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Monday, Wednesday and Fridays 08:30 to 10:00. Book your appointment at reception

Patients are quite rightly getting more and more frustrated at not getting what they want, when they want it! Please be assured that we are your advocates and we act in your best interests. But we do have to prescribe cost-effectively, and refer for medical reasons when we can't manage your problem, not simply for your peace of mind. You will not find a GP practice these days which will oblige your every wish without discussion!

Photo ID you may be asked for a photo for our records. This reduces problems where patients are mistaken for each other when they consult another GP within the practice. 

Sickness Certficates The first 7 days of sickness do not require a certificate from your GP. If your employer insists on a sickness form, complete a Self Certification form, which can be found here


Chesser Practice

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

Opening Times

See the appointments page for full details of our opening times.


First May Bank Holiday

Please note: The surgery is closed on Monday 1st May for the bank holiday. If you require urgent medical assistance on this day, please contact NHS111 by dialling 111 on your telephone.

If you have an emergency medical problem, please go to A+E


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


Important Information

Patient Online Access

*From 01.02.17, appointments between 18:30 and 19:30 Monday to Thursday will be available for ONLINE BOOKING ONLY. Also, prescription requests may take up to 72 hours to process, if you have an online account it will processed within 48 hours*

Did you know you can book, change and cancel your appointments, request repeat prescriptions online, view test results and other parts of your medical records? 
For more information, speak to reception or call us on the number listed above.

If you would like to register for patient access, please complete this form
Once complete, return to reception, who will process your application.
You will need to collect a pass codes from reception once its ready and will need photographic ID.

Once you have your pass codes letter click here to log on to your account: there is even an App  for iPhone or android mobiles!


Injured or unwell? Don’t just go to A&E

Symptoms? Local Services? HEALTH HELP NOW!!!!

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


Sutton Integrated Digital Care Record (IDCR)

Sutton CCG and the London Borough of Sutton are working together to link your health and social care information to provide you with the best possible care.
Viewing your care information in one place means your health and social care professionals can work more efficiently to provide you with the right care. Click the following link for more information 

London Borough of Sutton IDCR

Summary Care Record

computerisation of medical records access to your records by the hospitals

Your Anonymous data 

FAQs opt out   

Your data in danger?


Choosing Wisely - Unnecessary Treatments

See your Pharmacist for Minor Ailments

A recent government initiative has provided funding for pharmacists to help you with common conditions, on a walk-in basis, and prescribe you appropriate remedies for the following conditions:

  • Diarrhoea/Tummy Upset
  • Indigestion/Heartburn
  • Constipation
  • Haemorrhoids
  • Earache
  • Temperature
  • Sore Throat
  • Headache
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Mouth Ulcers
  • Nappy Rash
  • Hay fever
  • Threadworm

If you are entitled to free prescriptions, then you will not need to pay at the Pharmacy if they give you a prescription.  See the 'prescriptions' tab to the Right for participating pharmacies. Click here for more information.


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! 

The Wilson Walk-in Health Centre. This has been running for a while now and as NHS patients you are entitled to use it as a Walk-in centre for your convenience. Some patients have told us that they have been strongly encouraged to register there so that they can get treatment. This is simply not true: you are entitled to use it as a drop-in centre.  It is run by a Private Company  who employ the doctors there, in a different way than the Health Authority governs local longstanding GPs. This is not so obvious from the website and it is only fair to point it out. They are marketing gym membership to join: all local GPs can refer those in need to the local sports centres for significantly reduced membership. We would certainly recommend it as a convenient 8am-8pm 7day Walk-in Centre, which is what it is.

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.



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