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Dr Shelly Retirement

Dr Shelly will be retiring after 20 years at Stokewood Surgery, and latterly as our senior partner.  Dr Victoria Lazell will be joining us and will take on the majority of his patients from August.  If you wish to pass on any good wishes to Dr Shelly for his retirement, please email these to us or pop them on the comment form, as we will be collating them into a book for him.  Please send us your comments/good wishes by 21st July although any we receive after that date we will be sure to pass on.

Face Masks

Face masks will still be required in Stokewood Surgery after 19th July for the foreseeable future whilst the covid virus remains in circulation.  Staff will continue to wear one around the building and clinical staff will remain wearing PPE.  We have a high proportion of clinically vulnerable people attending the premises and it is important that we keep the environment as safe as possible and try to keep our staff well so that they may provide services to the patients.  


Stokewood Surgery - restricted access 

The surgery remains open and telephone lines are open during our normal working hours.  Please do not attend unless you are free of covid-19 symptoms.  You will be asked to confirm this at reception and may have your temperature checked.

To minimise the risk of contamination, and decrease visitors to the surgery, we are no longer giving out repeat prescriptions in paper. You should nominate a pharmacy to receive the repeat and go directly to them to collect your medication.  If you have internet or email access, please register for our online service or email your request to:  whccg.stokewoodsurgery-prescriptions@nhs.net.   If you decide to have your medication from a different pharmacy than your nominated one, please let us know and this can be amended but please do not change this without good reason to avoid confusion and extra workload for our staff.

Patients with appointments should attend alone unless they are under 16 or require a carer.  Anyone accompanying a patient will be asked to remain outside the surgery to help us provide a safe environment for our patients and staff.  

Privacy Policies

Updates now available to view by going to Privacy Notices - including a version of children.


Hub Locations - for extended access to GP, practice nurse and healthcare assistant appointments at weekends and evenings

Hub locations available to patients at Stokewood are:

Botley Surgery, Mortimer Road, Botley, Southampton
Badger Farm Surgery, Winchester (in the Sainsbury car park)
Abbeywell Surgery, Great Wall Road, Romsey
Andover War Memorial Hospital, Andover

To book an appointment, please contact our reception team at Stokewood on 023 80692000

Training Practice Status

Stokewood Surgery is a training practice.  We will be offering appointments with fully qualified doctors who are doing further training to become experienced GPs.  These doctors are called Registrars. We currently at two working at Stokewood, Dr Alex Cook and Dr Matt Rose.  Our surgery trainers are Dr Lloyd and Dr Jacobs.  

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.

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.

CQC visit 25.4.19 - overall rating:  Good

Infection Control Annual Statement 2019Response from Dr Shelly & Partners on the Draft Local Development Plan 2011-2036

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