THE CHESSER SURGERY WELCOMES NEW PATIENTS!
THE CHESSER SURGERY, WITAMY NOWYCH PACJENTÓW!
THE CHESSER SURGERY, NOI BUN VENIT PACIENTII NOI!
THE CHESSER SURGERY, ПРИВЕТСТВАМЕ НОВИ ПАЦИЕНТИ!
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We have been a practice for nearly a hundred years. The surgery was founded by the Chesser family. We have always had PERSONALISED LISTS, and our patients are aware of their registered/usual doctor. If you are unsure, please ask at reception.
We have around 7000 patients whom we feel we treat very well, especially in these recent recession years, which have also affected the NHS.
FLU VACCINES 2019/20
We will be holding the first of our flu vaccine clinics on Thursday 19th September. This will be a walk-in clinic starting 8.30am and will run all day.
These sessions are for patients over 65 years only.
All patients who are under 65 'AT RISK' can call the surgery now to book their flu vaccine appointment.
(Patient Activation Measure) - please click HERE
We are trialling a new product called DoctorLink that enables patients to manage their care needs remotely where appropriate.
Click on the link above for more information.
Are you travelling overseas this year? If the answer is yes then please visit the website below:
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes into force on 25th May 2018. See our Practices Privacy Notice relating to this.
More GP and Nurse appointments for Sutton Patients!
Sutton GP Services are providing extra appointments in the evenings and weekends for patients who live within the London Borough of Sutton.
To read more about this click here. You can book an appointment by calling the surgery on 02086442727. Speak to our reception staff for more information.
before making an appointment....
To make an appointment on a weekend, please call 07578 813838. This number is only operational Saturdays and Sundays between 8am-8pm. Further information is also available from our reception team during normal opening hours
We have recently been inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). We are very pleased to announce that we have received an overall rating of 'Good' for the care we provide to our patients!
To read the full report click here
Injured or unwell? Don’t just go to A&E
Your local Accident and Emergency (A&E) department is under severe pressure because of the numbers of patients attending the department, often with common health problems that can be better treated elsewhere. To help raise awareness, the “A&E won’t kiss it better”’ campaign is being rolled out across Sutton this winter.
The campaign will remind local people that A&E is not for common health problems, often associated with the colder weather, like coughs and colds but for serious and life-threatening emergencies like loss of consciousness
Dr Jonathan Cockbain, local GP and Urgent Care Clinical Lead for NHS Sutton CCG is reminding local people that A&E is for serious emergencies only. “Hospitals are very busy places all year round, but particularly in the winter months. Every day doctors and nurses who specialise in life-threatening illness spend their time dealing with people who have coughs, back ache, diarrhoea and other minor illnesses.
Click here for more information
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News and Quick Links
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) - Click the following links for information videos relating to COPD:
Smokers Cough Health Harm - COPD
Keep Warm Keep Well Meningitis ACWY Vaccine for teenagers
receptionists resuscitation Give Blood! A&E A&E Cuts!
This website is intended to give good quality information and point our patients in the correct direction, so they can help themselves and be more informed. It is a sad fact that the American public know much more about medicine and their drugs than the British. We hope to change that! We are averaging 10,000 monthly website visits, which is nearly twice as many patients as we have on our books!
Please explore the site. You will also find out things about how we run the practice that will help you, and leave you more prepared for when you come to see the doctor or other health professional. Feedback is important to us.
The views expressed here are solely those of Dr Ditri and are not meant to cause any offence to any individual, though they are not intended to be politically correct, but to be honest and direct. The pages are being written as we speak, so do pop back and take another look later. We will try to keep this as up to date as we can, especially the rolling notice board on the left.
(Site updated 13/08/2019)