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TARGET Closure - 12.30 to 6.30 pm 17/8/17

The surgeries at both Stokewood and Old Anchor will be closed this afternoon, Thursday 17th August from 12.30 to 6.30pm.  A telephone line will remain open for routine enquiries only.

If you require urgent medical assistance during these hours ring:   01962 853599

The GPs working from this hub site will be able to, with your consent, view your GP medical records. 

After 6.30 pm, please contact out of hours on 111 if you require medical assistance and cannot wait until the surgery re-opens at 8am on Friday 18th August.

Supporting Apprenticeships

Stokewood is proud to have been involved in the Government backed apprenticeship scheme.  Having started with just one a number of years ago, we have been lucky enough to gain two excellent full time staff who came to us originally as apprentices.  We are also delighted to announce that Ellie and Jodie will finish their apprenticeships this month and have accepted offers to stay on with us.  The apprenticeships have been worked in admin and reception to date, and with another apprentice half way through her training, and we can happily recommend this scheme to both employers and apprentices.  Our apprentices have come to us at different stages, either in place of full time college, after 1 year or college studies and even after completing A level studies. This scheme provides an excellent alternative for those seeking work experience alongside a vocational qualification, whilst earning a wage. 


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Eastleigh Local Development Plan 2011-2016  

The partners at Stokewood Surgery have commented on the above plan as part of the consultation process.  As a practice we have objected to any further development in our catchment area as we believe this will be to the detriment of the our existing and that of any newly registering patients.   We also objected to the West Horton development last year although we are now aware that this has been approved.  The partners consider that the surgery is already struggling for space on both sites, without taking in to account the national shortage of GPs which is causing recruitment issues in all areas of the Country. A copy of our full response can be see below. 

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

CQC Report Nov 2014 

Friends & Family Test - have your say


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