For evening and weekend appointments, please call 020 3405 8631
For medication reviews or queries, please contact reception to make an appointment with our Clinical Pharmacist.
Here at Fairhill Medical Practice, we now have two First Contact Physio’s within our team. Contact reception to make an appointment with them.
Russ Feldhus-O’Connell has now joined us as our new Health and Wellbeing Coach. FAQ’s What is a Health and Wellbeing Coach? A Health and Wellbeing Coach is a trained professional … [continue] Health and Wellbeing Coach
Kingston Extended Primary Care Services All our patients now have access to a new service provided by Kingston GP Chambers (a consortium of all Kingston GP Practices) “Kingston Extended Primary … [continue] Kingston Extended Primary Care Services
Fairhill Medical Practice are pleased to welcome Julia Billington to our team as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner. Julia was recently awarded The Queen’s Nurse, and specialises in respiratory medicine and sexual health. She … [continue] Queen’s Nurse – Julia Billington
From 1 April 2015, practices are required under the medical (PMS) contract, to allocate a named, accountable GP to all patients, including children. All patients registered before 1 April 2015 … [continue] Named Accountable GP
Did you know that apart from the services of our own NHS physiotherapist, at our Kingston Hill Branch we also host a private registered Osteopath.: James Mackie. Further details at … [continue] Osteopath
Fairhill Medical Practice Patient Participation Group gives you the opportunity to discuss the services provided. If you are interested in joining the group, please click on the link to visit … [continue] Fairhill Patient Participation Group
Please review attachment for information : Extra Clinics this Winter For all patients registered at practices in Kingston, New Malden, Chessington and Surbiton for urgent consultations requiring same day treatment. … [continue] EXTRA WEEKEND GP CLINICS THIS WINTER
The purpose of the programme is to reduce the incidence and severity of shingles disease in adults aged 70 to 79. Offering the shingles vaccine routinely to individuals at the age … [continue] Shingles Vaccination Campaign – 70, 78 or 79 year olds
Please click below to read about the new changes from NHS England: Sharing your data
Downloadable University Registraion Form – March 2022