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Coronavirus Statement for Patients

CORONAVIRUS

DO NOT ATTEND THE SURGERY. ONLY TELEPHONE TRIAGE AND NO ROUTINE FACE TO FACE APPOINTMENTS. 

All face to face online bookings have been removed in order to mitigate any risk of infection. You will need to call the practice first and tell the receptionist your reason for an appointment. If you are experiencing flu symptoms, it is important you tell them that too. 

GP practices are unable and don’t test for Coronavirus.

We cannot provide sick certificates for self-isolation for 12 weeks if you are at risk or produce letters for workplaces for 12 weeks isolation.  You will need to use the link below.

Here is a letter to give your employer that a GP is not required to sign - Self Isolation Sick Certificate Letter for Employer

If you have a medical condition which makes you extremely vulnerable to coronavirus (COVID-19), follow the attached link to register with the government to inform them whether or not you need support - https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus-extremely-vulnerable

For further information on the latest updates please follow this link https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/  

If you need to self-isolate due to having symptoms or due to someone in your household having symptoms you can get a isolation note from NHS111 for your employer – please see link below. 

https://111.nhs.uk/isolation-note

Telephones

We apologise in advance if you have a long wait to get through on the telephone. We advise people to call later in the day where they can or book a telephone appointment online. If you are experiencing severe breathlessness or/and heart pain, please call 999. 

Video Consulting

Your GP may give you a video consulting appointment. Please watch this short video on You Tube https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=xxW4ssN3y90


Welcome To Dorking Medical Practice

Dorking Medical Practice comprises a purpose-built surgery in Dorking town centre (New House Surgery), a dispensing surgery at the top of Box Hill (Hillside Surgery) and a dispensing surgery in the village of Westcott (Riverbank Surgery).

The practice was first established in the 1930’s and was based in The Old House, South Street. Dr Pip Young joined Dr Bale in 1981, swiftly followed by Dr Giles Guthrie in 1982 when Dr Ian Clarke retired. Dr Guthrie’s practice at Hillside Cottage, Boxhill (which he took over from his father) joined with The Old House and so New House Surgery was founded in 1984. When Dr Young retired in 2011, the practice became known as Dorking Medical Practice. In October 2018 Dorking Medical Practice merged with Dr Thomas Guilder's practice in Westcott. 


 





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DHC Talking Therapies

Talking Therapies

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