Telephone: 01483 728757
We are based in the Northeast part of Woking, and there is ample room for free parking in front of the surgery and the surgery is completely on the ground floor, thus easily accessible by wheelchair.
From M25, J11, take the A320 to Woking. At the six crossroads roundabout take the 2nd exit (signposted Old Woking) to Monument Road. After 1 mile, pass under a bridge and take the next left – Princess Road. Then take the 3rd left into Alpha Road to our car park.
From Woking train station exit from platform 5. From the station car park turn left onto Oriental Road. At the end of Oriental Road turn left onto Monument Road, then the 1st right into Princess Road. Alpha Road is the 3rd left.
Parking At the Surgery:
The Practice is pleased to be able to offer our patients free on site parking, which boasts an ample amount of space for both, surgery staff as well as patients. This also included disabled parking access.
Disabled Access & Premises:
- Provisions which accommodate for wheel chair access include:
- Wheelchair height reception counter
- The entire surgery is located on the ground floor, allowing for ease of disabled access
- Automatically opening main entrance
- Disabled toilet on site, equipped with grab rails & a pull cord alarm system
- We operate a no smoking policy whist on site
- Baby changing facilities are available and can be located in the disabled toilet
If you urgently need medical advice or treatment (but it is not an emergency) you should contact the 111 service by dialling 111. The service is there to deal with urgent problems which cannot wait until the Surgery is open again.
If you need emergency medical treatment, you must call 999. An emergency is when someone needs medical help to save their life.
You should call 111 if you think you need to go to A&E or another NHS urgent care service, if you don’t know who to call for medical help, or if you need information about a health issue.”
Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.