Covid-19 Out of Hours News

Merritt Gardens, Chessington, Surrey, KT9 2GY

Tel: 020 8397 6361

Contact Details


eConsult Now Available

We are now live with eConsult, this is a new appointment booking system, please follow the link eConsult, this service is avaliable between the hours of 0700-1300, subject to change. By providing information about your medical request it allows the doctors to prioritise the caseload and help book appointments, including face to face appointments, at suitable times. The system will also allow you to upload photographs if you feel this will help the doctor. We would like to encourage our patients to use this new service rather than queue on the phone lines.


Family Planning Clinic Available

Details can be found on our eConsult website.

IUDs, Implants and coils. Un-registered patients welcome.


We are requiring ALL patients to STILL wear facemasks in the surgery.

Hook Surgery is a GP Practice in Chessington (general medical practice) offering high quality compassionate health care in a friendly welcoming setting. Patient's care is 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 courtesy
  • Acting as your advocate and guide to health and social service
  • Offering easy access to appointment
  • Bringing Best Practice to your care

GP Services are here to support you this winter.

Call 0333 332 6570 weekends and Bank holidays 8am-8pm.


Kington's FREE healthy lifestyles services can hep you:
Stop smoking, get active, reach a healthy weight, cut back on alcohol, stregnthen bones and improve balance, manage Type 2 diabetes and more..... Please follow the link Kingston Connected.


How we safeguard your data - GDPR

From 25th May 2018, the Data Protection Act (1998) is being replaced by a new piece of legislation known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).  As part of this change, we have to display a privacy notice, which explains how we process the data that we hold on you.

You can see a copy of our privacy notice. This explains how we deal with your direct care, which is the most common way that we process your data. This notice is also displayed on the Noticeboard in the main reception area.