About The Practice
In line with modern practice, we place an emphasis on preventative medicine, high quality management of long term conditions, good access, encouragement of self care and on delivering a service sensitive to your personal choices whenever possible.
There has been a GP practice on the site of Churchill Medical Centre Kingston since 1919, opened to serve the people of Norbiton. The entrance to the surgery was at that time through the door at
In 1990, the building was fundamentally rebuilt to deliver the working environment that patients and practitioners expected from a modern surgery. As a result of the piecemeal development of the building and the lower level of
This change coincided with the retirement of Dr Rob Churchill, who was one of the first GPs to combine the benefits of the traditional family doctor with a rigorous scientific approach. The new building was therefore named after him.
In 2001 we started serving the people of Surbiton from a surgery in Evesham Terrace following the retirement of the GP there and providing the same standard of services as at Churchill Medical Centre Kingston.
The quality of our services was independently confirmed in 2005 when we received the prestigious Royal College of General Practitioners’ Quality Practice Award, one of only 2% of practices in
In 2007 we decided to extend our opening times to meet the needs of our working and school age population, an innovation that was used as the basis of extended opening hours throughout the country. This then highlighted further the needs of parents with school age children, so in 2008 we began running evening children’s clinics.
We have tried to make sure that we keep the heart of the traditional family doctor service, combining it with high standards of medical practice. We are constantly looking at ways to improve service to our patients. If you have any comments or ideas for improvements, please use the online comments form on this site or drop us a line at surgery.