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GET YOUR FLU JAB NOW, Ring 020 8977 2638


On-line appointments and prescription requests available for all registered patients. Please speak to reception or email us mailto:hamptonwicksurgery@nhs.netand we will post you the on-line registration form.



Please do not park your car in front of the surgery building as this restricts access for emergency vehicles. 

Welcome to Hampton Wick Surgery


Hampton Wick Surgery was established almost 30 years ago. Dr O’Flynn, Dr Moore & Dr Patel are the present partners of the practice providing NHS health care services to the local community.

As a practice we pride ourselves on our continued efforts to improve our service and to provide the very highest standards of patient care.  

NEW PATIENTS WELCOME  - for registration details select the New Patient Tab, complete and print the form and bring to the surgery, or just pop in and complete the form here.  

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COMING SOON -  services that lets patients view their medications, allergies and adverse reactions online will be available by the end of December.This will be an extension to the existing online appointments and repeat prescription service. Online services are accessible via your PC, laptop, iPhone, Android or Blackberry.
AVAILABLE for registered patients Online Appointment Booking and Online Prescription Requests  please speak to reception or email and we will send you details required for registration.


Flu occurs every year, usually in the winter. It is a highly infectious disease with symptoms that develop quickly. The most common symptoms are fever, chills, headache, joint and muscle pains, and extreme tiredness.

If you have a long-term health condition, even one which is well managed, are pregnant, or aged 65 and over, catching flu could make you seriously ill and make complications like pneumonia more likely. The best way to help protect yourself against flu is to get vaccinated.

Flu is also an unpleasant illness for children as they experience the same symptoms as adults. Children aged two, three and four, and those aged two to 18 in at-risk groups are eligible for the nasal spray vaccination, with no need for an injection. Children aged six months to two years are offered the vaccination by injection.

What to do next - SATURDAY 11th and 25th October CLINICS 09:00 to 12:00

If you have a long-term health condition, are pregnant, have children aged two to four, or you are aged 65 or over ring the surgery 0208 8977 2638 to book an appointment.


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