Welcome to Hook Surgery
Hook Surgery is a general medical practice offering high quality compassionate health care in a friendly welcoming setting. Patient’s needs are at the heart of everything we do, our aim is to provide our patients with a personalised medical and nursing service and we work hard to ensure that patients receive the care we would wish for ourselves and families. To accomplish this we place great value in:
- Our staff, on whom our reputation depends
- Maintaining standards of confidentiality, record keeping and clinical knowledge
- Treating you with respect and courts
- Acting as your advocate and guide to health and social service
- Offering easy access to appointment
- Bringing Best Practice to your care
- Chronic disease clinics-asthma, diabetes, COPD
- Sexual health clinics
- Antenatal & Postnatal
- Minor Surgery
- Childhood vaccination
- Well-person check-ups
The Podiatrist, Psychologist, Midwives, Health visitors, Kingston Diabetic Service and Retinal Screening also operate from the building.
What Patients Say
“I find Hook surgery to be very compassionate and caring. I have been able to get appointments most of the time at a time that suits me and have been offered telephone appointments with Doctors and emergency ones with the nurse Practitioner if I can't, as a family of five this is something beneficial to my family and gives me peace of mind when the children suddenly become ill. The Doctors are very welcoming and easy to talk to. The nurse is fantastic! I'm so glad that my family and I are registered here.”
Access all Areas
Existing patients can enjoy access to our wide range of services at the touch of a button. Whether managing your appointment or ordering a repeat prescription you can now do both without leaving your home.
There is a car and cycle park behind the surgery accessed from Nigel Fisher Way. We are on bus routes 465, 467 and K4 (Merritt Medical Centre stop). The 71 also stops close by (Mansfield Road stop).
16th July 08:30am - 10:30am
If you are feeling unwell and the surgery is closed, please call 111. A&E is only for serious or life-threatening emergencies. For more information visit the Kingston CCG website; Not always A&E
(Site updated 22/07/2016)