Welcome to Oxshott Medical practice
The Oxshott Medical practice provides Primary Medical care to patients within the practice area (map available at reception). The Partners are Dr Richard Draper and Dr Mark Jenkins who both work full-time in the practice. We have 3 part-time salaried GPs - Dr Jan Austen who is here for 4 sessions per week, Dr Nicola Johnson on 7 sessions per week and Dr Sam Raviraj on 4 sessions per week.
Dr Johnson, however, is currently on maternity leave having been "blessed" with twin boys in May 2016. In her absence Dr Raviraj has increased her session to 7 and Dr Alice Palfreman has joined us on 4 sessions.
We also have a new Registrar, Dr Stacey Dawson, who we are pleased to welcome to the Practice. Dr Dawson will be with us until the beginning of December 2016 and will then return in August 2017, staying until August 2018.
The surgery premises are located behind the Oxshott Village Centre and there is ample parking close to the surgery with easy access for disabled patients. The toilet facilities have also been designed for use by disabled patients.
The practice provides maternity medical care, contraceptive services, child health surveillance, minor surgery and a number of other clinics, which are outlined in this website.
We use our surgery website as a way of presenting all our patients with an up to date resource for all information relating to our practice. We will keep it current with any news, developments & details that are relevant to the practice & our patients.
Evening and Weekend GP Appointments
GP Health Partners Ltd. is a federation of 20 practices across the Cobham, Oxshott, Leatherhead, Ashtead and Epsom area. We are a founder shareholder and we all work together to deliver healthcare services for all our patients which would be beyond the scope of individual practices.
From 6 November 2015, GP Health Partners have been able to offer additional flexible GP appointments for you and your family at two convenient locations; at the Ebbisham Centre in Epsom, and at Leatherhead Community Hospital.
CONNECTED - You will be seen by an experienced GP, from a local practice. The doctor will have access to your GP record and will update your GP here with the outcome of your consultation.
CONVENIENT - You can pre-book evening and weekend GP appointments via our practice receptionist. Weekday evening appointments run from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm and on Saturday 9:00am to 2:00pm and Sunday mornings 9:00am to 1:00pm.
ADDING NOT REPLACING - GP Health Partners work this us, and believe that your long term relationship with us is important. If a referral needs to be considered they will let us know.
Complex and long term problems are unlikely to be resolved in a 10 minute consultation with a new doctor, and are best followed up with your usual GP here at the Practice.
(Site updated 14/10/2016)