Welcome to The Surgery Horndon-On-The-Hill

The Surgery Horndon-On-The-Hill is situated at the top of the hill on the High Road opposite the Bell Inn Public House.

Our Mission and Vision Statement

We strive to be compassionate and caring with the purpose of improving the health, well-being and lives of those we care for.


Latest News

Out-of-hours GP services are changing

We want to provide the right services at a time which is convenient for you. We’ve listened to feedback from people in our local area, and we are making changes to our out-of-hours appointments to deliver better services for you.

The new way of delivering out-of-hours appointments will give you:

  • Access to more healthcare professionals. This new service will be delivered by professionals including GPs, nurses.
  • All appointments are set as face to face, you can choose to have telephone appointment if you prefer, just tell the receptionist
  • Make it more convenient for you to travel to out-of-hours appointments. These appointments are being planned and delivered locally, so it is likely they will available closer to your home.

From Saturday 1 October 2022, out-of-hours appointments will be available from our PCN:

  • 30pm to 8pm on weekdays,
  • 07:00 – 08:00 on Tuesday mornings
  • 9am to 5pm on Saturdays.

In Thurrock, appointments will continue to also be available on Sundays from 12pm to 3pm until Sunday 12 February 2023.

These appointments are for “routine” care and are available up to 2 weeks in advance. Urgent care remains with the 111 / 999 or other out of hours provides.

Out-of-hours appointments were previously planned by Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) on behalf of many GP practices in a bigger area. From Saturday 1 October 2022, this is now being planned and delivered locally by Primary Care Networks (PCNs) (apart from the additional Sunday appointments available until Sunday 12 February 2023).

We are working together with other GP practices in our local area as part of the Stanford-le-Hope Primary Care Network (PCN).

An out-of-hours appointment might not be at your regular GP surgery. When you book an appointment, you will be told where the appointment will be.

These appointments will NOT be available as walk-in appointments. You will need to book them in advance.

To book an out-of-hours appointment, you should contact your regular GP practice in the usual way. They will advise you on the appointments which are available, and which healthcare professional is the right person to help you.

If you need medical help now but it's not an emergency, you can also go to 111 online or call 111.



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