Welcome to SUNNY MEED Surgery
We are an established general practice whose main site is situated 5 minutes walk away from Woking Station and have an ethos of 'putting patients first'.
We welcome all new registrations and the whole team is here to provide the best care we can for you and your family.
You can call (or book on-line) to talk to a GP on the same day or within 24 hours if you require clinical advice and then have a face to face appointment with a clinical member of the team booked at a time that is convenient for you. We also offer evening appointments in extended hours.
Please note that calls from the surgery will appear as an unrecognised number.
If you have any difficulties communicating on the phone please let us know and we will arrange a face to face appointment instead.
EMIS Access on-line also enables you to view your medical records, including immunisations, see results and order repeat medications which can be sent direct to any chemist.
To register for Emis Access please present photo ID to reception.
We hope that this 'direct dial to doctor' system provides a more convenient and effective way for all patients to get the medical advice they need.
Next Of Kin and EMERGENCY CONTACT
Please help us to update your records by completing a Next of Kin contact form
IF YOU WOULD BE HAPPY US DISCUSSING YOUR HEALTH WITH A NOMINATED PERSON PLEASE COMPLETE THIS DISCLAIMER FORM
Please e-mail back or return completed forms to reception
Have you ever served in our Armed Forces?
click the image below to learn more about the ARMED FORCES COVENANT......
please let us know if you have EVER served in the armed forces so that we can update your clinical records and help us implement the ARMED FORCES COVENANT for you....
Find more information under 'Armed Forces Personnel and Veterans - Information & Support'
PHYSICAL, PRACTICAL, EMOTIONAL and FINANCIAL advice
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If you require any ASSISTANCE WITH COMMUNICATION please inform the surgery
click the image to find out more about the Accessible Information Standard...
All staff endeavour to provide you with the very best care possible and recognise CQC priorities as being:
safe, effective, caring, responsive and well led
our most recent CQC report can be viewed by clicking on the image...
If you would like to leave an on-line review of our service please click the icons below:
If you would like to receive an e-mail of each quarterly Newsletter please provide us with your e-mail address.
Copies of previous newsletters can be found under 'latest news'
Partners in Care
Once registered, patients and healthcare professionals work together to ensure the most appropriate care is provided and we encourage an active patient participation group to enable us to continue to meet the changing needs of the population and specific groups that we serve.
Complete the Patient Participation Group Sign-up Form Online
This partnership philosophy includes close working relationships with colleagues in the wider medical and social care network.
We are members of the North West Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group, which is responsible for commissioning healthcare services for around 350,000 people in North West Surrey across the boroughs of Elmbridge (West), Runnymede, Spelthorne and Woking. Their website provides updates on health campaigns and services available locally.
NHS Choices is an excellent resource, providing information about healthcare and self help.
To leave a review of the surgery on the NHS Choices website please click here.
....supported by the team at Sunny Meed and to learn more click the image
Read more about this inspiring story by clicking Dr Kate Granger's Story
By using Patient Access online you can:
- make or cancel appointments
- order repeat medications
- view medical records and test results (if over the age of 16 years)
BUT please present to reception with photo ID to enable you to access the full range of online services.
Online access for children can be applied for by parents or guardians but patients, on reaching the age of 16, are required to re-register for their own unique 'pin' so that they can then access their full medical records.
(Site updated 16/04/2018)