NHS Surrey Heath CCG
NHS Surrey Heath Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is made up of the eight GP practices (10 surgeries) in Surrey Heath and Ash Vale and spends around £110m on community and hospital care.
The CCG's vision is to improve the health of local people by commissioning (buying) hospital and community health care to meet the needs of the population.
As one of the smallest CCGs in the country, serving a local population of 90,000, Surrey Heath CCG is well-placed to work closely with the community to improve health and wellbeing.
The practices are based in Camberley, Bagshot, Lightwater, Frimley and Ash Vale. The CCG Governing Body includes a GP from every surgery.
To find out more about the role of CCGs and to see what we did in 2014/15 click here.
Longer GP opening
Practices offering appointments till 8pm, Mon-Fri
- Ash Vale Health Centre
- Frimley Green Medical Centre
- Park House Surgery, Bagshot
- Lightwater Surgery
- Upper Gordon Road Surgery
- Park Road Surgery
- Old Dean Surgery
- Heatherside Surgery
- Camberley Health Centre
- Station Road, Frimley
Contact your GP Practice for local arrangements.
“I just wanted to say thank you to the Surrey Heath CCG team. I am benefiting from longer opening hours at my GP surgery, as someone who works in the City it's invaluable to be able to make appointments and pick up repeat prescriptions outside of working hours.”
Feedback from local patient, June 2015
The Met Office will issue heatwave alerts during the summer.
- Stay out of the sun from 11am to 3pm
- Stay in the shade, apply sunscreen and wear a hat
- Drink plenty of cold drinks
- Keep your living space cool
- Close curtains at windows in direct sunshine
- Store medicines below 25°C or in the fridge (read the instructions).
- Get medical advice if you are suffering from a chronic medical condition or taking multiple medications.
- Get help if you or others feel dizzy, weak, anxious or have intense thirst and headache;
- You will need medical attention if heat cramps last more than one hour.
- Consult your doctor if you feel unusual symptoms or if symptoms persist