Cranleigh Medical Practice – Health Changes

Cranleigh Medical Practice is continuing to grow and evolve with the changes in the village and the wider NHS community. We would like to extend a warm welcome to those who have recently moved to Cranleigh, and would like to remind new residents to ensure they register all members of their household with a GP.

We now have some new ways to contact the practice. One of these is online consultation between patients and the practice, accessed via our website It can be used to ask for advice or treatment, especially if you are unsure whether you need an appointment or not, to update your GP about an on-going condition, or following a trial of medication, or to request administrative help such as sick note renewal, referrals or to request a letter from your GP. There is also advice on how to manage your condition yourself, over the counter treatments and out of hours contacts.

Don’t forget to book your flu vaccine this year! You need to have a flu vaccine each year to reduce your risk of getting flu. You should have the flu vaccine if you are 65 year of age or over, are pregnant, have a long term medical condition (e.g. asthma or diabetes) or if you are the main carer for an elderly or disabled person. Book online via online services, or contact the practice.

If you are not yet signed up for online services, please bring photo ID to Reception to activate your account. You can book appointments, request medication and view your medical record, on your computer, tablet or via an app on your phone.

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