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To All Patients..

We are changing the way we book our appointments.

As of Monday, the 3rd December 2018, all appointments will be booked at Dibden Purlieu.

Please continue to use the current appointment number for:

Marchwood 02380 871233

Dibden Purlieu 02380 844546

Thank you for your understanding

Alternative Appointments at TPAL - (The Practice at Lymington)

Prescribing of ‘over the counter’ medicines is changing

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We currently have a number of surveys on our website.  If you have experienced problems with ear wax, cataracts or knee pain please see our survey here .  We would like to hear from you about the extended hours hubs in your local area here and if you have been referred to a hospital or other healthcare service please complete our survey here.

All our current surveys are on our website:

The latest NHS England bulletin is available here

Alternative Appointments at TPAL - (The Practice at Lymington)

If we cannot accommodate your needs by having an available appointment at a time when you are able to get to surgery (due to working out of area) then you can contact TPAL to see if they have an available appointment to see a doctor or nurse. You can contact them on 01590 630545. There opening times are:-

  • Monday - Friday 16:00 - 20:00
  • Saturday - 0800 - 16:00
  • Sunday - 10:00 - 14:00

They are situated at Lymington Hospital within the Minor Injuries Unit.

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West Hampshire CCG annual review

West Hampshire CCG is carrying out its annual review of patient satisfaction with healthcare providers in west Hampshire. We want to hear about when you or your family last used services at our hospitals in Winchester, Andover and Southampton, Bournemouth, Salisbury or Portsmouth, or the health care provided in the community, such as physiotherapy or community nurses.

Please help us by completing the following survey:

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Please complete our latest patient survey to help


Do you need help to stop smoking?

Quit4Life, Hampshire’s free NHS stop smoking service, offers friendly support, including advice on e-cigarettes and stopping smoking without putting on weight. They can also supply safe and effective stop smoking products for up to 12 weeks. Go to or ring 0845 602 4663 for more information.

Increase smoker self-referrals to Quit4Life and reduce the strain on your surgery.

Encouraging your patients to access our help to quit will lead to shorter and fewer GP consultations, improved patient health and lower practice costs.

Quit4Life can also provide:

  • Slides for your waiting room screens
  • Information to include in your annual letter to smokers
  • Small Quit4Life cards for each GP to keep on their desk
  • Service leaflets about Quit4Life to put on display
  • Posters giving local access points for support

Please contact us if you would like any of the above.


The prevention of ill health forms a large part of West Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Groups Five Year Plan looking at increasing the prevention of ill health.

  • This is by simply promoting Walking for the Good of Your Health.
  • The Health Benefits are directed at the whole population.
  • Walking can help reduce, slow down and even prevent Chronic Disease
  • The NHS is buckling under its current pressures
  • You could help change that!
  • Walking 30 minutes or more daily can benefit in most cases

The West Hampshire walking scheme based on the work of Dr William Bird, GP from Reading who has undertaken research identifying the health and wellbeing benefits of exercise and connection with the outside environment. This work will tie in with local authority, Sports Council and other agency walking schemes.

  • Your breathing
  • Your joints
  • Your muscle tone
  • Your weight
  • Your mood
  • Which in turn could help reduce chronic disease

You could Help Us to Help You By!

  • Keeping Active – Helps to Prevent Disease
  • Tapping into local walking Groups – Could Help Prevent loneliness and Isolation
  • By Encouraging Family and Friends – Is Targeting Whole Communities
  • Advertising Getting Hampshire Walking – Means More People Can Benefit From Better Health
  • Help Reduce NHS Bills – Means We are all Helping to Promote a Sustainable NHS Health Service

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