No travelling, no waiting and talk as long as you want with a friendly UK doctor. Available: on iPhone, iPad, Android Devices, Laptops and PCs.
7am - 10pm, 7 days a week
If you’ve got a problem with minor injuries or medical issues, there’s no need to trek across the heath to visit any other urgent care centre or out of hours service.
Push Doctor lets you see a GP from the comfort of your own home, workplace or while you’re on the go in the Surrey area.
We also operate out of office hours, are open 365 days a year, on bank holidays and even Christmas day!
All you need is a smartphone, tablet or webcam-enabled computer to see a doctor within minutes.See a Doctor Now
In 8 out of 10 cases, there’s no need for a physical examination by a doctor, so why do you need to be there in person?
Our doctors can treat a wide range of medical issues through a video consultation, from common ailments and injuries, to complex conditions and even mental health issues.See a doctor
Brilliant service...“Highly recommend Push Doctor. I booked an appointment for 8:10am and had my prescription at the chemist by 9:30am. The doctor was lovely, all in all an excellent service.” Kristy Merner, 23/7/16
Located just off the A317 and part of the Weybridge community hospital, Weybridge Walk In Centre is in an ideal location for locals and has plenty of parking.
22 Church Street , Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8DY
Parking at the walk in centre is pay and display. Charges apply between 7am - 7pm and prices vary. For more inforamtion get in touch with the walk in centre using the number below.
Tel: 01932 826013
Located on Chruch Street, next to Soya and opposite Laura Ashley, The Pharmacy is open from 7am to 11pm every weekday - making it ideal for locals looking to get prescriptions dispensed or buy over-the-counter medicine.
20 Church Street Weybridge KT13 8DX England
Tel: 0193 284 7868
Dr Morgan is one of our GPs based in Surrey. She is an expert in a number of medical areas, including mental health, women's health and paediatrics.
"Obviously there's a shortage of GPs in this country. It's getting more and more difficult for patients to see GPs quickly - some patients have to wait weeks and weeks."
"This is when the online service is really handy."Meet Our Doctors