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Out of Hours
On weekdays between the hours of 6.30pm and 8.00am, and all day and night at weekends and on bank holidays, services are commissioned by Fareham & Gosport Clinical Commissioning Group. If you wish to see an emergency doctor, phone the new NHS service on  111

Test Results
If any tests are taken, it is your responsibility to telephone the surgery for the results. Please only telephone between 1.00pm and 3.00pm. If you wish to discuss the results, please request a routine telephone conversation with your GP or Nurse.

Cancelling your Appointment
If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone The Whiteley Surgery on 01489 881982.

Friends and Family Test

From 1 December there will be an opportunity to undertake a survey called the ‘Friends and Family Test’.  Information and forms will be available within the surgery, alternatively you can submit the survey via our website.  Just click the link on the right hand side of the front screen ‘Friends and Family Survey’ under the ‘Have your say’ section.

Welcome to The Whiteley Surgery Online

Welcome to our surgery website.  We hope to use this site as a way of presenting our patients with an up to date resource for information relating to our practice.  We will keep it current with news, developments and details that are relevant to the practice and our patients.

 

Please note:  That with effect from 1 January 2015, our extended hours will change to a Monday evening.  The alternate Saturday mornings will remain unchanged.  Please ask Reception for further details if required.

 

EBOLA - FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE OF THIS WEBSITE

PLEASE SEE THE LATEST NEWS PAGE FOR INFORMATION REGARDING WHAT IS HAPPENING AT THE SURGERY

For more information on the DUTY CARE TEAM, please click on the Clinics & Services tab on the top left hand side. 

Due to current GP shortages, we wish to make you aware, that whilst we endeavour to meet the needs of our patients, we would ask you to help us by using the services on offer appropriately.

We are employing additional locums during this time, but with a national shortage of GPs and current vacancies in the practice we will have fewer appointments available during these months.

A new Female GP will be joining us from 1 April 2015 and we are currently trying to recruit for the forthcoming vacancy when Dr Pell retires.

We would ask you to consider the need for an appointment with us during this time, can self-help measures be used?  Could you see a Nurse rather than a GP (if that is appropriate) or could a pharmacist help?

We appreciate your support during this time.

We regret to inform our patients that Dr Judy Pell will be leaving the Partnership as of the 31st December 2014.

Please be assured all patients currently looked after by Dr Pell will continue to receive medical care from the other Doctors within the Practice.

 

The Whiteley Surgery appreciate that patients are within their rights to comment on the service they receive from healthcare professionals using the NHS Choices and Social Media websites.

 

The Whiteley Surgery strongly recommend and encourage that any patients who have legitimate issues follow a more productive complaints procedure by putting their concerns in writing either to the Practice Management Team or to the Secretary of the Whiteley Patient Participation Group, this ensures all involved have the opportunity to discuss and resolve any issues to a mutually satisfactory conclusion.

 

 

Please visit the Latest News Page for all current events and important announcements/updates.

 

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The Whiteley Surgery 

Yew Tree Drive
Whiteley
Fareham
PO15 7LB

Tel: 01489 881982

Fax: 01489 881980

 

 

FACTS ABOUT GENERAL PRACTICE

Please click on the below link for a leaflet produced by the LMC for information about General Practice.  Facts about General Practice

 


Online Prescriptions

Important: We are changing the system for ordering repeat prescriptions. Learn More...

 

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