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Latest News

Easter Opening Hours 

We will be closing at 7pm on Thursday 18th April, re-opening on Tuesday 23rd April at 8 am.  If you require medical advice and cannot wait until we re-open, please ring 111.   

If you are suffering a life threatening emergency, have chest pain or difficulty breathing, dial 999.

Dementia Friendly Accreditation

we are delighted to report that Stokewood (and Old Anchor) Surgery has been accredited by our CCG as a Dementia Friendly Practice.  To achieve this all staff have received training in Dementia Awareness and the practice has been engaging with our PPG to get feedback on how we may improve communication with patients suffering from dementia.  The practice is also in the process of getting accreditation from the Dementia Action Alliance.  We always more feedback and input from all patients, have your say by joining our PPG or passing your comments onto us using our feedback form.

Maternity Leave Cover

Dr Muhith commenced maternity leave on 11th February, and will be returning in January 2020.  Her patient list will be coverd by Dr Barry Nabbs. Dr Nabbs joins us from a practice in Dorset. He will be working Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays.

Dr Frankum will commence her maternity leave in March and return in October 2019.  Her patient list will be covered by Dr Samantha Powell, who has worked in a number of practices in Hampshire, although based in Romsey.  She will be working Tuesdays and Thursdays. 


Get Hampshire Walking

We are encouraging all patients to get walking for health - for details of your local groups and organised walks, click on the following website: https://www.westhampshireccg.nhs.uk/get-hampshire-walking


Text Messaging Service

Chain SMS is….. A system which allows us to easily send text messages to patients. It means we can be much more proactive about some communications, messaging you quickly and securely, so you are not waiting around to hear from us.

Some examples of how we may use it….. 

  • Reminders or notifications (eg prescription to collect)

  • Responding to queries/e-consults

  • Letting you know we tried to call

  • Sending you advice at the end of a consultation

The practice name will always be at the bottom of the message. You won’t be able to reply to them.  Please help us to help you by keeping your number up to date.  If you don’t want us to contact you in this way, please let us know.

Training Practice Status

Stokewood Surgery has now adopted training practice status.  This means we will have appointments available with fully trained doctors who are doing further training to become experienced GPs.  From 1st August, we will be joined by Dr Alex Cook who will be with us for 6 to 18 months to gain more experience.  These doctors, although fully trained, are called Registrars. They have a mentor/trainer in the practice and Dr Lloyd is our trainer.  

Home Blood Pressure Monitoring

For patients who require to take home blood pressure readings, we have a new calculator tool has been set up using an excel spreadsheet.  This will enable patients to record their readings onto the spreadsheet which will then calculate their average BP.  Unfortunately we have not be able to make this available via our website at the present time, but we can email it out to you and you will be able to return it via email to our generic email box WHCCG.stokewoodsurgery@nhs.net.  Please email or ask at reception if you would like a copy of the excel spreadsheet sent to you.   Blood pressure monitors are also available to purchase from the Surgery at reception.

Routine Appointments - Badger Farm Winchester (MHH Hub)

If you need a routine appointment but cannot wait for a convenient appointment at Stokewood/Old Anchor, or would prefer to be seen in the evenings or weekends, we have routine appointments available within our hub site at Badger Farm Surgery, Winchester (this is located at the back of the Badger Farm Sainsbury’s car park).  For more information on MHH Hub surgeries visit: http://www.midhampshirehealthcare.co.uk/gp_access_hubs.htm

Infection Control Annual Statement - 2018

Response from Dr Shelly & Partners on the Draft Local Development Plan 2011-2036

CQC Report Nov 2014

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