Welcome to The Mill Medical Practice
We will be closed on Thursday 24th July 2014 from 12.30pm until 4.00pm. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Please note: Unfortunately, we have NO yellow fever vaccines at the moment. It may be some time before we receive more stock.
The sun has got his hat on,
Want to know more about sun
Why not join us at our sun protection
Date: Wednesday 9th July
Time: 6.30pm – 8pm (welcome drinks at 6pm)
Location: Education Centre,
Royal Surrey County Hospital
Everyone is welcome
If you wish to opt-out of our text messaging service, please click on the link below and print off the opt-out form. Then return the form to us at The Surgery.
The Friends of the Mill Medical Practice (Patients Participation Group) in Godalming are looking to appoint a team of volunteers under the new NHS requirements. We help to raise funds for much needed equipment by the Practice and represent patients interests. If you are registered with the Practice and are interested in finding out more about this opportunity please contact Peter Stevenson, Chairman of the Friends of the Mill Trust on 01483 428870.
We would also like to hear from anyone who would be willing to consider taking on the voluntary role of Treasurer following the retirement of the current post-holder. This may well suit someone who has recently retired. Whilst this is a key position it would only need a few hours per month of your time. For more details please contact Peter Stevenson as above.
We are a small friendly team supporting your local medical practice who would love to hear from you. Come and help us return something to the community in which we live.
NHS Health Checks
The Practice is now able to offer FREE NHS HEALTH CHECKS. These checks are for patients of the Practice aged 40-74 years (inclusive) and with no history of:
Chronic Kidney Disease
Peripheral Artery Disease
Patients taking statin medication.
The check will include a blood pressure test, screening for Diabetes and a fingerprick test for Cholesterol.
To book your Health Check with one of our Practice Nurses, please phone the Surgery on 01483 239903.
Patient Participation DES Report
Please see 'Patient Participation Group' folder on the right hand side of this page to read report and survey results.
Having problems getting through to the Surgery at 8.00am?
After research into our telephone system, it has shown that on average 40+ people are ringing the Surgery just before 8.00am in the hope to beat the early morning rush. This is causing a back log in the system which is delaying patients getting through when the lines actually open.
Please note that the telephone lines do not switch over until 8.00am, this is when we advise you to start dialling. Thank you for your co-operation.
Click on this link to see how to make appointments or order prescriptions online:
You will shortly be receiving a 'Care Data' leaflet through your door from the Government. For more information regarding this, please see ' PCD - Personal Confidential Data' section to the right of the screen.
Parking at The Mill
Like most surgeries we are unable to provide sufficient car parking for all our patients. Primarily the car park is and always has been for the use of those patients who really are unable to walk either because they are disabled, infirm or generally unwell.
We do ask our patients who are physically able to do so to take the healthy option and park off site. There is generous, inexpensive parking at the nearby car park on Meadrow (5 minute walk) or along Catteshall Road. Please be considerate to the residents of the small residential roads that are close to the surgery.
If you do make use of the Car Park please only park in marked bays. In particular please do not park, even for brief periods, alongside the red and white barriers on the left as you enter the car park. The neighbouring land owner has right of access over this boundary .
In the event of an Emergency situation, for example if the Practice experience a loss of power and/or telephones, The Practice will send regular updates to Eagle Radio Station - 96.4FM.
The Practice would only close in extreme circumstances, where it is deemed unsafe for our patients and staff to remain on the premesis. The Practice will send regular updates to Eagle Radio Station - 96.4FM and will leave a clear message on the front door.
The NHS operate a zero tolerance policy with regard to violence and abuse and the practice has the right to remove violent patients from the list with immediate effect in order to safeguard practice staff, patients and other persons. Violence in this context includes actual or threatened physical violence or verbal abuse which leads to fear for a person’s safety. In this situation we will notify the patient in writing of their removal from the list and record in the patient’s medical records the fact of the removal and the circumstances leading to it.
(Site updated 22/07/2014)