Services We Provide
Services Available During Opening Hours Under the NHS Contract Core Services
- General management of medical conditions
- Health promotion advice
- Emergency care if appropriate
- Referral to other services, if appropriate
- Urgently required care for temporary residents
- Cervical screening
- Contraceptive and sexual health services
- Vaccinations and immunisations
- Child health surveillance
- Maternity services
- Minor surgery procedures - i.e. knee / shoulder injections
- Anticoagulation service
- Neonatal checks
- Asthma Clinic
- Diabetic Clinic
- Childhood Vaccinations
- Baby Clinic
- Slimming Clinic
- Family Planning (including coil fitting)
- Antenatal Clinic
- Learning Disability Clinic
- Coronary Heart Disease Clinic
- Phlebotomy Clinic
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Preganacy and Baby Services
Visit the NHS website for all the information you need regarding preganancy and new born babies
Non NHS Services
Some services, such as the provision of medical certificates and other forms, examinations for fitness to drive, some travel vaccines etc., are not covered by the NHS.
Medical Transport Service
If you are housebound or registered disabled and would find it difficult to get to a hospital appointment, you may be eligible for Patient Transport. Please contact reception if you think you may be eligible and need to book transport for a first hospital appointment.
The surgery staff cannot arrange patient transport but they will be able to provide you with the up to date telephone number to contact the Patient Transport Service.
If you do not fall in to this criteria, but would still struggle to take public transport, or don't have a friend or relative who is able to take you in their car, a medical transport service supported by Eastleigh Borough Council (and Hampshire County Council in Bursledon, Hamble-le-Rice and Hound) exists to provide transport to medical appointments.
This service operates seven days a week in most of the Borough and is available if you are either attending a medical appointment or visiting friends or relatives in hospital. This service will try to accommodate wheelchair users.
Around 20,000 trips have been made by the service since its launch and they have introduced new ways to book your journey which makes the service easier to use for those who are hard of hearing or have difficulty using the telephone.
You can book via mobile phone texting on 07894 684969 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note this service is separate from the surgery and from the NHS Patient Transport Service