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The pandemic has dramatically changed how we live and work and the NHS has worked relentlessly to adapt so we can care for our patients and communities. 

NHS staff have been grateful to receive overwhelming support from the public since the start of the pandemic last year.

During what is the biggest healthcare crisis in a generation, we’ve worked to make sure we can deliver services in new and different ways, to maintain care and we’ve had to do this at speed, while we know also that some people’s care and access to treatment has unavoidably been disrupted despite the best efforts of the health service.

Unfortunately, members of staff, including colleagues working in primary care, are being subjected to abuse.

Everyone has the right to be safe at work, and we want to reiterate in the strongest possible terms that violence and aggression towards NHS staff is totally unacceptable.

We remain grateful to the majority of public who are respectful to our primary care and wider NHS colleagues and appreciate the work they do.



This service operates between 0630 to 1830 Mon to Fri

Please note that you cannot contact our doctors online over the weekend.

Between 18:30 on Friday evening and 06:30 on Monday morning (or Tuesday if it is a Bank Holiday weekend) you will not be able to complete and submit an e-consult form.  This is to reduce the risk of urgent requests not being seen over the weekend.

If you need urgent medical advice over the weekend, please call 111.  In the event of a medical emergency please call 999.


Frimley Healthier Together – Empowering parents, carers and young people with knowledge and easily accessible help at their fingertips. When it’s 3am and you are up with a sick child unsure if you can stay at home or need to see someone and where; the website lays it out in a clear traffic light so you feel confident with the decision you make and what you can do at home.

You can find help with day to day queries such as pregnancy, feeding, sleep and development together with current topics from COVID to mental health and emotional well-being. Brings together not only national resources but what is available locally in Surrey, Hampshire, Berkshire and Bucks. There is also a SMS option to share with other parents and young people and can be accessed on any device; phone, tablet or computer.

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During the current pandemic, if you do not have a patient access account for ordering prescriptions, please send a request to the email below, with your name, date of birth and which items you require.



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If you have a concern regarding your GP practice or the advice you have received you can contact the NHS England Customer Contact Centre on: 

Telephone: 0300 311 22 33 

"To provide excellent health care services responsive to the needs of the practice population."

With patient’s needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register , you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.


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