Changes to the Extended Opening hours
For those that have become used to the extended opening on Tuesdays for GP appointments, we now offer a more flexible system and will open an hour earlier at 7am or remain open until 7.30pm on different days as well as continuing to offer the Saturday clinic.
There will be a doctor rota so not all doctors will be in at the same time. Appointments are limited at these times
Please check with the surgery as whilst every effort is made to maintain a consistent session, it is subject to change.
We also offer the morning appointments on Saturdays for those that are not able to visit us during the week. However appointments are limited.
Closed for appointments during lunch 12.30 – 1.30pm
(Doors remain open to enable patients to still book appointments and hand in / collect prescriptions)
Closed Weekends and Bank Holidays although we hold a regular weekly Saturday morning pre-booked clinic.
Non-urgent advice: Out of Hours/When We are Closed
Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
Please think carefully before dialling 999 or using the A&E department. These services are for people who are seriously ill or injured. The 111 Service is manned by staff who are able to call an ambulance immediately should this be necessary.
IF YOU NEED URGENT MEDICAL CARE BETWEEN 08:00 – 08:30am MONDAY TO FRIDAY ( Excluding Bank Holidays) CALL 01252 541884 and listen to the complete message.
The NHS 111 service is available 365 days of the year, 24 hours a day. It is a service that can also access the Out of Hours service when the surgery is closed.
Please note that all calls are recorded for patient safety and are free from both land-lines and mobile phones. If you are dialling 111 from outside the Hampshire area your call will be unable to be connected and you will need to dial 01962 718961 – calls to this number are not free but will be transferred to the 111 Service.
A call handler will ask you for some brief details about yourself and the nature of your problem. If you need to be seen by a doctor then your details will be passed on to the Out of Hours doctor who will arrange an appointment for you.
Out of Hours Doctor
The Out of Hours Service is not a walk-in Service. You must dial 111 to obtain an appointment.
You can also ask your local pharmacist for help and advice on common ailments and problems.
NHS Direct is a telephone service staffed by nurses giving confidential healthcare advice and information 24 hours a day.