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Church Street Practice

We are a GMS (General Medical Services) Practice looking after around 13,000 patients.
The Department of Health contracts us to provide personal medical care including maternity services, minor surgical procedures, vaccinations and contraceptive services.
We monitor and provide education for a number of chronic conditions, prescribe medication, undertake relevant tests and investigations, and make referrals to specialists.
In addition to our normal services we offer more specialised chronic disease clinics.
 
About Church Street Practice
Church Street Practice is located in a Primary Care Centre and Hospital built in 1999 on the site of the old cottage hospital, currently managed by NHS Property Services Ltd.
We share the first floor with another medical practice, The Rowan Tree Practice, as well as an Walk-in Centre Virgincare, 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.
 
Church Street Practice - Weybridge GPs (Doctors)
We are on 1st floor - right at top of stairs
 
Opening Hours
8.30am - 6.30pm Monday to Friday
9.00am - 11.00am Saturday
Also extended opening hours (see below)
 
Email
churchstreet.practicemail@nhs.net
(For non urgent requests / queries)
Website
www.churchstreetpractice.nhs.uk
 
Address
Church Street Practice,
Weybridge Primary Care Centre,
22 Church Street,
Weybridge,
Surrey KT13 8DW
 
 
Daytime Telephone Numbers
Appointments: 01932 826 025
from 8:30am until 6:30pm
Main Switchboard: 01932 828 200
from 8:30am until 5:30pm
Between 8:00 - 8:30am Monday to Friday
For urgent medical problems only:
Telephone 01932 851 100
Fax: 01932 844 902
 
Telephone Numbers - When we are closed
After 6:30pm at Night, Weekends & Bank Holidays
If you have an urgent medical problem when we are closed please visit the Walk-in Centre  or contact NHS 111.
Weybridge NHS Walk in Centre:
01932 826 013

The Weybridge Walk in Centre is open
9:00 - 16:00 at weekends & bank holidays  7:00 - 20:00 on weekdays.
Or NHS 111 (see below)
 

NHS 111 Service
is available for urgent
non-Emergency
health information & advice


For deaf people or those hard of hearing,
a text phone service is available
on 18001 111
NHS 111 is the non Emeergency Medical Help Services number to call

111 is the NHS non-emergency number. It’s fast, easy and free.
Call 111 and speak to a highly trained adviser, supported by healthcare professionals. They will ask you a series of questions to assess your symptoms and immediately direct you to the best medical care for you.

NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Calls are free from landlines and mobile phones.

More Info: NHS 111

     
24 Hour Online Access
Online appointment bookings
Order or view repeat prescriptions
Access & view your medical records
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 your medical records.
You can update your personal details such as your address or contact details - all on-line!
 
Commitment To Quality / Patient Feedback
It is our aim to focus on improving quality of care for patients and to achieve our general philosophy where possible of allowing patients the time they need when seeing a doctor or nurse.
It is our intention to ask our patients every year to complete regular surveys which gives us the opportunity to review what they think about our services.
We issue a newsletter and welcome the opportunity for patients to let us have their comments and suggestions about the services we provide - please pick up a form and place in the box provided at Reception or send us an email.
 
Extended Opening Hours
Our extended opening hours for pre-booked routine appointments are:
Monday morning: 7:20 - 8.30am
Thursday morning: 7:20 - 8.30am
Saturday morning: 9:00 - 11:40am
 
Extended hour appointments are pre-bookable only.
 It is very important that our patients understand that we will not be offering a “walk-in” service during our extended hours.
 
During our extended hours the main Health Centre switch board will be closed and you will not be able to contact us directly by telephone during these times. An answer phone message gives instructions how to access out of hours medical services.
 
Our reception desk will be open during these extended opening hours for patients to collect prescriptions and letters / forms. Any queries will be dealt with the next working day when a full service is available. Patients coming in on a Saturday morning to pick up any paperwork should note that our desk will close at 11.00am
 
Only those patients with an appointment will be seen.
 
Car Parking & Facilities For The Disabled
A pay and display car park is available for the benefit of visitors to the Primary Care Centre and Hospital.
There is access for pedestrians only using Minorca road.
Disabled parking and a drop off point are available outside the main entrance, which has automatic doors giving easy access for wheelchairs.
There are 2 lifts to the first floor where the waiting area, GP surgeries, Walk-in Centre, out-patients and treatment room are situated.
Disabled toilet facilities are available on both the ground floor and first floor.
 
Home Visits
These are for patients who are housebound or too ill to attend the surgery.
Direct telephone number 01932 826 023 during normal opening times.
Please make requests for a home visit before 10am wherever possible.
 It will help if you can also give some information about your problem in order for the doctors to plan their rounds effectively.
The doctor will telephone you first to ensure a home visit is required.
 
Feeling unwell Choose the right service - self care, NHS 111, Pharmacist, GP (Doctor), NHS Walk-in Service, A&E or 999 for Emergency
 
When Should You Call An Ambulance?
If you believe that you or a member of your family, require emergency treatment, then dial 999 for an ambulance.
For example, if someone has collapsed or is choking and you are unable to help then call an ambulance straight away.
In particular, if you experience chest pain for more than 10-15 minutes which may be accompanied by nausea and sweating dial 999 and let the ambulance service know that you think you may be having a heart attack.
Also is you think someone has had a stroke (FAST - face, arms, speech & time) it is very important to act fast by calling an ambulance straight away and letting them know that you think the person has had a stroke.
 
Please remember that A & E departments treat accidents and emergencies and should only be used in serious and life- threatening situations.

If you need urgent treatment when we are closed and it is not an emergency or serious enough to need an ambulance then call NHS 111.
 
Local Pharmacist
Your local pharmacist may be able to give you free health advice at any time.
Many pharmacies operate extended hours on a rota basis.
A well stocked medicine cabinet will help you treat many illnesses at home and pharmacists are qualified to give advice on illnesses and the medicines you need to treat them.
Doctors At Church Street Practice
    Dr Alicia Langton Partner Female MB BS DRCOG DFFP MRCGP (Charing Cross & Westminster 1998)  
    Dr Rebecca Brown Partner Female MC ChB DFFP DRCOG MRCGP (University of Liverpool 1997)  
Dr Sarah Styles Partner Female MB BS DRCOG DFFP MRCGP (Guy's & St Thomas' London 1995)  
    Dr Graeme Wilding Partner Male MB BS MRCS ATLS MRCGP (University College London 1997)  
    Dr Lindy Fozard Associate Female MB BS DRCOG DFFP MRCGP (King's London 1984)  
Dr Bhavisha Patel Associate Female MBBS BSc DRCOG MRCGP (Royal Free and University College London 2007)
    Dr Clare Grocock Associate Female MB ChB (University of Birmingham 2008)  
    Dr Katie Trathen Associate Female MBBS DRCOG MRCGP (University of Hull & University of York 2009)  
        Locum Doctors   We sometimes engage locum doctors when our regular doctors are away
in order to maintain sufficient levels of access for our patients.
 
     
Clinics & Services
The Practice provides personal medical care including maternity services, minor surgical procedures, immunisation, vaccinations and contraceptive services. Clinics include Travel Clinics, Vaccination Clinics, Child Devlopment and Immunisation Clinics, Minor Op Clinic and Respiratory Clinics, Diabetic Clinics.
Practice Nurses At Church Street Practice
Sister Terri Gardner SRN
Sister Siobhan Riordan SRN
Nurse Sue Barnes RGN
Non Medical Staff
Practice Manager: Mrs Catherine Makepeace
Assistant Practice Manager: Mrs Geraldine Brooks
Administration & Reception Staff:
Work on a rota basis assisting the medical staff.
   
Our Practice Nurses run clinics for Well Woman and all routine smears; Heart Disease; Hypertension; Respiratory including Asthma; Diabetic; Well Man (especially if you haven’t seen your doctor in the last three years); medical checks for the over 75 and newly registered patients; childhood & adult vaccinations; osteoporosis & menopause; obesity; helicobacter breath testing; smoking cessation.
Please make a routine appointment with one of our Practice Nurses.
It is necessary to inform us why you want an appointment e.g. for a diabetic check as our Practice Nurses specialise in different areas and some treatments such as blood tests, wound dressings and ear syringing, can only be carried out by the treatment room nurses.
     
Family Planning
West Elmbridge Family Planning clinic is held at the Health Centre on Wednesday 5.00pm – 7.00pm (appointments preferred).
They can be contacted on 01932 826082 during clinic time only and 01483 714160 out of clinic times.
Youth Counselling Service
Do you need someone to talk to? The youth counselling service is free and confidential to 12-24 year olds.
Phone 0845 600 2516 if no one is free to take your call you can leave a message and the will call you back or email youthcounselling@surreypct.nhs.uk
 
     

 
 
 

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