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  • If you have concerns about the Coronavirus, please click on the link below with guidance for general public. Link: Coronavirus - What to do

  • Appointments are now available to book for winter flu vaccination for eligible patients.  

  • The practice autumn and spring newsletters are available to read by clicking Lyngford Park Surgery Spring Newsletter and Autumn Newsletter

  • The practice now offers an appointment reminder service via text, for more information click here.

  • For more information about online consultations and queries scroll down or click here

  • Appointment Cancellation - To cancel an appointment simply text us on 07922037720 leaving your name and date of your appointment or ring our Reception Team on 01823 333355.

  • To view the updated practice privacy notice click here

  • Please note that the Private Travel Clinic service ceased with effect from 1 June 2017

  • You can also book appointments and order repeat medication online - ask at Reception. We want to offer you more choice and more convenience.

  • The practice offers appointments 5 days a week and up until 8pm on Tuesdays (and some Wednesdays) - Remember, you can book an appointment up to 6 weeks in advance or, if you prefer, ring on the day.

  • Out of Hours - NHS 111 - This service is for when you need medical help fast but it is not a 999 emergency.


We offer a limited range of travel vaccines at Lyngford Park Surgery. We can provide some NHS vaccines if needed including Hepatitis A, tetanus, diphtheria and polio and also Typhoid vaccine. We do not offer private vaccines such as Rabies, Japanese Encephalitis or prescriptions for anti-malarial tablets. You will need to access these from a private travel clinic .

You can find information on what is recommended for your holiday at

Select the destinations tab and search for your destination then scroll down to the immunisations section. It is worth knowing that most travel related illnesses are NOT vaccine preventable, for example dengue fever or travellers’ diarrhoea. There is plenty of advice on the website to help with this such as insect bite avoidance and food and water hygiene.

If you wish to book an appointment for travel vaccinations please fill out a form by clicking below or from reception and book an appointment at least 6 weeks before you travel.

Travel Risk Assessment Form 

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