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HOT OFF THE PRESS

The doctors at Whitchurch surgery and Derrydown surgery in St Mary Bourne are pleased to announce that they have merged their partnerships from 1 September. Both practices will remain open and continue to provide a high level of clinical care at both sites.

 

We have a good working relationship already and over the last year have been sharing ideas with Derrydowns Dr Jim Rose, and supporting each other through what has been a difficult time for General Practice nationally as well as locally.

 

LATEST NEWS

For more information on some of the other changes happening at the surgery, click on Latest News and then on Newsletter.

  

GP MEAN EARNINGS

To see the mean earnings for our GPs for 2014 - 2015 please click GP Earnings Report

 

BLOOD TESTS

Our Phlebotomist is available to take blood on Wednesday morning between 0730 and 1130, and Friday morning between 0800 and 1200.  Please book your appointment through Reception or online. 

APPOINTMENTS

We are delighted to welcome Sr Maggie Craig and Sister Rachel Sidwell as our Nurse Practitioners. They will be working alongside the GPs, primarily seeing patients with minor illnesses. Dr Dan Lickman has joined us to replace Dr Audrey Boucher. Dan will also be working at DerryDown Clinic. We also welcome Sr Anne Hardiman, Nurse Practitioner at Derrydown, who will be with us one day a week. Ian Rees, our practice Manager is leaving and Alison Wogan, currently Practice Manager at Derrydown will manage both sites.

We are moving towards providing more pre-bookable appointments each day to give greater continuity of care and enable paitients to see the same GP whenever possible.

Friends and Family Test

Please take a moment to share your views on the practice by completing the short questionnaire at the bottom of the page. Your responses are anonymous. To see the results for January click on this link January Results.pdf

SHARING OF CLINICAL DATA

Please see the link for further information about care.data, and if you wish to opt out of it, complete the form and return it to the surgery.  care.data_info.doc

 

Having a say about the services provided by this surgery?

 

Our thanks to everyone who completed a Patient Survey. The report has been posted on the website, click on the Survey Report link opposite and select Whitchurch Report 2014.

EXTENDED HOURS

The surgery is normally open from 0800-1830 Monday to Friday. In addition we offer appointments on alternate Monday evenings 1830-1930, every Wednesday morning 0730-0800, and on the thrid Saturday each month from 0830-1100.

APPOINTMENTS ONLINE

We can now offer you the opportunity to book appointments online.  Please go to the Appointments tab and follow the link to register.

CARE QUALITY COMMISSION

In September 2013 the Surgery was inspected by the Care Quality Commission. To read the report please click on the "Upload Survey Report" tab opposite and then on the CQC Report 2013. 

Whitchurch Surgery

The surgery is situated beside the public car park in Bell Street, which has designated spaces for surgery patients and visitors. The parking in the surgery forecourt is for staff and disabled patients only.

Whitchurch Surgery will again be an approved training practice and have doctors employed who are experienced hospital doctors wishing to transfer their skills to general practice.

We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.

Our Commitment

Our commitment is that you can see a doctor within 24 hours for urgent medical attention.

If you wish to see a particular GP there may be a wait as they are not in every day, but appointments are available in advance.

(Site updated 31/03/2016)
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