Welcome to SUNNY MEED Surgery
Our healthcare team is here to care for you and your whole family, providing advice on health promotion and disease prevention as well as specialist management of long-term conditions, in a number of dedicated clinics.
Please feel free to contact us by e-mail:
All staff at Sunny Meed endeavour to provide you with the best care and experience possible and as a practice, recognise CQC priorities as being: safe, effective, caring, responsive and well led.
Please help us improve our service by completing the short Friends & Family Test. It is just 2 simple quick questions and can be found by clicking the adjacent picture. Thank you.
Partners in Care
Once registered, patients and healthcare professionals work together to ensure the most appropriate care is provided and we encourage an active patient participation group to enable us to continue to meet the changing needs of the population and specific groups that we serve.
Complete the Patient Group Sign-up Form Online
This partnership philosophy includes close working relationships with colleagues in the wider medical and social care network.
CCG We are members of the NORTH WEST SURREY CCG which is responsible for commissioning healthcare services for around 350,000 people in North West Surrey across the boroughs of Elmbridge (West), Runnymede, Spelthorne and Woking. Their website provides updates on health campaigns and services available locally.
CQC We are registered with the CARE QUALITY COMMISSION (the independent regulator of all health and social care in England) and our last inspection, February 2014, can be viewed (here). All standards inspected were met.
NHS Choices is a good resource, providing information about healthcare and self help.
To leave a review of the surgery on the NHS Choices website please click here.
.... campaign is supported by the team at Sunny Meed and we would encourage you to 'follow the link' by clicking the picture.
Patient Access on-line: By using Patient Access you can make or cancel appointments, order repeat medications and (if over the age of 16 years) view medical records and test results BUT you will still need to present to reception with photo ID to enable you to access the full range of on-line services. On-line access for children can be applied for by parents or guardians but patients, on reaching the age of 16, are required to re-register for their own unique 'pin'.
(Site updated 03/02/2016)