There has been a Doctor’s surgery in Denmead since 1932. Before the Second World War the Doctors lived in Hambledon and had a branch surgery in Denmead – in fact the branch surgery was one of the cottages next to the present Health Centre.
The first Denmead surgery was in Dr Horn’s house, it then moved to Ashling Park Road prior to the current Health Centre, which was built on the old village pond in 1974.
Denmead surgery as it is now, is a semi-rural Dispensing Practice with the branch surgery at Hambledon. The practice operates from Health Authority premises and incorporates on-site community services.
The Practice covers an area of 80 square miles and has a list size of just over 9100 patients. The workload is covered by 3 male full-time partners and 2 female part-time partners plus a supportive Practice team.
Our Primary Health Care Team offers comprehensive care for all our patients in Denmead and surroundings villages.
We try to maintain good continuity of care by offering a professional service by your own doctor. We have a range of in-house services and a network of Community staff who can be called upon by your doctor for specialist care.
As a Practice we participate in research studies from time to time through the Primary Care Research Network.