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Phone lines 

We apologise if you have difficulty contacting us by phone. We are experiencing particularly high call volumes. 

Antibiotic awareness

Click here for important information about prescribing antibiotics.

Advice about a minor ailment or run out of repeat medication?

If you have run out of your regular repeat medication or need advice about a minor ailment please contact your local community pharmacy.


Please phone for results between 2 and 4pm.

Parking at Wodeland Avenue

The car park at our Wodeland Avenue site is often full and we need to reserve space for our staff. Please note that patients can park on the road directly outside free for up to 2hrs.


In the case of a life-threatening problem, dial 999 for an ambulance.  It is now advisable for anyone suffering acute, severe chest pain (especially if associated with sweating, pain in the neck or left arm or faintness) to dial 999. Any suspected "heart attack" is better dealt with directly by the paramedics in the Surrey Ambulance service.  The nearest casualty department is at the Royal Surrey County Hospital (01483) 571122


What To Do In Time Of Bereavement

Death is an inevitable fact of life. But many of us never think about what we need to do until we are faced with the situation.  It is at this time you need all the help and support possible to help you through the grieving process. The doctors and staff at the surgery are available to give you advice and guidance. However, there are certain practical steps you need to know about. 

If Someone Dies At Home

  • Telephone the doctor who will visit to confirm that death has taken place and advise you how to obtain the death certificate.
  • Contact a funeral director who will be able to advise you on registration procedures and funeral arrangements.

If Someone Dies In Hospital

  • Contact your local funeral director to engage their services.
  • Collect the doctor’s death certificate from the hospital.

In All Cases Of Death

  • Contact the registrar’s office for the area in which the death took place and make an appointment  to take in the death certificate. You should also take to this meeting the deceased’s medical card (if available) and birth certificate. The registrar will then issue you with a document which will allow the funeral to take place. 
  • Take this form to your chosen funeral director who, after discussion with you, will take over many of the arrangements for the funeral.

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