As Waverley will be entering tier 4 restrictions from Boxing Day, we wanted to reassure our patients that the surgery will remain open. It is important to keep everyone safe so please consider whether a face-to-face appointment is necessary in order to help reduce footfall in the surgery. We are able to deal with many problems over the phone or via a video consultation and we can carry out reviews for many long term conditions remotely too. Our experienced Receptionists will
Please note that the surgery will be closed from Friday 25th December and will reopen on Tuesday 29th December. We will also be closed on Friday 1st January, reopening on Monday 4th January as normal. If you require medical assistance during these times please call 111, or 999 in an emergency. If you require repeat medication please make sure you order this with plenty of time to spare. Usually it takes 3 working days for prescriptions to be processed; any requests for repea
If you know of anyone who will be alone at Christmas and would like some friendly contact on Christmas Day, our local churches are offering support and would be very happy to pop round for a visit. The visits will be completely covid secure and the visitors won't enter the home so as not to put people at risk. Godalming Baptist church usually puts on a Christmas lunch especially for people who might be on their own. They are sad to not be able to do that this year, but it's g
There is currently a lot of information in the news regarding the vaccine for Covid-19 and we have been made aware that practices can start arranging vaccination appointments for patients who are aged 80 and above. At present, the vaccine will be administered at a central hub, and not at the surgery. There will be 4 hubs set up across Guildford & Waverley with the first being at St Christopher’s & St Bartholomew’s Church hall in Haslemere. All appointments for this clinic ha
During the pandemic it can be confusing knowing what to do if your child is unwell. Please refer to the following links which contain some advice that you might find really helpful. Remember, the NHS is still providing safe care and if your child is unwell you should seek medical advice.