-in Centre: There are now 49 NHS Walk-in Centres throughout England. Two of them are local

  • Weybridge NHS Walk-In Centre
    Weybridge Hospital and Primary Centre, 22 Church Street, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8DY


  • Woking NHS Walk-In Centre
    Woking Community Hospital, Heathside Road, Woking, Surrey, GU22 7HS


They offer fast and convenient access to healthcare advice and treatment for minor injuries and illnesses. They are open from early morning to late evening, seven days a week. They are run by experienced NHS nurses, and you don’t need to make an appointment.

Main services
  • • Blood pressure checks
  • • Contraceptive advice
  • • Coughs, colds and flu-like symptoms
  • • Information on staying healthy and health promotion
  • • Minor cuts and wounds - dressings and care
  • • Muscle and joint injuries - strains and sprains
  • • Skin complaints - rashes, sunburn and head lice
  • • Stomach ache, indigestion, constipation, vomiting and diarrhoea
  • • Support for stopping smoking
  • • Women's health problems, thrush and menstrual advice
  • • Fracture clinic available.

4. Do you need to visit a Minor Injuries Unit?
Minor Injuries Units: Many people continue to go to A&E even when they could be treated just as professionally and usually more quickly at a Minor Injuries Unit. Minor Injuries Units are for patients with less serious injuries, such as sprains, cuts and grazes. The waiting times are usually much shorter than those in A&E, as staff must give priority to serious and life-threatening conditions. You do not need an appointment to visit a Minor Injuries Unit. Minor Injuries Units are led by highly qualified nurse practitioners with more experience and expertise than many doctors in this kind of treatment.

Our local Minor Injuries Unit is localised in Walton Community Hospital, Rodney Road, and Opposite Walton Health Centre.

Minor Injuries Units can treat a wide variety of problems including:


  • • Cuts/grazes and lacerations
  • • Sprains and strains
  • • Broken bones (fractures)
  • • Bites and stings (including human/animal bites)
  • • Infected wounds
  • • Minor head injuries
  • • Minor eye infections, foreign bodies & scratches

If you are not sure whether your injury is minor and can be treated in a Minor Injuries Unit, telephone NHS Direct on 0845 4647, who can advise you and direct you to the most appropriate place for your care.

5. Do you or a family member need emergency hospital treatment?

Accident & Emergency (A&E) or 999: It is often very obvious when emergency care is needed for serious injury or illness. You should get medical attention by either taking the patient to the nearest Accident & Emergency (A & E) department or by phoning 999 for an emergency ambulance.

An emergency is a critical or life threatening situation such as:

  • • Loss of consciousness
  • • Heavy blood loss
  • • Suspected broken bones
  • • Persistent chest pain for 15 minutes or more
  • • Difficulty breathing
  • • Overdose, ingestion or poisoning

Remember to keep calm, do everything you can to help the person, but don't put yourself in danger and don't give the person anything to eat, drink or smoke.

Unless you need emergency medical attention avoid local A&E departments. Doctors and nurses there are equipped to deal with serious cases of injury and illness, not routine and minor ailments. Calling an ambulance won't necessarily mean you are seen any quicker at A&E as the most serious cases are prioritised.


1. Ashford Hospital London Road, Ashford, TW15 3AA Distance: 8.1 km (5.03 miles) from our practice Telephone: 01784 884488

2. St Peter's Hospital Guildford Road, Chertsey, KT16 0PZ Distance: 8.16 km (5.07 miles) from our practice Telephone: 01932 872000

3. Kingston Hospital Galsworthy Road, Kingston Upon Thames, KT2 7QB Distance: 9.45 km (5.87 miles) from our practice Telephone: 020 8546 7711

4. Epsom General Hospital Dorking Road, Epsom, KT18 7EG Distance: 11.51 km (7.15 miles) from our practice Telephone: 01372 735 735

5. West Middlesex University Hospital 24 hour A&E department, Twickenham Road, Isleworth, TW7 6AF Distance: 11.72 km (7.29 miles) from our practice Telephone: 020 - 8560 - 2121

This information and more could be obtained from the following website
www.nhs.uk/england/