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Measles

You may be aware that there is currently a measles outbreak in Surrey and Sussex. Measles is an illness that can lead to more serious complications such as pneumonia and encephalitis.

Our additional measles clinics have now finished, but you can book a measles vaccination appointment by contacting reception.

Click here for more information.

Chicken Pox

There is a lot of chicken pox in the area at the moment.  If your child has chicken pox you do not normally need to see a doctor - the disease will run its course.

Click here for help to check if it is chicken pox and for information on when a GP appointment is appropriate.

New Patient Registrationregister_now

Patients requesting to join the practice are asked to:

  • Complete a GMS1 registration form.
  • Complete a Camberley Health Centre registration form.
  • Bring proof of address and photographic identification, such as a passport or drivers licence.

New patients (over the age of five years) are asked to make an appointment with the practice nurse for a health check.  This will include measuring height, weight and blood pressure and a routine urine test will be screened.

You will be able to book an appointment once you have been registered, which is normally two days after we receive your completed registration forms and identification.


You may collect registration forms from reception, or print them using the links below:

GMS1 Registration Form

Camberley Health Centre Patient Registration Form

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

 

Practice Leaflet

Our latest practice leaflet, which contains useful information about the surgery and helpful contact phone numbers, is available using the links below:

Practice Leaflet
Practice Leaflet - A Young Person's Guide

 
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