Welcome to Lyndhurst Surgery
At Lyndhurst surgery in Hampshire the doctors and nurses take pride in offering the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare. We run many clinics for chronic disease care and offer a wide variety of other medical services such as antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and Health Checks.
The surgery is purpose built and single storey, completed in 1986. It is situated at the top of Church Lane, which is a turning off the High Street entrance to the Car Park. The Entrance and all rooms are accessible to patients in wheelchairs, and there is a disabled lavatory. Please tell the receptionist if you need any special help when you phone for an appointment
To sign up to PATIENT ACCESS please CLICK HERE
Patient Access is a secure way of ordering your REPEAT prescriptions, making some GP and phlebotomy appointments and viewing your allergies and immunisations.
To enable you to do this you need to click the link above to request a letter from the surgery giving the details you will need to register. When you collect this letter you will need to provide photographic ID. Patients can only collect forms in person and not on behalf of anyone else. It can only be done for patients over 16 years of age.
You can also download a free Patient Access App - make your appointments and order your scripts from your mobile phone or tablet.
PLEASE SEE THE LINKS BELOW IN THE ONLINE SECTION
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Responding to some recent feedback for July
“Because your computer failed to register me, I waited for over ¾ hour before anyone realised. A human being with a pen would be more efficient”.
Actions we are taking to improve:
Updating our patient check in screen which will give a new and improved service.
Receptionists/GPs to call out to the waiting room, if a patient is due, but is not visibly checked in on our computer system.
Please do let a receptionist know if you have been waiting for a long time and are worried that you have been forgotten.
(Site updated 21/07/2016)