|Monday*||08:00 - 18:30|
|Tuesday||08:00 - 18:30|
|Wednesday||08:00 - 19:45|
|Thursday||08:00 - 18:30|
|Friday*||07:30 - 18:30|
*excludes public holidays
Dr Philip J West
MB BS DRCOG MRCGP, Qualified 1995 (London)
Dr Heather Scott (Associate)
MB BS DRCOG MRCGP, Qualified 2002 (London)
Dr Liz Hughes (Associate)
BM DCH DRCOG MRCGP, Qualified 1999 (Southampton)
There has been a doctor's surgery at the Boundaries for over 70 years. The present purpose-built premises were opened in 1987 and a large extension was added in 2002.
Our aim is to provide you with the best possible comprehensive medical service. All members of the practice team work closely together and are committed to continuity of care for the whole family.
Public Health England have issued a Shingles Vaccination Calendar to make it easier to establish eligibility. It can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/shingles-vaccination-for-adults-aged-70-78-or-79-years-of-age-calculator
How and when do you use GP Services Survey
A survey is being conducted on behalf of the North Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group about how you use GP services to help them scope and improve health care in the area. It can be found here: http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/NHCCGPublicPatientSurvey1/. The survey will close on 30 September 2017.
How and when do you use GP Services?
NHS North Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group (NHCCG) would like your help develop and improve local health care services in North Hampshire and would welcome your input into a survey (found here - www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/NHCCGPublicPatientSurvey1)
Patient Participation Group
Would you like to help us improve our services and provide us with insight from a patient perspective then you are invited to attend our first Patient Participation Group Meeting to be held at 1900 on Tuesday 26 September at the surgery. All are welcome.
PocketMedic has worked with NHS doctors, nurses and patients to create a series of short films to help you to manage your health.
You can watch these films as many times as you like and learn from other patients and health care professionals about your condition.
The following films are available for you to watch:
We hope you will find these films helpful and would love to know what you think.
When you have watched all the films in the series, please let us know by completing 4 very short questions by clicking on the survey link on the first page.
If you have any difficulties accessing the films or have any comments, please email email@example.com
The demands on our Open Surgery continue to increase which has resulted in lengthier waiting times and a higher demand for parking in our small car park. In order to alleviate these growing pressures with effect from 1st February 2017 we are expanding our telephone triage system which will result in all patients being able to discuss their problem with a GP prior to being seen.
If you have an urgent condition that you feel needs to be reviewed that day then please phone reception between 08:30 and 10:00, providing an overview of what the problem is to the receptionist. The GP will then phone you back, as soon as possible, to discuss further and arrange an appointment later in the morning, if deemed appropriate. Please ensure that you remain obtainable on the number you wish to be phoned back on and that when the GP calls the telephone number will be withheld.
We continue to ask that all non-urgent problems, medication reviews, repeat prescriptions and sick notes (which can be backdated), or problems that need followed up should be booked into a routine appointment with a GP and if you have multiple or complex problems then request a double appointment.
Remember that both Chawton Park Surgery or Alton Health Centre offer a minor injuries walk in service which is offered between 8am and 6.30pm to any patient who is able to walk and who has had an accident during the last 24 hours over weekdays or 48 hours over weekends. They are able to take X-Rays and stitch and dress wounds.
Also your local pharmacist can provide information on treatment of minor conditions and healthy living, as well as medication advice.
All dental problems should be discussed with your dentist or you can access urgent dental care by calling NHS 111.
Many thanks for your help during this change, which will hopefully avoid long open surgery waits.