We run a range of clinics. For an appointment or further details, please call on our main switchboard number on 01342 843822.
Wednesdays 1.00pm to 5.30pm
This clinic is run by Sue the midwife. If you become pregnant, you will be given a ‘booking appointment’ which is 60 minutes. The midwife will ask you a number of questions and carry out some general health checks. You will be seen regularly throughout your pregnancy either at the practice or at the local hospital, or both.
We are fortunate to have the services of a wellbeing advisor working in the practice, she can help with any non clinical queries you may have, this is mainly a signposting patients to services that may support their health management
Safe Haven - Drop in café.
Contact DetailsWingfield Resource Centre
St Annes Drive
Telephone Number: This is a drop-in service, no phone number is available
Monday to Sunday 6-11pm
Safe Haven Manager: Stanley Masawi
Community Services Manager: Georgina Foulds.
An evening and weekend services for people experiencing mental ill-health and their carers.
Thursday or Friday
All childhood immunisations are performed in special clinics which are usually on a Thursday or Friday.
Joint injection are able to be given at the surgery by Dr Raina, please book appointment at reception to speak with a GP if needing to book in for this procedure.
Smallfield surgery has a Minor Surgery Clinic run by Dr Raina, where minor ops can be taken place etc. removal of moles, lesions, cysts - this is only offered for non cosmetic reasons. Please book an appointment to discuss this further.
Dr A.Raina is the surgeries lead Diabetes clinician, Diabetes is also Dr T.Conaty and Nurse Penny Scott speciality a clinic is run which offers advice and general health check-ups to patients diagnosed with diabetes.
Asthma sufferers can book in with Penny Scott whenever she is available, but you need to ask for an asthma check appointment to ensure that sufficient time is allocated.
Wednesday 10.30am - 12.00pm and Thursdays 8.30am - 10.00am
Val and Debbie run this service. They manage the anticoagulation of patients taking warfarin for a variety of medical conditions.
We offer an phlebotomy clinic, where patients can have there blood tests done taken, by our phlebotomist Cony Pepper, Paula Harvey, and Debbie Buckingham - (whom is currently training.)
Clinics run Mon-Fri every morning.
Our healthcare assistant, Debbie, can give advice and support to patients trying to give up smoking.
At the surgery we offer patients the contraceptive pill, depo injection, implant and coil. For the contraceptive pill, depo injection or just to discuss your options please book an appointment with our GPs Dr A.Raina, Dr S.Bangalore and Nurse Penny Scott.
Coil and Implant Clinics are held twice monthly on a Wednesday morning - run by Dr A.Raina, Dr S.Bangalore. ( Dr Raina is also a family planning trainer)
You can also go to Earnsdale Contraception Clinic. Please call 0843 261 5816 for an appointment.
Their address is:
2 Whitepost Hill
General Health Care
It is the policy of the practice to try to prevent ill health, and in addition to try to minimise the effects of ill health. It is for this purpose that you may find the Doctor checks things like your blood pressure when you attend for a sore throat. You may also be advised to attend a health check with the nurse when you attend for a minor matter.
There will be occasions when having attended the surgery the Doctor feels that your illness is self-limiting and does not require any treatment with a prescription medicine to make it better. This does not mean that the Doctor feels that you have wasted your time or his/her by attending.
Other local NHS services
As well as our practice, there are many other local NHS services you can contact for health advice, information or treatment. Before you do, remember that you can treat many minor ailments such as colds, coughs and indigestion by keeping a well-stocked medicine cabinet at home.
Do you suffer from mental health problems including:
- Generalised anxiety and stress related problems
- Panic attacks
- Depression, including pre and post natal depression
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
If so, there is a range of options available to you, and you don’t necessarily have to see your GP. East Surrey CCG has introduced self-referral for psychological therapy, meaning that you can book appointments direct with a therapist if you prefer not to talk to your GP. Alternatively, you can be referred by other healthcare professionals, such as nurses, midwives and therapists.
Self-referral for psychological therapy
If you think you need psychological support, you can contact a provider of psychological therapy services directly and ask for an appointment on the NHS. Direct access is open to all patients aged 18 and over who are registered with a GP practice in the East Surrey CCG area.
If you are experiencing a mental health issue, from mild to severe, there is a choice of four providers who can offer you support. You can either contact the providers directly (see below for contact details) or be referred by your GP or other health professional.
Please click link below for more information.
IAPT - Leaflet