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Welcome to Claremont Medical Centre Website

ClaremontWe are a medium sized NHS training practice located in the heart of Surbiton, just behind the train station. We have a wide ranging clinical team including nine GPs, two Practice Nurses and three Healthcare Assistants. Together with the rest of the team we will endeavour to provide you with a patient centred, friendly approach to meeting your needs. The practice takes new patients from the Surbiton area.

We provide the full range of primary care services including GP services, practice nursing and district nursing. We also have close links with the Health Visiting Service and the Midwifery Service based at the new Surbiton Health Centre on Ewell Road.

Access & Parking

There is good wheelchair access in the building and a lift to the first floor consulting rooms. There are fully automatic doors that operate on a sensor basis to assist those patients who are disabled/wheelchair bound or those with buggies. There is a portable induction loop available at reception to assist patients who wear a hearing aid. Guide dogs are permitted throughout the premises.

There is limited parking space in the courtyard behind the main building and a dedicated disabled space next to the main entrance. Please do not double park in the car park as you may prevent patients and staff from leaving when needed. The Sainsbury’s car park is just round the corner.  We encourage staff and patients to walk or come by bicycle whenever possible. 

As with all NHS premises, we operate a strict No Smoking policy on our premises which applies to patients and staff alike.

We have books, videos and CDs for patients to borrow, as well as leaflets and files in the waiting room providing information on a wide variety of health matters. If you cant find information on the topic you are searching for, please either ask the doctor or ask at reception.

NOT SURE WHICH SERVICE TO USE WHEN WE ARE CLOSED?

Please click on the link below for information about the different services available to you within South West London and to help you make the most appropriate choice - this includes information about the GP Health Centre at Gosbury Hill, Chessington which is open from 8am - 8pm 7 days a week 365 days a year - you can be seen there by a doctor without having to register.

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Have you registered for the new Electronic Prescription Service?

The Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) is an NHS service. It gives you the chance to change how your GP sends your prescription to the place you choose to get your medicines or appliances from.

If you normally collect your repeat prescription from the surgery, you won't have to come to us to collect the paper copy any more, we can simply transmit it electronically to the Pharmacy of your choice, saving you time. You can choose to nominate any pharmacy, not one that is necessarily close to the practice, perhaps one that is close to where you work or shop may be more convenient. As your prescription is transmitted electronically to the Pharmacy, your items should be ready to collect when you arrive.

If you would like to find out more about this service and nominate a Pharmacy to use for this service, please collect a Patient Nomination Request form from reception. Once completed this should be taken to the Pharmacy of your choice who will register you for EPS and send us an electronic message to let us know that they are your nominated pharmacy.

This service will be available from the end of August 2014.

 
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