Welcome to The Lodge Surgery

Lodge Surgery opened in 1987 as a brand new GP practice for the newly built and expanding Pewsham estate.  The practice was originally housed in a portakabin-style unit until the current building was constructed in 1991.  A large extension was added in 1997 and was originally rented out as private offices and later a Therapy Centre.  It was refurbished in 2020 increasing the number of consulting rooms and adding a waiting room and administration room.

With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need.

We have a dedicated Covid-19 section with up to date information and guidance as well as links to local and national sites for support during lockdown.

We are open but we are working differently during the pandemic.  Online appointment booking is not currently available but patients who ring the practice will receive a phone call back from an appropriate clinician, usually on the same day. If the clinician feels that a face to face appointment is needed, you will be offered one on the same day.

For advice and information on a range of medical conditions, local services and handy links please visit our Resource Hub.

The Lodge Surgery is a community based surgery that strives to put patient welfare and excellent service at the heart of all it does.

Surgery Restrictions

During the Covid pandemic at Lodge Surgery we have strived to keep the surgery as safe as possible for everyone. We request that patients continue to wear a face mask and use hand sanitiser in the surgery. We appreciate that this may be frustrating, however, there may be patients in the building who are sick and vulnerable, and some who may not have been vaccinated.
The staff will continue to wear masks when seeing patients.
If, following explanation, a patient declines to wear a mask, they will be instructed to wait outside the building until their appointment time and will be escorted from there to the clinical room and then straight back out afterwards. Patients that are exempt are still able to attend their appointments in the usual manner.
It is vitally important to remember that Covid has not been eradicated so if you or a member of your household has Covid symptoms; a high temperature, a new, continuous cough or you’ve lost your sense of smell or taste or it’s changed, please DO NOT ATTEND the surgery but do get a PCR Covid test.

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Recent Friends and Family Feedback

"What would have made your visit better?"

"No change needed. I am always made to feel important as a patient and all staff I meet are amazing and friendly."

"No need for improvement, all went well and on time."

"Nothing needs to change. We have the best surgery around."

"Excellent treatment, really professional and efficient - I never have any worries about Lodge Surgery."

"The patient access to their own records is more limited than at other surgeries. It would be good to be able to see the full record. Thanks."

We made full record access available to patients in April 2020. Patients are able to request this through their online services account.  Access is granted to the full record dating back to the date of registration at Lodge Surgery.

To request access to your full record, log in to your online account and go to Manage Online Services in the Your Account menu. Click the Request button next to Full Clinical Record.  This sends us a notification and we then check the record and make it available to the patient who can then view consultations, letters and results dating back to their date of registration.

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