We hope that you will find this website helpful in planning the services you may require from us. On registering with our practice you will be invited to attend for a new patient health check so that we may have some background information on you pending the arrival of your medical record (which may take a few weeks).
The new, simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services on your smartphone or tablet.
What the NHS App does
- Check your symptoms
- Find out what to do when you need help urgently
- Book and manage appointments at your GP surgery
- Order repeat prescriptions
- Securely view your GP medical record
- Register to be an organ donor
- Choose how the NHS uses your data
ROUTINE APPOINTMENTS WILL NOW BE RELEASED AT 9am DAILY
Phone lines will be open from 8:00am for URGENT calls only.
If you need to book a routine appointment, please call after 9:00am once these have been released.
Suspicious Phone Calls
We are hearing reports across the region of patients being contacted by telephone by callers stating "This is your surgery calling..." or similar. The caller then goes on to ask for confirmation of personal data - name, address, date of birth etc. before talking about the need for a health check and possibly arranging an appointment for this. These bogus callers are trying to extract enough information from you to be able to steal your identity.
It is always possible we might ring you for some reason but we will identify ourselves as Stubbington Surgery or Medical Practice and tell you who is calling and why. I know the telephone number will not display but if you have ANY reason to think it isn't really us, ask the caller for a piece of information from your record that only they could know or access. This could be the last date you came for an appointment, the name of a regular medication or something of that kind. Or ask if you can call us back and the name of the person you should ask for.
BE SUSPICIOUS, PLEASE BE CAREFUL.
Phlebotomy Services:Message for Patients
The way blood taking services are provided across the Fareham & Gosport are is changing to help ensure more patients can have appointments at a convenient time.
From 1st October 2018:
- If your GP or nurse at your surgery has asked you to have a blood test, this will be done at the surgery.
- If your hospital consultant has asked you to have a blood test, this will not usually be done at your GP practice. See the ‘Blood Tests’ tab for the choice of clinics available to you.
- If you already have blood tests done at home, you will not be affected as these services will continue.
If you are collecting a prescription that contains controlled drugs, you will need to provide photographic ID.
If you are collecting on behalf of a friend or family member, you will need to show your own ID and state your relationship to the patient when signing for their item.
Our aims are to prevent ill health, improve the wellbeing of our patients, work with our local Commissioning group and other integrated health teams to provide services that improve local health outcomes, and reduce admissions to secondary care.
NHS Health Check Patient Satisfaction Survey
Aged 40 to 74? Take up your free NHS Health Check: contact your GP
Even more people in Hampshire are now taking up this offer – simply ring your GP and ask for your health check. It costs nothing and is easy to arrange. The receptionist will explain more.
Visit www.hants.gov.uk/healthcheck for more information
Once you have had a NHS Health Check we would be grateful if you would complete this short survey.
Freedom of Information
Click here to download our Practice's Freedom of Information Act 2000 Publication Scheme
(We are required to make this available under the terms of the Act)
All patients have a named/allocated GP. This is your usual doctor. If you need to find out who this is, please ask at Reception.
There are two parking spaces for disabled drivers at the surgery: one at the front and one at the rear of the building. Other drivers should use one of the three local car parks.
Please do not leave vehicles parked outside the surgery! Access to the residence in Park Lane is required at all times and ambulances must be able to get to the rear of the building.
Mothers who wish to breastfeed their babies while visiting the surgery may do so in privacy. Please ask at reception and a room will be made available.