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Making an Appointmentpen_on_diary

If you wish to see your doctor or a practice nurse at the surgery please telephone one of the following numbers between 08.00. and 18.30. Monday to Friday to make an appointment

  • Chobham: 01276 857401
  • West End: 01483 480521

Two thirds of available appointments are pre bookable, usually up to 6 weeks before, and one third are book on the day only. All of the pre-bookable appointments can be booked on line using the patient access system.

Urgent Appointments

If all of our GP’s appointments are booked on a particular day and your medical condition is such that you require an urgent appointment you may then be offered a ‘medically urgent’ 5 minute appointment in the duty clinic. Please remember that the appointment is an 'extra' added to an already full surgery list and may not be with your usual GP. Please note it is also not possible to deal with several or long-standing problems, which are best dealt with in a more relaxed routine consultation.

If at any time we are unable to offer you a medically urgent 5 minute appointment you will be asked to attend the Woking Walk-in Centre details of which are obtainable from our reception.

Telephone Access to a Doctor or Practice Nurse

There may be occasions when patients wish to speak to their doctor / practice nurse on the telephone, during normal working hours.

Contact should be made through reception on one of the following numbers:

  • Chobham: 01276 857117
  • West End: 01483 481323

The receptionist will book the next available telephone consultation, this may not be the same day and no exact time of call can be given. The doctor or nurse will then telephone the patient on the day of the appointment. Please note that they will only attempt the call once.

 
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