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Warlingham Green Medical Practice
1 Church Road, Warlingham, CR6 9NW Tel: 01883 625532  Fax: 01883 625677

Chaldon Road Surgery
Chaldon Road, Caterham, CR3 5PG Tel: 01883 345466    Fax: 01883 330942

Part of the SWC Medical Group (Selsdon,Warlingham & Caterham)


Our Clinics & Services


Maternity Care


Midwives are available for antenatal care at the surgery.  Please see the receptionist to book an appointment.


Contraceptive Services

All the Doctors are trained in family planning.  Advice on all aspects of contraception can be given by Doctors.  After consultation with a Doctor, coil and implant fittings and removal are performed by Dr Kornelia Sinclaire at Chaldon Road and Dr Peter Campbell at Warlingham Green.


Emergency Contraception

The ‘morning after pill’ is badly named as it is effective for up to 72 hours after you have been at risk. It is available from your doctor or, if you unable to come to the surgery, it can he purchased at the chemist (some chemists may offer this free to under 21s). It is also available from family planning clinics, Brockham Ward at East Surrey Hospital (01737 768511) or the Croydon Walk-in Centre (020 8666 0555).

Cervical Smears

These are performed by the our practice nurses by appointment. If you are a lady aged between 25 and 64, or are younger and using any form of contraception, we strongly advise you to have regular cervical smears – three yearly between ages 25-50 and five yearly between 51-64. Cervical smear tests are intended to detect early changes that could lead to cancer of the cervix. Approximately 2000 women in the UK still die from cancer of the cervix each year. Early treatment can prevent these deaths. Regular cervical smears help us diagnose early problems that are easily treated and thus save lives. Please make an appointment with the practice Nurse for a smear in the middle part of your menstrual cycle, ideally days 10-14.

Minor Operations

Some minor operations are undertaken at our Warlingham Green Practice after a consultation with a Doctor.

Asthma And Diabetic Clinics

These are held on a regular basis and are run by one of the nurses, who are specially trained in monitoring these conditions. They monitor progress and help patients with self management of their problem.


Ultrasound Scans

Can be performed at Warlingham Green Medical Practice after a consultation with a Doctor.

Smoking Cessation Clinic

Do you need help to stop smoking?  Quit 51 appointments are available on Thursdays at both practices.  Please contact the receptionist to book an appointment.


Wellbeing Clinic

We offer a Wellbeing Clinic on Tuesdays at Warlingham Green Medical Practice and Fridays at Chaldon Road. Our wellbeing advisor will meet with you to discuss your needs, which can include eating well, meeting new people, losing weight, getting active, and many other issues. They are able to provide advice and signpost you to local services that can help. Appointments can be made via the GP or by contacting our receptionist.


Childhood Vaccinations

Here is a list of recommended routine immunisations and health checks from Public Health England.

Vaccinations For Travellers Abroad

Please enquire at reception and make appointments with the nurse. Patients intending to travel should, whenever possible, book an appointment at least two months before the date of departure. To save time and to ensure the nurse has the vaccine in stock, you are required to complete a Travel Vaccination form for registered patients prior to your appointment. These forms are available at reception. There may be a charge for some vaccinations or certificates.


Fees For Claim Forms And Private Medicals etc.

Certain services provided by your doctor are not covered by the NHS and you may be asked to pay a fee. Examples are pre-employment medicals, private medicals, private sick certificates, insurance claims, fitness to drive medical, private medical insurance claims and holiday cancellation claims.Our fees are in line with the recommended BMA rates. If you have any query about fees, please ask at reception.

Sickness Certificates

The rules are quite clear. If you are off work owing to sickness for up to seven consecutive calendar days, you need a self certificate (SC2) available only from your employer. If you are self employed, you may collect SC1 forms from the surgery. If you are off work for less than seven calendar days you do not require a doctor’s certificate. Any absence for more than seven days, including weekends and bank holidays, requires an NHS certificate, available from your doctor free of charge. If your employers require a certificate for a period of less than the statutory seven days, the doctor is not obliged to issue any certificate but may issue a private certificate for which there is a fee. Please point this out to your employers as they may be liable to cover this cost.




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