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We are situated in the beautiful village of Crondall, on the edge of the South Downs National Park.

We look after patients in Crondall, Ewshot, Church Crookham and the surrounding villages.

The surgery is a Dispensing Practice which means that prescriptions can be collected at the surgery to eligible patients (living more than 1.6km from any pharmacy).

General Admin Email: Please click here 
Repeat Prescriptions: Please click here

General Updates and COVID Vaccination information is posted on our Facebook page

Global Shortage of Blood Bottles

The NHS is currently responding to a global shortage of blood bottles used to collect blood samples. We have been asked to implement measures as part of a national coordinated response. If you are invited to an annual review this may take place without us taking bloods.

The latest information we have from NHS England is that the shortage is expected to last for "some time". We are expecting this to mean at least a few months. We will keep you updated.

Please be assured urgent bloods and high risk drug monitoring will continue.

We understand the impacts of this shortage may cause some anxiety and frustration. This is a global problem, outside of our control, which will affect the whole of the NHS.

Call 111 for routine and urgent medical advice 111 is available 24/7 and you can use them when we are open and closed and to access the 'Out of Hours GP service' based at Frimley

Seek pharmacy advice for cuts and grazes and minor illness.

For online triage, click the image below. This is only available Monday 9am to Friday 6pm. When we are closed, you should call 111 for advice.

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The dispensary is open for collections between 9-1pm and 2-6pm. We can allow one person at the counter at a time, to maintain social distancing.
Please wear a suitable face covering if coming to surgery. Protect yourself, protect us.

What to do if you have coronavirus symptoms - Continue to stay at home if you have either:

  • New continuous cough OR fever OR loss of/ change in smell or taste.

  • This means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)

  • Everyone, including health and social care workers, should self-isolate if they develop a new continuous cough or fever or loss of/ change in smell or taste and apply for a test kit online or at a testing station. The household should self-isolate as per current guidelines.

  • To protect others, do not go to places like a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.
  • For patients concerned that they may have coronavirus or may have come into contact with someone who has, the NHS 111 online service has created coronavirus pages that tell patients what they should do based on their particular circumstances.  These can be accessed at:

Our History

The partnership is currently Dr Oliver Sweeney, and Dr Elizabeth Walker.

The practice was originally situated in a room at the rear of Dr Patrick Crawshaw's home in Dippenhall Street. In 1987 Dr Adrian Williams took over the practice from Dr Ann Drew, and we moved into our purpose-built premises in January 2004. Dr Williams retired in 2014, Dr Sarah Stedman in 2017 and Dr Bird in 2019. Dr Mark Tyrrell emigrated in August 2021.

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(Site updated 05/10/2021)
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