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Novel Coronavirus

  • If you have returned from these specific areas since February 19th, you should call NHS 111 and self-isolate even if you do not have symptoms:
  • Iran
  • Specific lockdown areas in Northern Italy as designated by the Government of Italy
  • Special care zones in South Korea as designated by the Government of the Republic of South Korea
  • Hubei province (as previously noted)
  • If you have returned from these areas since February 19th and develop symptoms, however mild, you should self-isolate at home immediately and call NHS111. You do not need to self-isolate if you have no symptoms.
  • Northern Italy (defined by a line above, and not including, Pisa, Florence and Rimini),
  • Vietnam
  • Cambodia
  • Laos
  • Myanmar
  • Those who have returned from previously identified geographic areas within the past 14 days and develop symptoms, however mild, should self-isolate at home immediately and call NHS 111.

Find out more at the Government coronavirus advice page

Local Pharmacies

Please be aware we are NOT directly linked to any local Pharmacy.  any queries MUST be directed to the Pharmacy concerned.

Local Pharmacies include

AR Pharmacy, West Totton

Day Lewis, Brockenhurst 

Forest Pharmacy, Cadnam

Lloyds Pharmacy, Totton

Rowlands Pharmacy, Lyndhurst

Babies Cry. You Can Cope!

If you require non urgent medical treatment and advice when the surgery is closed you should call


For life threatening medical emergencies call 999

Measles vaccines

Due to outbreaks of measles being reported in the South of England we are recommending anyone who has not had 2 doses of the measles vaccine (known as MMR) to make an appointment with our nurse to have this done.  This is especially important if you are travelling to Romania, Italy or Germany.




Complaints and Comments

Please feel free to download our practice Comments and Complaints Leaflet - this is available in the surgery.

Complaints and Comments

Comments & Suggestions

While we aim to provide a high quality service at all times we recognise that there may be occasions when our service fall short of what you may expect from us. If you have a problem or grievance, feel free to discuss this with the doctor or staff member who is dealing with you at the time.

Any comments or criticism made by patients are regarded by us as valuable aids in sustaining and improving the quality of service that you require. If you feel that addressing your grievance with the staff involved at the time is not appropriate, please ask to speak, or send details of your complaint in writing to the practice manager, Miss Sara Robinson. You will receive an acknowledgement of your letter within two working days of receipt. The situation will be investigated and we hope to provide you with a satisfactory response within two weeks of the acknowledgement.

If you feel that you cannot raise your complaint with us, or you are dissatisfied with the result of our investigation you have two months to request an independent review.


If you're not happy with an NHS service, you can make a complaint. You should complain to the person or organisation providing the service first, such as the GP, dentist, hospital or pharmacist. Alternatively, you can complain to the commissioner of that service – either NHS England or the area  clinical commissioning group (CCG).

In general, NHS England commissions most primary care services, such as GP and dental services.  CCGs oversee the commissioning of secondary care, such as hospital care and some community services.

NHS England – PO Box 16738, Redditch, B97 9PT

Tel No 0300 311 2233 Mon-Fri 8-6pm

CCG – Omega House, 112 Southampton Road, Eastleigh, Hants SO50 5PB

Tel No: 02380 627600



ICAS is a national service that supports people who want to make a complaint about their NHS Care or treatment. Your local ICAS service can be found on

35 Southgate Street, Winchester SO23 9EH

01962 855575


The Health Service Ombudsman

The Health Service Ombudsman has published a booklet that describes the ‘six principles for remedy’ in relation to complaints handling and involves:

  1. Getting it right
  2. Being customer focused
  3. Being open and accountable
  4. Acting fairly and proportionately
  5. Putting things right
  6. Seeking continuous improvements

If you remain unhappy after everything has been done to try to resolve your concern or complaint you have the right to approach the Ombudsman.

Tel: 0345 015 4033 or


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