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Welcome to Glenlyn Medical Centre

Caring for our patients through community teamwork

We are a large friendly general practice serving the population of Molesey, Thames Ditton and surrounding areas from two surgeries - Glenlyn Medical Centre in East Molesey and Giggs Hill Surgery at Emberbrook Community Centre for Health in Thames Ditton.

Our website aims to provide clear and concise information about our services and how to access them, from surgery times and contact details to letting us know what you think of us. 

Serving You

Our dedicated team are here to treat minor ailments as well as providing specialist management of long-term conditions and clinics covering a wide range of healthcare issues.

We offer extended hours for the convenience of working patients - early appointments are available at both surgeries and weekday evening / Saturday morning appointments are available to all patients at Glenlyn Medical Centre.

By opting in to our online services, patients can order a repeat prescription, book appointments and view their medical record online

Partners in Care

Once registered, patients and healthcare professionals work together to ensure the most appropriate care is provided.  

We are actively recruiting patients who are interested in working with us to improve communication with patients and services at the practice - ask reception to put you in touch or email the Patient Participation Group at friendsglenlyn@nhs.net if you would like to know more.

We value your opinion and welcome feedback - you can write to us, leave an online review at NHS Choices - Glenlyn Medical Centre or complete the 'NHS Friends & Family Test' via 'Have your say' tab above or in person via the survey boxes at our reception desks.

Accessibility

Both of our surgeries have step-free access and are wheelchair accessible, with dedicated disabled parking bays and lift access to the first floor.  The new NHS Accessible Information Standard explains how we can help patients with specific communication needs access our services. If you have a disability or communication need that is not immediately visible, please do let us know.

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(Site updated 20/09/2016)
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