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The Surgery provides a wide range of additional services for NHS patients registered with the Surgery.  If you require any of the services listed please speak to our Receptionists.



Health Professional

Asthma clinic


Blood Pressure Nurses 
Cervical smears Nurses 
Child Health Surveillance Various GPs
Child Immunisations Nurses
Contraception GP and Nurses
Coronary Heart Disease  GP and Nurses
Diabetic Clinic GP and Nurses
Maternity Services GP and midwife
Minor surgery Dr Bhatt and Dr Silson
Smoke Stop Nurses

eConsult online service

GP practices in Hampshire are trialing a new online service called eConsult. eConsult gives medical advice for adult patients via their GP practice’s website.

What is eConsult?

eConsult is an online tool that offers patients immediate self-help advice or can be used to send an online consultation directly to your GP who will reply within 24 hours. It may also help patients to manage certain conditions, without the need to attend the surgery in person. The tool, mainly hosted on GP practice’s websites also includes signposting to other services and a symptom checker which can help them establish whether they need a GP appointment.

For more info click here


Medical Examinations not covered by the NHS

These are insurance medicals, pre-employment medicals, HGV & taxi driving medicals, etc and are done by the Doctors, for patients registered with the Surgery, at BMA recommended standard charges. Please speak to the Receptionists to arrange an appointment.

Failure to attend hospital appointments 

It is practice policy to contact you if you miss a hospital appointment following a referral from the GP.  If you repeatedly fail to attend hospital appointments, you could be removed from our practice list.

 “…Figures have suggested that more than twelve million GP appointments are missed each year in the UK, costing in excess of £162 million per year.  A further 6.9 million outpatient hospital appointments are missed each year in the UK, costing an average of £180 per appointment in 2017/18. Missed appointments, known as Did Not Attends (DNAs) can cause serious delays in treatment for other patients.”

 NHS England is encouraging patients to pledge to turn up to their appointments and help push DNA numbers as low as possible.

Last updated  18 April 2019

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