STOP PRESS- COVID-19 - coronavirus

If you have symptoms of FEVER or COUGH it is possible that you have Coronavirus. You DO NOT need to see or speak to a GP or Nurse to confirm this diagnosis.

Patients are advised to stay at home for 7 days and self-isolate.You are likely to get better with self management but, if you feel worse or do not get better then you should visit NHS 111 on line or phone 111.   If you have no symptoms but are in a household with someone who does, you should self-isolate for 14 days.

Please visit for more advice on self-isolation for patients with suspected Coronavirus.

Information for Shielding and self-isolating patients can be found on our News page.


Face masks or coverings

Please note that all patients attending Stokewood Surgery for an appointment are requested to wear a face mask or covering in order to protect our staff and other patients.  Washable or single use masks are widely available to purchase online or from pharmacies.  Cotton scarves or similar may also be used.  Washable masks or scarves should be laundered at 60 degrees, and preferably after each use.  Patients will also be required to use the hand sanitisers on entry and exit of the premises.

E-Consult - Use our online service to obtain advice and we will respond within one working day, arranging telephone or a GP appointment as needed.  This
site will also provide you with self help advice and treatment options. All
requests for renewing a Medical Certificate should be submitted via E-Consult.  

Old Anchor Surgery is our branch site located in Bishopstoke. All registered patients have the option to book routine appointments at this location. 


Evening and weekend appointments are available via extended access GP hubs.  You can access an appointment with a GP, practice nurse or healthcare assistant via our reception team at one of the following locations:

Botley Surgery, Badger Farm Surgery (Winchester), Abbeywell Surgery (Romsey), Andover War Memorial Hospital. See our latest news section for more information.  

Patient Representation Group

Make your views known and help us deliver the services you want... join our patient representation group - sign up online and take the short patient survey below.  Thank you. All registered patients aged 16 and over are welcome to join.

(Site updated 29/07/2020)
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