Community Services

A broad range of services can be provided in the community; this means not in a hospital or at a GP practice. These generally include a range of mental and physical health and wellbeing services and include:

  • Health promotion
  • End of life care
  • Falls prevention
  • Health visiting
  • District nursing
  • Community mental health
  • Learning disability services
  • Sexual health clinics

Our community hospitals are:

Caterham Dene Hospital

Cranleigh Community Hospital

Dorking Community Hospital

New Epsom and Ewell Community Hospital

Haslemere Community Hospital

Leatherhead Hospital

Milford Community Hospital

Molesey Hospital

Woking Hospital


Community services for older people

Local councils offer a range of services, alongside a number of professional and voluntary organisations for older people and those with disabilities.
These include:

Help at home – maintaining and adapting

Support for people with dementia

Help with meals


Help to get out the house



Locality Hubs

Locality Hubs have been designed and set up to provide the opportunity to access a range of health, social care and community services – all in one place. Located across North West Surrey they are aimed at providing services for older people with several health problems or issues which impact general health and wellbeing. Locality hubs are a key way to support people to enjoy independent and fulfilled lives for as long as possible.

The Bedser Hub provides a number of specific services for patients:

  • Community nursing
  • Podiatry
  • Rapid response physiotherapy and occupational therapy
  • Dedicated geriatricians from Ashford &St Peter’s Hospitals
  • Citizens Advice Woking – Wellbeing Co-ordinator providing support to patients in claiming benefits
  • Talking therapies and general mental health support, including those suffering from memory loss