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The team at Holywell Surgery is proud of what we achieve here. We offer traditional, professional family general practice in modern premises. Patients are often known personally by the staff and doctors, who take an interest in them. We pride ourselves in offering a range of services you might expect to find in a much larger practice.  We practice family medicine, providing NHS primary health care from a purpose built surgery.

Our Practice is located just off the Tolpits Lane, Holywell.  We also cover Brunswick Court Nursing Home.

Our aim is to achieve a high standard of care for all of our patients, providing a wide range of services in a friendly environment.

The primary purpose of this website is to help you make the most effective use of the services available to you in this practice.

An independent pharmacy is situated behind our Surgery providing a convenient service for patients. A good selection of nursing and medical aids is available at the pharmacy which can also offer a prescription delivery service.

Holywell Surgery was established in August 1994 at the request of local population. Until then it had been run as a branch surgery


Practice Merger

Dr Dudeja is pleased to announce that the Holywell Surgery will be merging with the Attenborough Surgery from 1st October. This will allow more flexibility for appointments and clinical care for the patients of the practice. Attenborough already have several branch sites to their main surgery site in Bushey and Holywell will simply become one of these after the 1st October.  Dr Dudeja is sorry to be leaving the patients and her team at Watford but is looking forward to spending more time with the family.

The merger is running smoothly but if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to talk to the team at Holywell who can answer any issues you may have.

You might like to take a look at Attenborough's website and see their staff profiles and services. 


Watford Carers Hub Event 1.9.16

Carer event Sept 16

Holywell Surgery are pleased to support the GP Focused Event run by Carers in Hertfordshire at the Stanborough Centre, 609 St Albans road, WD25 9JL on 1st September between 10:30-12:30  Our very own Carers Champion Gill will be there too, why not join her to

  • find out what support is available locally
  • have a health check
  • speak to a Carer Support Advisor
  • take part in planning the future support for Carers in our area  AND have tea, coffee and cake! 

Holywell Patient Group Meeting

The next meeting of our Patient Group will be held at the surgery on Wednesday 7th September between 6-7pm  All patients welcome to attend

Meningitis ACWY

Young teenagers and 'fresher' students going to university for the first time are advised to have a vaccination to prevent Meningitis W disease.

The Men ACWY vaccine is given by a single injection into the upper arm and protects against four different causes of meningitis and septicaemia  For more information see 
We have already invited some eligible patients to attend for vaccination and intend to hold clinics until all our patient in this cohort have the opportunity for vaccination.  Please note that this is a national programme and we can only vaccinate those eligible at this time.  If you have any further questions, please call the surgery and speak to a member of the team who will be happy to help


Here at Holywell we want to ensure that all our patients have access to effective communication. If you have any special requirements that would help us to support you, please let us know.

There are new questions on our patient questionnaires but we don’t want our current patients to miss out. For an example; if you feel you would benefit from large print due to your eyesight issues, we would be happy to support you. So, please keep us up to date of your needs.   Thank you



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