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Results in from October 2023 to January 2024, click below for details.
THIS SURGERY WILL BE CLOSED on Wednesday 28th February 2024, 12.30pm - 6.30pm
Have your say!
NHS HAMPSHIRE AND ISLE OF WIGHT launched a public consultation about how between £700 million and £900 million should be invested in hospital services run by Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which would transform healthcare for communities across Hampshire.
What do you think about the plans they have put forward to build a new hospital, invest in Winchester hospital, and their proposals for where services are provided from in the future?
The proposals – in a nutshell
Patients, local people, and NHS staff are being encouraged to get involved and give their views on the proposals which include:
- Building a brand new hospital on the current Basingstoke hospital site or near Junction 7 of the M3 for specialist and emergency care, such as strokes, heart attacks, life and limb threatening injuries, emergency surgery, obstetrician-led maternity care, and separate children’s emergency department
- Significantly investing in Winchester hospital which would focus on planned operations and procedures, and provide a 24/7 doctor-led urgent treatment centre that would see and treat around 60% of the patients who currently go to Winchester A&E; same day emergency care services, and midwife-led birthing unit
- Continuing to provide day-to-day hospital services such as outpatients, diagnostics, and therapy services from both the main hospital sites
They have published their consultation document on their website, www.hampshiretogether.nhs.uk, as well as versions in plain text, large print, easy read, a summary document and accompanying factsheets. They are all available to download and share.
Click here to view the Hampshire Together poster - Hampshire Hospital poster
Coffee Morning Dates
Our Social Prescribers are hosting another coffee morning! Please click on the link to open the poster and view the dates - Social Prescriber Coffee Morning Dates
THURSDAY 18TH JANUARY, THURSDAY 1ST & 15TH FEBRUARY 10AM - 12PM
All Saints Church, Odiham RG291JY
A free health & wellbeing event for all parents, carers & professionals who support or work with young people
Can I access my GP records online?
**PHYSIO NEWS ALERT!!**
You can now self-refer yourself to the MSK service using a digital referral tool. Simply click the link to refer yourself and kick start your recovery!
Changes in Booking Patient Transport
We have been informed by South Central Ambulance Service that patients will now book their Patient Transport directly NOT through health centres. This is from 1st November 2023.
This can be done by telephone or online, details below -
- Transport Tel Number - 0300 100 0024 - Hampshire Option
- Cancellation Tel Number 0300 790 0143
- ETA Tel Number 0300 013 5003
- Book online: Nepts.online@SCAS.nhs.uk
Patients will need their NHS number and Date of Birth to book and are able to create an account for future use.
Online booking up to 20 days in advance - min 48hrs notice
Telephone booking up to 10 days in advance - min 48hrs notice.
(exceptions DVT,CANCER,RENAL Life or Limb threatening Acute Medical Unit, Emergency Medical Unit)
ALTERNATIVE LOCAL TRANSPORT OPTIONS (donation required)
Odiham Voluntary - 07551 587862 (48 hrs notice)
Old Basing Neighbourhood Care - 0333 0440116 (48 hrs notice)
COVID Clinic - all welcome
All eligible welcome, just search up Odiham or Old Basing Health Centre on the national booking line Book, cancel or change a COVID-19 vaccination appointment - NHS (www.nhs.uk) and grab a jab!
COVID Clinic Update - Car Parks
Please allow extra time for parking over the next few weeks as the car park is busy!
If possible get dropped off, walk or share a lift to avoid being late for your appointment. Thank you.
Please note our prescription turnaround will change to 5 WORKING DAYS with effect from 1st April 2023.
Please be advised we have a daily limit which can be processed in place, when this has been reached the facility will not be active until the following day.
We launched our new, user friendly patient website on 2nd December!
In the process, some of the new online forms had a technical issue so have only just been received. Please bear with us whilst we adminster them over the next 48 hours, Many thanks.
You may need to refresh your browser to see latest information, here's how:
How to Refresh a Web Page
- Open your browser of choice, and select the web page that you want to visit.
- Hit Ctrl-R, or CMD-R if you're on a Mac.
- Wait for the page to be refreshed.
When We Are Closed
Go online to 111.nhs.uk (for assessment of people aged 5 and over) or Call 111 free from a landline or mobile phone. For ALL immediate, life-threatening emergencies, continue to call 999.
Strep A infection/Scarlet fever
On top of our usual high demand for appointments at this time of year, we are seeing a growing number of phone calls, mainly related to concerns around strep A infection/scarlet fever, following reports that there has been an increase of cases. While most children will only have a mild illness, some may become seriously unwell, so if you are concerned about your child, please seek medical help.
Learn more here Strep A Scarlet Fever Information
We are doing our best to ensure patients who need to be seen on the same day can be. We may not have capacity to see everyone and understand that delays getting through can be frustrating.
We may need to temporarily delay routine appointments to ensure urgent cases can be seen quickly. This will be done according to clinical need, and we will do what we can to reduce disruption to patients. If you are unable to attend an appointment or need to rearrange, please let us know as soon as possible, so that we can offer it to others.
Please be patient with us and if your reason for contacting us isn’t urgent please consider getting back in touch on another day. If you can have your request dealt with online such as repeat prescription requests, general queries or fit to work certificates, please use eConsult.
Parents or guardians of children can also download the Healthier Together App for free onto their smartphone or through the website for instant advice on many common conditions: www.what0-18.nhs.uk/
Your local pharmacy can help with some minor ailments such as the common cold, upset stomach, or aches and pains. However, if you are getting worse or things change you can visit NHS 111 online, find your nearest Urgent Treatment Centre, or in an emergency, dial 999 or visit the emergency department.
Thank you for your understanding.
You can click here for our Practice Leaflet which provides a general overview of the Health Centres, its facilities and Clinicians. It is available to save, print and will be on display in both our waiting areas.
Practices are changing!
Services in general practice and the community are being transformed to make it easier for you to access a wider range of help from us, closer to home, by phone or online. This is part of the NHS long-term plan to offer people further choice and more joined-up healthcare. To find out more, read the information leaflet here Your practice team is here to help you.