Use Patient Access and the NHS APP to book appointments, review your medication and allergy information, and order repeat prescriptions. You can also request an additional function that allows you to view key details of your medical record, including data on vaccination history and current active medical problems.
You are not permitted to apply on someone elses behalf.
In order to keep your data safe, we strongly recomend that you sign out each time, keep your passwords secure and look after your Patient Access data the the same way you would for online bank details.
Please do not contact the surgery for any difficulties using this service - instead, please use the on-line support centre on the Patient Access website or the NHS APP support team.
You can now register to receive information on health promotion, research, and practice events by text message and email. If you would like to register for this service please fill out the consent form.
Evening and Weekend GP appointments are now available at the "Primary Care Extended Access Hubs" at Winchester (Badger Farm), Romsey and Totton.
You can book an appointment for this by contacting the surgery or NHS 111.
We would like to welcome Dr Kell to our practice from 7th April 2021. Dr Kell replaces Dr Nicholson and all patients who were registered under Dr Nicholson will now be registered under Dr Kell.
We are delighted to welcome Julie Bythell, our new Social Prescriber.
Clinicians will now be able to refer patients of all age groups to Julie for signposting and support for a variety of problems such as dementia, depression, weight management and chronic disease.
We are pleased to announce that we are an accredited Veteran Friendly Practice. If you are an Armed Forces Veteran, please let us know so that we can include the information in your medical records, for more information see the Veterans Friendly Leaflet.
Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats facing us today. See the Antiobiotic Garden website for details.
Why it is relevant to you: without effective antibiotics many routine treatments will become increasingly dangerous. Setting broken bones, basic surgical procedures, even chemotherapy and animal health all rely on access to effective antibiotic therapy.
What we want you to do: To slow resistance we need to cut the unnecessary use of antibiotics. We invite the public, students and educators, farmers, the veterinary and medical communities and professional organisations, to become Antibiotic Guardians.
Call to action: Choose one simple pledge about how you’ll make better use of antibiotics and help save these vital medicines from becoming obsolete.
We are supporting the Get Hampshire Walking campaign. We are spreading the word about the benefits of walking to help patients lead healthier and more active lives.
It is not difficult - a few extra steps, using the stairs and not the lift, getting off the bus a stop early will all help.
Walking can also help you get out more, meet new people and improve your social life.
Find out what you can get involved with in your local area.
Do you want to stop smoking and need support please - see Smoke Free.
Are you a carer or are cared for ? Do we have your details? If not please complete our Carers form and hand in to reception at Park or St Francis Surgery.
To help you work with your GP we have put together a few questions. We used this for 100 patients across two surgeries in Hampshire and it was shown to help both doctors and patients. Comments included “It helped me remember and prepare”, “very useful to order my thoughts”. Fill one out and bring it along with you to your next consultation.
For your doctor it helps to know, early on, what your list of questions is and which one you want to focus on. GPs have to share their time across an average of 2000 patients so there is a limit to appointment time. Doctors have around seven minutes face to face with you within a ten minute appointment after allowing for preparation and actions afterwards.
Knowing what you think the problem is (your ideas), what you are worried it might be (your concerns) and what you hoped would happen (your expectations) is helpful for doctors. The earlier they can know your “ideas, concerns and expectations” (ICE) the better as they can then address these early on. Pre consulation Questionnaire
111 is the NHS non-emergency number. It’s fast, easy and free. Call 111 and speak to a highly trained adviser, supported by healthcare professionals.
How likely are you to recommend this Surgery to friends and family if they needed similar care or treatment? Please spend 2 minutes to take the Friends and Family Test.
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