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Electronic Prescription Service now Available.

We are now able to send repeat and acute prescriptions electronically directly to your nominated pharmacy. This means that you know longer need to come to the surgery to pick up your repeat prescription, you can go directly to the pharmacy and pick it up from there. Please inform reception of your nominated pharmacy. 

Unfortunately we cannot accept requests for repeat prescriptions over the telephone as this could cause errors.


Named G.P

On registering with Upper Halliford Medical Centre all patients are assigned a General Practitioner who is Dr. Kamil. Any queries please ask at the Reception desk.

CQC report findings

The CQC found the practice to be in need of improvement.


Community Midwives

There is a team of midwives attached to the practice based at Ashford/St Peter's Hospital. They are involved with the management of pregnant women before and after childbirth. They work side by side with the doctors and hospital consultants.

Community Nurses

District nursing sisters are attached to the practice and based at Shepperton Health Centre. Their service is available for disabled patients and for those confined to their homes. Part of their duties is to continue hospital treatment at home. They also care for wounds, dressings and take blood tests. They liaise with the doctors and together provide a comprehensive community management package.

The nurses also see patients by appointment for:

  • Removal of stitches
  • Minor injuries which require dressing
  • Other referrals from the doctor

Health Visitors

The practice has a health visitor who liaises with the practice team. She gives advice on health care, particularly to expectant mothers, children and the elderly. The health visitor provides all the support needed by mother and baby as well as advising, if needed, on referral to other professions such as social services, home care. They are also responsible for any health education advice required.

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