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The Practice will be closed in the afternoon of the 5th March 2019 from 12:30pm to 6:30pm. Information on what to do if you are unwell can be found HERE


SUNDAY APPOINTMENTS from 7th October 2018


We are pleased to announce that we will be offering you and your family even better access to GP appointments. As well as the pre-bookable appointments now available Monday to Saturday, from October 2018, pre-bookable appointments will be available with a healthcare professional on Sunday mornings from 9:00am – 1:00pm and on bank holidays.


These appointments will be held at the North Hampshire Urgent Care premises on the Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital site.


These appointments are pre-bookable only, through the practice. To book you can either speak to a member of our reception team by popping into the practice, or calling on 01256 329021 during normal practice hours: 08:00 to 18:30.

Family Planning and Cervical Smears

 

Please book via the receptionist, with the doctor or the nurse for either of these services. You need to ensure that you are midway through your cycle at the time of your smear.

 

 

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Maternity Care

 

Once pregnancy is confirmed, you should make an initial booking appointment with your midwife.

Your midwife will offer advice and runs clinics for antenatal monitoring.

Deliveries are at The North Hampshire Hospital. It is important to have a postnatal check 6 weeks after the birth.

Please telephone the surgery for further information.

 


 

District nurses

 

District nurses visit those who are housebound through illness or disability. They can advise relatives and friends about caring for the elderly or infirm. There are no District nurses directly employed at the practice.


Practice nurses

 

The practice nurses run clinics for diabetes, heart disease, asthma monitoring, weight checks, smears, blood pressure checks, flu clinics, travel advice and injections (Please allow 8 weeks before traveling to attend your first appointment), baby vaccinations, blood tests, contraception, dressings and various other treatments. Please let reception know what you are seeing the practice nurse for, so they can ensure that they allocate you enough time for your care to be carried out.

 


 

Phlebotomist

 

Blood samples arranged by your doctor can be taken by our experienced phlebotomist between 8.30am and midday.

 

 


 
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