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Weybridge Health Centre Fire
 
Sadly, Weybridge Community Hospital, the NHS Walk-In Centre, Lloyds Pharmacy and the two GP Surgeries in the Health Centre have been destroyed by a massive fire
There were reports of loud explosions as the fire took hold, just after midnight (morning of July 12th 2017).
Information for Patients Following Weybridge NHS Health Centre Fire 
 
News, Photos & Videos:
Weybridge Hospital Fire
Weybridge Hospital, the NHS Walk-In Centre and the two GP Surgeries in the Health Centre have been destroyed by a massive fire. 
 

Rowan Tree Practice

Formerly known as Dr deSousa and Partners.
We are one of a number of tenants in the centre and are an independent GP surgery.
There is another independent GP surgery known as Church Street Practice.
Patients sometimes get confused and believe they are registered with ‘Weybridge Health Centre’ but there is no such organisation so you will be registered with one of the two practices based in the centre.
The centre provides all the NHS primary and community health services under one roof.
In addition patients have access to x-ray and physiotherapy services previously provided in the hospital. Hospital consultants also visit us to hold their outpatient clinics.
The walk-in centre provides a nurse-led service for dealing with minor injuries and illnesses.
 
Church Street Practice - Weybridge GPs (Doctors)
We are on the first floor
 
Reception Opening Hours
8.30am - 6.30pm Monday to Friday
except Bank / Public Holidays
Surgery Times
8.30am - 11am and 3pm - 6pm
Monday to Friday
except Bank / Public Holidays
Website
www.rowantreepractice.org.uk
 
Address
Rowan Tree Practice,
Weybridge Primary Care Centre,
22 Church Street,
Weybridge,
Surrey KT13 8DW
 
 
Telephone Number
01932 828 200
from 8:30am until 6:30pm
Fax: 01932 859 851
 
Telephone Numbers - When we are closed
If you have an urgent medical problem when we are closed please visit the Walk-in Centre  or contact NHS 111.
Life-Threatening Emergencies
If your situation is life-threatening you should dial 999.
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
You can access the appointment servicde online and order repeat prescriptions online, providing you have registered to do so.
 
Home Visits
Home visits are only for those who are too ill to attend the Primary Care Centre.
Please telephone between 8.30 and 10.00am, if possible, to help the doctors plan their day
 
24 Hour Online Access
Online appointment bookings
Order or view repeat prescriptions
You can access the appointment servicde online and order repeat prescriptions online, providing you have registered to do so.
 
Disabled Access
The main entrance is equipped with automatic doors giving easy access for wheelchairs and there are lifts to the first floor. All doctors' consulting rooms are on the same level as the waiting room. The waiting room is equipped with an induction loop to help those with hearing aids and there are facilities for the doctors and nurses to call their next patients either visually or audibly. There are disabled toilet facilities on both the ground and first floors. Designated parking spaces are available for disabled patients visiting the primary care centre.
 
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.
 
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 Rowan Tree Practice
    Dr Emile A J de Sousa Male BSc FRCP (London 1980)  
    Dr Edward M X Comber Male MB BCh BAO DObst DCH MRCGP (Dublin 1979)  
Dr Krzysztof A Jakubowski Male MB BS MRCGP DCH (St George's 1986)  
    Dr Ravdip S Bumrah Male BSc MB BS MRCGP (Charing Cross and Westminster 1994)  
    Dr Sarah F Scott Female MB BCh MRCGP (Cardiff 1998)  
Dr Nazeli Manukyan Female MD MRCP MRCGP DFSRH (Armenia 1992)
     
Practice Nurses At Rowan Treet Practice
Sister Wendy Moore
Sister Siobhan Riordan
Sister Simone Whitcher
Nurse Sue Barnes
 
Non Medical Staff
Practice Manager: Jill Tallick
The practice manager, Jill Tallick, her deputy, Rachael Emery and the reception and secretarial staff work to support the doctors and to help patients.
   
Clinics
Attached to the practice, we have a full range of community staff, including district nurses, health visitors, midwives, treatment room nurses and community psychiatric nurses. In addition, our own practice nurses - Sisters Wendy Moore, Siobhan Riordan, Simone Whitcher and Sue Barnes run clinics for:

Asthma, Heart Disease, Diabetes, Stroke, Hypertension, Travel, Smoking, Weight Management, Child Immunisations

Clinics for vaccination against influenza and for pneumococcal infection are also available. The doctors provide antenatal care, family planning advice (including IUCD fitting), perform some minor operations, monitor INR levels for patients on warfarin and undertake child developmental checks. Please ask at reception for details of any of these services and for the availability of appointments.
The practice uses, but does not employ, district nurses, other community nurses and health visitors who work from the primacy care centre for the benefit of our patients.
     
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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