The practice has a patient leaflet, which can be collected from Reception or Patient LeafletComplaints Procedure
Regretably, patients sometimes find elements of our service not to their satisfaction. Whilst we hope that the service that we provide does not cause you to complain, but with almost 24,000 patients we sometimes get things wrong. If you feel that we have let you down or part of our service could be improved, please read and use our Complaints Procedure.
Access to Health Records
Should you wish to have access to your health records the practice can provide you with this information. It is subject to Data Protection law, however, should you wish to find out more please read and use our Subject Access Request Form
GP Earnings 2015/16
All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (eg average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The average pay for GPs working for 6 months or more in Crown Heights Medical Centre in the financial year 2015/16 was £76,938 before Tax and National Insurance. This is for 5 full time, 12 part time and 1 locum GP.
GP Earnings 2016/17
The average pay for GPs working for 6 months or more in Crown Heights Medical Centre in the last financial year was £73,525 before Tax and National Insurance. This is for 6 full time, 11 part time and 3 locum GPs.
Partners at Crown Heights Medical Centre
Dr Victoria Boyd MB BCh MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH
Dr Sam Wild MB BCh MRCGP
Dr Andrew Cole BSc MB BS D(Obst) RCOG Registered 1985
Dr Dawn Coxhead BM MRCGP DFFP Registered 1993
Dr Felicity Groom BM DCH
Dr Graham Hullah MB BS MRCGP DRCOG Registered 1988
Dr David Knight BSc MB BS MRCP MRCGP DCH Registered 1982
Dr Vital Sijbers MD Registered 2003
Dr Richard Trueman MB ChB MRCGP Registered 1987
Dr Masum Meah MBBS BSc DRCOG MRCGP MRCP
Dr Matthew Nisbet BM MRCGP Registered 2002
Dr Euphan Hunter MB BS MRCGP Registered 1987
Dr Usha Thankam MB BS DPMR, MRCP (Paeds)
Dr Sarah Hebdon
Dr Naureen Aktar
Dr Ayesha Chaudhry
Other Clinical Staff
Lucie Oakley - Healthcare Assitant
Michelle Thompson – Healthcare Assistant
Practice Manager Patient Services Manager
Paul Butterworth Mrs Jan Gower
To provide high quality patient care and best practice through the delivery of services which are timely, considerate and responsive to the needs of the patient population.
Welcome as a patient to Crown Heights Medical Centre. You have access to two surgeries and as you can see from the above a large number of clinicians.
We trust that you will be happy with the services available from us.
Surgery Opening Times
Telephone lines 8.00 am – 6.30 pm Monday – Friday
8.00 am – 7:00 pm Monday – Friday
8:45 to 11:30 am Saturday
Making an appointment with the Doctor or Nurse
You can make an appointment to see a Doctor by phoning the surgery, by using the practice website or directly at reception. Appointments with a Nurse can be made either by phone or at reception.
You can see any Doctor you wish, but we generally advise that for ongoing problems you should try to maintain continuity by seeing the same Doctor. This will often be the Doctor with whom you are registered.
If you feel your problem can easily be dealt with on the phone, please let the Receptionist know and they will arrange for a Doctor to phone you.
Telephone Triage – Same Day Appointments
For Same Day Appointments all patients will require a telephone triage appointment first.
This will also apply to patients that walk-in.
Following the Telephone Consultation the GP can offer a face to face appointment if appropriate.
If a face to face appointment is not required additional services may be signposted.
Please note that Telephone Triage is not for;
Fit (Sick) Notes
Non Urgent Problems
All Prescription and Fit Note requests will be processed by our Admin Team in line with our published turnaround times.
Existing and non-urgent problems will require a routine pre-bookable appointment.
If you are too unwell to come into the surgery and you require a home visit we would appreciate if, when possible, you could phone the surgery before 11.00am. Home visits do use up a lot of time, so we ask that whenever possible, please come into the surgery.
Out of Hours Care - NHS 111
Out of hours care can be accessed by dialling 111.
You can also use the 111 service for advice with minor illness 24 hours a day.
111 is free from U.K mobiles and landlines.
Think carefully before dialling 999. Situations where this may be appropriate are:
* If the patient is unconscious
* If the patient has had a suspect heart attack or stroke
* If they are seriously injured or fractured bones suspected
* If they are bleeding heavily
The main surgery is easily accessible from the bus and train stations. There is limited car parking at Crown Heights Medical Centre for short stay (60 minutes) and disabled patients. Access to the surgery from the car parks is via a lift. Unlimited parking is also available at Festival Place Car Park on Level B (this is not free). The surgery is accessed by a short walk across the footbridge which crosses Churchill Way.
Lifts are available in the surgery, should you require them.
The branch surgery is located above the Tesco Express store in Lychpit and adjacent to the Lychpit Community Hall. You can access the surgery via public transport, walking or by car. There is a free unrestricted car park available.
There are a number of ways you can request a repeat prescription.
The most convenient is via our website:
You can also request a repeat prescription at reception or via the post. If you wish for the prescription to be sent back to you, please supply a stamped addressed envelope. You can take advantage of the Pharmacy Collection and Delivery Service, which is arranged by yourself at your local pharmacy. When a repeat prescription is requested by any of these methods, it will take two working days to process your request and three working days over a Bank Holiday.
You can also email us giving your full name and date of birth along with which medication you require to email address email@example.com
Crown Heights Medical Centre is a Training Practice
We are a Training Practice and, as such, frequently have attached GP Registrars and Medical Students. GP Registrars are fully qualified Doctors who hold their own surgeries. You will occasionally be asked if you would be happy to see a Medical Student. Under such circumstances, the consultation will be fully supervised. You will always be given the opportunity to decline.
Infection Control Annual Statement
See the 2018 statement here
Suggestions and Complaints
We are always pleased to receive suggestions that you may have as to how you feel that we could improve the Practice.
If you do have a complaint to make, please write to your own Doctor or the Practice Manager. We assure you that complaints are always taken seriously and we will follow a formal complaints procedure.
Feedback can also be given through the NHS website www.nhs.uk
Useful Telephone Numbers
The North Hampshire Hospital (01256) 473202
Hantsdoc (0118) 9365592
GU Clinic (01256) 313333
Phoenix (01256) 392500
Samaritans 0845 790 9090
CRUSE (01344) 411919
Basingstoke Counselling Service (01256) 843125
Maternity Department (01256) 313351
District Nurses (01256) 810683
Health Visitors (01256) 376558