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Welcome to Smallfield Surgery

doctorsSmallfield Surgery serves the whole of Smallfield, the surrounding villages and the Eastern part of Horley. Our team includes seven GPs, a practice nurse, two health care assistants, and a number of other administrative and reception staff. We also have the full complement of attached staff including district nurses, health visitors and midwives.

This website is for both existing patients and those considering registering with us. It tells you about our services, how to access them and some general information about how our practice operates.

We offer a full general practice service and run specialist clinics for children and pregnant women, diabetes, asthma and heart disease sufferers and for patients needing minor surgery.

Smallfield Surgery is an accredited GP training practice and we usually have at least one doctor at some stage of their postgraduate training with us.  Please see the Training Practice page for more details.

At Smallfield Surgery we aim to treat all our patients promptly and courteously and we welcome any comments about how we could improve our service.

(Site updated 14/04/2014)
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Noticeboard

Refurbishments

Starting from 1st April 2014 the front of the surgery will be closed for refurbishments. All patients will have to use the back entrance until further notice. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Care.data Scheme

Please click here for our opt out form which needs to be completed by 31/3/14.

Supporting people with memory problems 

Every week we are going to have a community meeting in the centenary hall. If you care for someone who has memory problems we would be pleased to see you. Please let reception know if you are interested. We also need helpers. 

 
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