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INFORMATION on 0 to 18 years health. Very useful site http://www.what0-18.nhs.uk/

Dr Abbie Lear - We are delighted to announce that Dr Lear, who was previously with us as a trainee has re-joined the practice to complete her training. She will be working three days a week, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

LEARNING DISABILITY FRIENDLY. We have been awarded Learning Disability Friendly status. This means all our staff have completed appropriate training and the clinical services that we provide for patients with Learning Disabilities have been recognised by our commissioners as being of a very high standard.

EAR WAX REMOVAL SERVICE. We are now hosting a private ear wax removal service. To book an appointment click here

Do you want information on local healthcare support services? If so Mid Hampshire Directory of Services is the best place to start.

GET HAMPSHIRE WALKING. A new initiative to promote walking locally. For more information download the leaflet Health Walks A5 leaflet Final.pdf. And for more information on fitness classes and activities in general click here

CQC - Last Inspection 1 November 2017 - Report now published. click here

Charlton Hill Surgery Charitable Trust. see link on right hand side of this page for more details.

oohWHEN THE SURGERY IS CLOSED

Provision of services outside surgery hours is the responsibility of NHS Hampshire.

THE OUT OF HOURS SERVICE TELEPHONE NUMBER IS - 111

When calling, you will be asked to provide your personal details and some basic information about your problem. Please ensure that you have full details of any medication you are taking when you call.

The Out of Hours Service is not designed for the request/ collection of repeat prescriptions.


OUT OF HOURS CHECKLIST

Is the problem life threatening or a medical emergency?
This includes loss of consciousness, severe chest pain, heavy blood loss, severe head injuries and severe difficulty in breathing. If so call 999 for an ambulance.

Is the problem urgent?
If the problem is urgent and you feel you may need to see a healthcare professional call the Out of Hours Service on: 111. You will speak to a healthcare professional who will assess whether you need to:

  • Treat yourself at home
  • Go to a Primary Care Centre
  • Have a home visit from a healthcare professional

Do you need help and advice?
If you are not sure how urgent the problem is and feel you need expert help and advice call NHS 111. Trained staff will be able to advise you on how to treat yourself at home or refer you to the appropriate service.

 
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