Welcome to the website for
The Oaks Surgery
We are an NHS general practice providing services to the community of Swanley and surrounding villages. We hope you will find the surgery welcoming and helpful, and welcome any suggestions for improving the service or this website. Please use the Contact us form
Register for Vision online services!
We are pleased to announce that our long-awaited refurbishment work on Room 9 will be starting on Friday 18th July and last for about 2 weeks. The work will mainly be done at weekends to minimise the disruption to our patients and staff. This will give us a larger consulting room and allow us to complete the redecoration of the waiting room and corridor.
Vision online booking of appointments and repeat prescribing
Online booking of appointments and repeat prescribing through Vision online is now live. This is safer and easier than the previous system through this website. If you havent already registered we would encourage you to do so - please download the registration form from this website or collect from reception. Repeat prescription ordering is now through Visiononline. You can continue to use the Prescription request form but will need to provide additional information for each drug requested.
Patient Voice newsletter
The June 2014 newsletter is now available for download
The 2014-15 action plan has beed agreed with Patient Voice and is now available for download
Care.data (HSCIC data sharing)
We are required by law to upload patient information on referrals and prescribing to the new Health and Social Care Information Centre where the information is used for health services planning and research. Please see the information sheet and FAQ's for further information. You can also call the dedicated patient information line on 0300 456 3531 the line is open Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm and on Saturdays from 9am to 3pm. If you wish to exclude your records from this process please complete the optout form and return it to the surgery, and we will enter the required exclusion code on your record.
Click here to find out more about the new vaccinations introduced last year.
Funding has recently been withdrawn for GP minor surgery cosmetic procedures such as removal of moles where there is no suspicion of cancer. Regrettably this will greatly curtail the service we have been providing. We can still remove lesions where there is repeated infection or bleeding and we would still encourage you to see us if there has been any change in an existing mole
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