Welcome to SUNNY MEED Surgery
Our healthcare team is made up of not only doctors but also practice nurses, a clinical pharmacist and a health care assistant. We are here to provide the best care we can for you and your family offering a wide range of clinics and services.
Please remember that not all medical queries require GP input or face to face consultations - care navigation to appropriate members of our team, to other local health providers and to online medical resources is available on request. Phone consultations are offered throughout the week.
Please feel free to contact us by e-mail
GENERAL ENQUIRIES (non-clinical)
PRESCRIPTION requests and enquiries
Next Of Kin
Upon updating to our newest clinical system (EMIS Web) in 2014, our patients' Next Of Kin contact details were unfortunately deleted; thus many emergency contact details need to be reinstated.
Please help us to get our records up to date by filling in a Next Of Kin form which can be obtained from reception at Sunny Meed or Goldsworth Park. At the same time you can also authorise us to discuss your medical record with a specified person in case you are unable to contact us yourself.
Did Not Attend Policy Update
Due to an increasing number of appointments being wasted by last minute cancellations, we have had to adapt our DNA policy. If an appointment is not cancelled at least 1 hour before the time it is due, it will still count as a DNA.
Appointments cancelled at least 1 hour before due time can generally be re-used and as such make best use of the clinicians’ time.
Should you receive 3 or more DNAs on your record within a 12 month period you will be considered for removal from the practice.
hear more about what to do by clicking link above or on 'baby it's cold outside'
If you require any ASSISTANCE WITH COMMUNICATION please inform the surgery
All staff endeavour to provide you with the best care and experience possible and recognise
CQC priorities as being:
safe, effective, caring, responsive and well led
The surgery's latest quarterly newsletter is now available to view and our next will be published in February 2017.
If you would like a copy to be sent to you electronically please provide us with your e-mail address. Copies of previous newsletters can be found under 'latest news'.
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 Participation Group Sign-up Form Online
This partnership philosophy includes close working relationships with colleagues in the wider medical and social care network.
We are members of the North West Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group, 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.
Our latest 'Intelligent Monitoring Report' published in March 2016 can be viewed by clicking here
A very BIG THANK YOU to all patients involved in our latest CQC inspection on Thursday 24th November.....report to be published shortly.
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 to learn more click the image above...or read more about this inspiring story by clicking below.....
By using Patient Access online you can:
- make or cancel appointments
- order repeat medications
- view medical records and test results (if over the age of 16 years)
BUT please present to reception with photo ID to enable you to access the full range of online services.
Online 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' so that they can then access their full medical records.
(Site updated 19/01/2017)