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The Oaks Surgery

The Oaks Surgery
Nightingale Way

Routine and Emergency - 01322 668775

- 01322 668833

Fax - 01322 668010

E-mail - gp.g82225@nhs.net

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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


Latest News


Training half day

The Oaks will be closed on the afternoon of Thursday 9.7.15 for training. For medical emergencies please call 111


Dr. Pomeroy is leaving

Dr Pomeroy will be leaving The Oaks after 32 years of service to the population of Swanley. We would like to take this opportunity to thank him for his hard work, dedication and loyalty to our patients and the practice.


Dr Naana Smart will be taking over care of his patients from 3 August 2015.  As a patient of Dr Pomeroy your registration will be automatically transferred to Dr Smart, so you don’t need to worry about re-registering. Many of you already know Dr Smart who has worked at the surgery previously and we are sure that you will build a strong trusting relationship with Dr Smart. 


Vision online 

Online booking of appointments and repeat prescribing through Vision online is now live. To register please download the registration form  from this website or collect from reception. You will need to provide proof of address and ID.


Repeat prescription ordering is now through Visiononline. You can continue to use the Prescription request form on this website for non-repeat items but will need to provide additional information for each drug requested.

It is also possible to view a summary of your records if you choose to enable this on registration. Currently it is only possible to view allergy and prescription records, but it is planned to expand this to include a summary of your test results and medical history in future.


Patient Voice 

The latest edition of the Patient Voice newsletter and the Annual report for 2014 are now available. Click on the hyperlink to download, or copies are available the the surgery reception


CQC ratings

We have been inspected by the Care Quality Commission and rated Good in all areas. Click here for the ratings poster


Friends and family test results for July 2015 

08 completed cards
06 Extremely likely to recommend
02 Likely
0 Neither likely nor unlikely
0 Unlikely


Pharmacy requests for non-repeat prescriptions

There have been problems with local pharmacies requesting medication for patients that are not on their repeat prescription list without any information on why the medication is required. This is potentially unsafe. With effect from 1st December we will not accept requests from pharmacies for medications not on repeat prescription. Please contact the surgery direct for any such requests or complete the online Prescription request form


Patient participation DES report


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.



New vaccinations

Click here to find out more about the new vaccinations introduced last year.



Minor surgery

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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