Contact Details

Suthergrey House Medical Centre is always pleased to hear from its valued patients and offers a number of contact methods including, phone calls or in writing.

If your query is administrative we advise that calling after midday is likely to be more convenient due to the high volume of calls received in the morning.


Please do not send urgent requests including urgent prescription requests via e-mail, for operational reasons, we cannot guarantee that your message will be read earlier than the next working day.

You are welcome to use e-mail to:

    • Make a general enquiry about the Practice or the services we provide

    • Cancel an appointment (please give us at least 24 hours notice)

    • Pass a message to one of our doctors or nurses (so long as this doesn't require a response or a request)

    • Provide feedback about our services or your experience at Suthergrey House Medical Centre

Please do not use e-mail to:

    • Make an appointment

    • Request a repeat prescription (this can be done via online via the prescription request page)

    • Ask for medical advice including prescription, vaccinations, travel immunisation advice

    • Request a sick note, home visit, or a response request from a doctor

If you would like to write to Suthergrey House Medical Centre please send correspondence to Jackie Morgan (Practice Manager).

Address book Address

37a St Johns Road
WD17 1LS

Telephone Numbers Telephone Numbers

01923 224 424
Out of Hours:
Please only use this form for comments about the practice and suggestions as to how we can improve our service to you. Medical matters and official complaints cannot be dealt with via this form. If you have a query regarding a medical matter please telephone reception to make an appointment to see the appropriate person.
If you have a complaint regarding our services please address your concerns to the Practice Manager in writing and hand in at reception or post to the practice address. Please do not email any complaints.

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