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Please wear a face covering if you can when on our premises. Anyone with respiratory symptoms must wear one in a Healthcare setting.

You should check for advice here - before submitting an online consultation.

Opt-out information for NHS Care Records - follow this link

Frimley Healthier Together Website - information for parents/carers on managing common childhood illnesses -

Please do not call the surgery to discuss COVID vaccination matters, as these queries can be answered at the vaccination clinic when you attend.

All over 75's are in the process of being sent an invitation to book in for their COVID vaccination booster. When you are booked for your COVID-19 vaccination at our Farnham Hospital site, this link will show you what to expect: and how to get there:

Facemask exemptions - information from GPs.Face mask exemptions information

The dispensary is open for collections between 9-1pm and 2-6pm. Thank you for your patience.

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Frimley Maternity Notification


GP Appointments - Same-day appointments are all triaged first by a GP who will telephone. Routine appointments are booked ahead *All telephone calls first. You can book ahead via reception only at present. Please make use of eConsult (on the Home Page) for a 2 working day response from the practice.

FLEET PCN (Primary Care Network) InformationFleet PCN Handout

27/11/18 Our practice is collaborating with NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) who is providing NHS numbers for those patients that maybe suitable for electronic repeat dispensing prescriptions. The information is obtained from NHS prescriptions submitted to the NHSBSA. A member of our clinical team will contact these patients soon to explain the benefits of this service.


8-8 working across Fleet locality

Three of the Fleet practices have joined forces to offer extended access to GPs and Nurses until 8pm every weekday evening, and Saturday mornings. You may be offered an appointment at a neighbouring practice, or here in Crondall, as part of the extended surgery openings. With your agreement, they will also be able to access your existing patient notes via the computer system. Currently this service is shared between ourselves, doing a late night on Tuesdays, and Branksomewood Road Surgery and Richmond Surgery on the other evenings and Saturday, so you will have to be able to travel to one of those locations to be seen if needed.

Orthopaedic Specialists in the Practice

A completely new service which started in November 2017. We are delighted to have a new member of staff, from Premier Physio Group and employed through the Fleet Network, specifically seeing patients with Orthopaedic issues. Please tell the receptionist if you have an orthopaedic (bone or muscular) problem, and they will book you in directly so your treatment can begin straight away. This is not a physiotherapist but they can refer you on to physio, outpatients, or for an x-ray or injection if needed.

Fleet Paramedic Service

The Fleet practices now share a home visiting service, with two paramedics able to attend house calls, with the idea being that they can get to you much quicker than one of our GPs can. Your doctor will assess a house call request and if deemed appropriate, they will ask the paramedic to attend. They work collaboratively with the team here and report back after each visit. Feedback so far is excellent.

How does the NHS in England work? Video from The Kings Fund

Neighbourcare - telephone number changed from 1st June 2017 to 07804-979658

Crondall Village Footpaths

As many of us are keen to work off the Christmas excesses we thought it was worth sharing the following link and attached pdf of footpaths around the village.

We hope you find them interesting and would love to hear other suggestions of activities available in and around the village to keep us all fit.

The latest newsletter from HART Health and Wellbeing team - Hart Health & Wellbeing Newsletter

The latest report from CQC on how our surgery performs, against national indictators has just been released and we are delighted to see that our hard work on your behalf translates into good outcomes and results for our patients.

See the attached document here. CQC Intelligent Monitoring report Crondall New Surgery

Drugs and driving - don't miss this important change in legislation

HTCS A5 leaflet - Web version_(HF000007944658).pdf


Thanks to funding from the Hampshire County Council Rural Development fund, Hampshire County Council are pleased to be able to offer, in addition to our current project, extrasupport to tackle fuel poverty in the rural areas of Hampshire.  As well as the standard level of support available through Hitting the Cold Spots, HCC recognise that those residents living in the rural areas of Hampshire can face added challenges.  'Hitting the Cold Spots' can help individuals and families throughout the Hampshire County Council area with practical support and detailed advice including visits from skilled Advisors.  This can lead to the provision of emergency heating, access to funding for repairs and replacement heating or hot water systems as well as small grants to help cope with winter emergencies. 'Hitting the Cold Spots' will also provide practical support with debt, financial advice and benefits as well as assistance with switching energy providers.  Home Safety visits offering carbon monoxide detectors and smoke detectors are also available. 

LATEST NEWS  -  Summary Care Records upload.

We have been issued with the date for our Summary Care Record upload. If you have not actively opted out of this programme, your summary record will be uploaded by the HSCIC to their central records system at the beginning of October 2014. To opt-out, you need to complete an opt-out form. See the link on the Right of this screen called Summary Care Record to obtain an electronic version of this, or there are paper copies in the waiting room. If you wish to opt back IN, having previously opted out, or you have an enquiry about what this means, then please send an email to with your details and we will action this by the end of the next working day.


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