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Welcome to Woodbridge Hill Surgery

At Woodbridge Hill Surgery in Guildford the doctors and nurses take pride in offering the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.  We run many clinics for chronic disease care and offer a wide variety of other medical services such as antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.

FLU VACCINATIONS

Our next flu clinic is on Saturday 19th October between 9am and 1pm. We will run a walk in clinic alongside booked appointments so you can come between 9am and 1pm and don't need to make an appointment. For more information about the vaccination programme and to check if you are eligible for a vaccination, please click here.

We are currently accepting new registrations from patients. Click here for more information.

New students at the University of Surrey, register here.

Flu season

Flu season will soon be upon us. We will be running a flu clinic on Saturday 19th October. The Saturday clinics will be bookable online/walk-in clinics. Further details soon.

Dr IQ app

Dr IQ app screenshot

Dr IQ is an online consultation platform for NHS patients, providing fast, safe and effective services allowing you to interact with the surgery without waiting in the queue.

Click here to download on the App Store and here on Google Play

Dr IQ allows patients to -

Request an appointment - interact with the surgery without the need to telephone

Have an online consultation - speak to your GP through audio or e-consultations

Set medication reminders - never miss an appointment, set up reminders and get notifications to help you plan your care

Order repeat medication - order repeat medication and choose your preferred pharmacy

Access self care support - online consultations help you to self-care or direct you to the appropriate mode of care

Click here for information how to register and here to learn more about the key features.

(Site updated 16/10/2019)
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