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Did you know? ...DHC Talking Therapies accept patient self-referrals, as well as referrals from GPs and other Health Professionals

The surgery will be closed for a training workshop on Wednesday 12th December from 1- 4pm ...

If you have a pre-booked appointment please wait at the entrance and someone will let you in.

Extra GP appointments available weekday evenings 6-8pm and weekend mornings, ask Reception for more information.

Dapdune achieve the Green Impact for Health bronze standard award for 2017/18 ...

Dapdune house is working with the Green Impact project supported by the Royal College of General Practitioners to improve sustainability and the carbon footprint of the surgery and have been awarded the bronze standard award for 2017/18.

Our telephone lines are now open all day during normal surgery hours

Concerned about the effect alcohol is having on your life?

Parents can now request proxy access to book appointments online for children under 11 years old

Did you know? Our surgery is also open for pre-booked appointments on Mondays and Thursday evenings from 6.30pm until 8pm

Click here to update your mobile phone number online 

Click here to visit the Guildford and Waverley CCG website

Meningitis and Septicaemia Information for students in schools colleges

Meningitis B vaccine now available

Information about the MenB vaccine and paracetamol use

Do you want an appointment with a Doctor or a Nurse?

Did you know that our nurses can deal with:

    • Dressings and blood test
    • Injections (including holiday vaccinations
    • Many chronic diseases (Asthma, COPD, Coronary Heart Disease, Diabetes, Hypertension & Hypothyroidism
    • Cervical smears & HRT

For these problems/treatments, we would ask you to book an appointment with a nurse, not a GP.


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