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Surgery will be closed on Bank Holiday, Monday 26th August 2019. If you need urgent treatment on the day please phone NHS 111 free from a land line or mobile. If its an emergency please dial 999.

Surgery will re-open as normal Tuesday 27th August 8:00 AM.

The Cloud 

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Sign up today, fill out a form in reception

Knit ‘n Natter

Every Thursday here at the surgery from 10am-3pm 

Come along and join our friendly patient group, enjoy a nice cosy chat, hot cup of tea or coffee and a few biscuits. Learn a new skill and meet new people everyone is welcome.


Did you know?

We offer these services here at our surgery

IAPT - Wednesdays 9:00-17:00

Croydon IAPT is a free and confidential NHS service provided by the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. 

They offer a range of psychological therapies to adults 18 years and over, who are registered with a Croydon GP.

IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) is a national programme that was created in 2005 after it was recognised that a very large percentage of the population suffer with problems like depression and anxiety at some point in their lives. Each county and London borough have their own local IAPT service that provides evidence based treatment for common problems like these.

Live Well - 10:00-12:00 Wednesday's & Friday 14:00-16:00 PM


Just Live Well is a 12 month, face-to-face service delivered by qualified advisors, which works with Croydon residents who might find it difficult to make changes in their life without additional support.

It is designed to provide support that can help you: 

•             quit smoking

•             lose weight

•             eat more healthily

•             become more physically active

•             cut down on alcohol

•             improve mental wellbeing


The programme uses recognised coaching techniques such as motivational interviewing and goal-setting to help you make meaningful changes to your life

Take the Health MOT today to see if you are eligible to join Just Live Well!

Social Prescribing -Every other Thursday- 11am-15:00

Social prescribing, sometimes referred to as community referral, is a means of enabling GPs, nurses and other primary care professionals to refer people to a range of local, non-clinical services.

Social prescribing schemes can involve a variety of activities which are typically provided by voluntary and community sector organisations. Examples include:

  • Volunteering
  • Arts activities
  • Group learning
  • Gardening
  • Befriending
  • Cookery
  • Healthy eating advice
  • A range of sports

Welfare benefits Advisor- Wednesday's 14:00-16:00 PM

Assist hundreds of Croydon residents to claim extra benefits which can help towards regular costs such as fuel bills, healthier food, care, mobility and council tax. We can also give advice on 'one-off' payments to help with things like removal costs.

Midwife- Thursday's 9:00-12:00

PPG Group

We invite all patients to join our Patient Participation Group.

Our Patient Participation Group is a partnership between the practice and its patients, we meet regularly with our practice leaders and GPs to discuss matters relevant to you, as well as local and national issues.

You can register by sending your details to or please give your contact details to reception

Carers Group

It's Carers Week 10-16th JUNE!

Are you a carer?

Here at Eversley we hold carers meetings. We offer support. In our meetings you will meet other members of the group that may face the same daily challenges. We also provide useful information from our council, and have a list of organisation that can help.

For more information regarding our next carers meeting keep an eye out here.

For more information regarding these services we offer at our surgery please speak to your GP or a member of the reception team. 

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