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Please note from the 1st November 2018 telephone lines will be closed between 12:30  and 14:00 at Wateringbury Surgery.

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As of 19th January 2018 we are not accepting new patients

Wateringbury and Larkfield Surgery regret that we are currently unable to register new patients unless they are newborn or adopted children of parents registered at the practice or moved in with patients registered with the practice.

The patient list size has increased rapidly over the past year, therefore, forcing this decision, which is necessary to protect the safety and quality of service provided to the patients currently registered with the practice. 

We will review this every month and update our website accordingly.

You can visit www.nhs.uk or contact the Primary Care Support England on 01293 729 298 or email england.kmatadmin@nhs.net for helping in finding a GP.

 

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

New Patient Registration

Wateringbury Surgery is the main surgery and Larkfield is the branch surgery.

All Doctors, Nurses, Health Care Assistant and staff work at both surgeries.  You have the choice to be seen at either surgery.  However, if there is no appointment available at your preferred surgery you will be offered an appointment at the other surgery.  Larkfield is a smaller surgery and some services are not available e.g. minor surgery and you will be expected to attend Wateringbury Surgery.

All newly registered patients over the age of five on regular medication are asked to have a health check with the practice nurse within four weeks of joining the practice and an appointment will be offered on registering with the practice nurse.

As it often takes sometime for records to be forwarded from your former practice all newly registered patients will be asked to complete a health questionnaire and are offered a consultation with the doctor. 


Medical treatment is available from the date of registration.  Please contact reception for further information.

 
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