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We are now using one telephone number 01483 767194, you will have an option to pick goldsworth park or york house.


Welcome to Goldsworth Medical Practice

We are a busy practice working from two purpose built premises in Woking, with 9 doctors and a list size of 12,500 registered patients.

We have many clinics to support our patient population, from acute illnesses to chronic disease management and ongoing care, offering a wide variety of medical services.

We are a training practice and several of our GP's are involved in the assistance of training of young doctors.

We believe that this continuous involvement in medical education helps the practice to focus on the provision of high quality care, both now and in the future.

Our Mission

We aim to make you and your family welcome and as comfortable as possible and do so hope you find us friendly and approachable.

All our staff are here to assist and support you and please do not hesitate to ask at reception if you have any concerns or queries.

We aim to provide excellent high quality evidence-based NHS primary health care to all our patients.

As family doctors, we are trained in the principles of the discipline of family medicine and are primarily responsible for the provision of comprehensive and continuing care to every individual seeking medical care irrespective of age, race, sex and illness.

General Data Protections Regulations and how we use your information

Medical confidentiality is the cornerstone of trust between doctor and patient and we keep your records secure and confidential.

For your direct care either from the practice or within the NHS hospital services we imply your consent to pass on relevent clinical information to other professional staff involved in your direct care.

Only when there is a legal basis for the transfer of data we may pass limited and relevant information to other NHS organisations to improve the efficient management of the NHS or to aid medical research.

This practice contributes to national clinical audits and may sometimes send relevant data to the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) when the law allows.

In order to comply with its ledgal obligations this practice may send to the Health and Social Care Information Centre when direected by the Secretary of State for Health.

If you wish to object to the use of your data for these 'secondary'; uses please speak to the Practice Manager.

Our Practice History

The practice was started by Dr Smellie before World War II and moved to 16 York Road in the 1940s. He was joined by Dr Symonds and later Dr Francis, followed by Dr Carmichael and Dr Lytton. In 1979 the practice opened the first doctor's surgery in Goldsworth Park and Dr Lander and Dr Collins joined the other doctors. In 1986 the practice moved into the new Goldsworth Park Health Centre and was joined by Dr Braiden. Four years later, in January 1991, Dr Carmichael retired and was replaced by Dr Sellars. In 1990 we moved from our premises in York Road to a new building, adjacent to Woking Community Hospital in Heathside Road. The building was named York House Medical Centre in recognition of our historical links with York Road.

As a result of our growing list size Dr Grove joined us in August 1998. Dr Lytton retired in June 2002 and was replaced by Dr Gaur. Dr Braiden and Dr Grove moved onto pastures new and were replaced by Dr Clayton in 2002 and Dr Perera in 2005. Dr Singh joined the practice as a partner in January 2008 but has now left ,  with Dr Khatoon joining in 2012. Dr Collins retired as a partner in October 2013 with Dr Juliet Graham replacing her. We also have the services of salaried doctor Dr Honnor, Dr Swampillai and Dr Amber Khan.


We became an accredited training practice in August 2013. This involves the post-graduate training of fully qualified doctors who wish to specialize in General Practice.

We train first anf final year medical students via St George's Hospital NHS Trust.

(Site updated 05/06/2018)
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