Morning surgery appointments start from 8.30am - 12 noon (Mon- Fri)
Evening surgery appointments start from 3.00 – 6.00pm ( Mon-Fri)
Extended Hrs (Tuesday & Wednesday ) 6:30 – 8:00pm
Routine Appointments can be made in advance by telephoning 8061 2197 ,or by calling in at reception or online. Emergency appointments are bookable on the day at 8am or 1:30pm by ringing the surgery on 02380 612197. If you are unable to keep any appointment you have made, please let us know as soon as possible so we can offer the appointment to someone else. The days the doctors normally work are shown here, but when any one of the doctors is away, this will change.
Please note you can book up to two weeks ahead for doctors appointments and 4 weeks for nurses appointments.
Patients calling out of hours at night (6.30pm to 8.00am) and at the weekend – if you require urgent medical assistance which cannot wait until the surgery re-opens, please hang up and call 1-1-1. Call to the NHS 111 service are free from both landlines and mobiles.
If you have a life threatening emergency please dial 999.
ROYAL SOUTH HANTS MINOR INJURY UNIT
Royal South Hants Hospital
Level B, Brintons Terrace
Telephone: 0333 999 7613
The unit can help with the following:-
- Stitch and close wounds
- Remove splinters
- Remove foreign bodies from ears, noses etc
- Dress minor wounds, cuts and grazes
- Apply plaster of paris to broken limbs
- X-ray arms and legs (over 2 years old)
- Sprains and strains
- Broken bones to arms, lower leg and feet
- Wound infections
- Minor burns
- Minor head injuries
- Insect and animal bites
- Minor eye injuries
- Minor injuries to back, shoulder and chest
Patients do not need to make an appointment, just turn up during opening hours which are: Monday-Friday 7.30am-10.00pm, weekends and Bank Holidays 8.00am-10.00pm (last patient accepted at 9.30pm). Patients are treated in order of priority rather than order of attendance.
Please note the minor injury unit is NOT ABLE to help with the following:-
- Chest pain
- Breathing difficulties
- Major injuries
- Severe stomach pains
- Pregnancy related conditions/problems
- Severe allergic reactions
- Alcohol related problems
- Conditions likely to require hospital admission
For these conditions, you should attend your local emergency department, or dial 9-9-9.