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For URGENT MEDICAL ADVICE when the surgery is closed Telephone 111

Walk-in Centres

If you need to see a doctor and our surgery is closed you can use a NHS walk-in-centre. Our nearest walk-in-centres are:

Weybridge Hospital, 22 Church Street, Weybridge | Tel: 01932 826 013 

Weybridge walk in centre Presently closed due to fire

Walk in centre at Teddington Memorial Hospital Tel 0208 714 4004

Teddington Walk in

Surbiton Health Centre Tel 0203 841 9942

8.00 to 2.00 Saturday and Sunday

Walk in and appointments

Patient Participation Group

The Esher Green Patient Participation Group is now established and will hold regular meetings to discuss matters that are important to you, our patients.

The PPG is a group of patients registered with the surgery who have an interest in the services provided. The aim of the PPG is to represent patients' views and cross barriers, embracing diversity and to work in partnership with the surgery to  improve common understanding.

We are looking for more patients to join the group and the Chairman would be very happy to speak to you to provide you with more information. So, if you are interested and would like to know more, please speak to the receptionist who will pass your details onto the Practice manager or PPG Chairman will be in contact with you



Attached Services

Mental Health & Emotional Issues

The First Steps service is for anyone aged 18 years or above who is looking to take the first steps to improve mental well-being for themselves, their friends or family members. They are trained mental health advisors with backgrounds in a variety of professions & offer a range of self-help resources, educational sessions and signpost people to other relevant local services. The types of services they provide include;

  • self-help booklets and recommended reading
  • workshops to help you understand common emotional issues and learn how to maintain and improve emotional well-being
  • support for communities and local services in promoting mental well-being
  • a training programme for health, social care and voluntary services workers

Contact details and an online leaflet are below

t: 0808 801 0325 (free from mobiles and landlines)



Community Nurses

The district nursing team are qualified nurses who are trained to assess the health care needs of patients who are unable to make it to the surgery and their families. They provide services such as post surgical care, wound and skin care, bowel and bladder care, diabetic care, and follow up care for people who are acutely or terminally ill.

To contact the district nurses call 0208 972 9412 between 08:30 and 16:30. If you call outside these hours please leave a message on their answer phone and someone will be in contact with you.


All blood tests are undertaken by our phlebotomists and healthcare assistants.  All blood tests must be done before 12:00 as they are sent to the lab at lunch time.


Your midwife and doctor will share your antenatal care and help care for you and your baby. The midwife holds a clinic at Emberbrook Community Health Centre in Thames Ditton on Wednesday Mornings. Find their address below;

Emberbrook Community Centre for Health, Raphael Drive, Thames Ditton, KT7 0EB.

Tel: 020 8398 0914

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