St Paul's Surgery

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We hope you find this website both useful and informative.

We welcome any comments or suggestions about this site, or how it can be improved.

St Paul's Surgery

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Do you have a fever or feel unwell?

Have you returned from Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone or cared for someone with Ebola in the past 21 days?

If you answer YES to both the above questions then please contact the surgery immediately or call out of hours on 111 when we are closed. Please do not come into surgery unless advised by your GP as you maybe a risk to others.

For more information click here.

University of Winchester   Prescription Service

We are the closest Medical Practice to University of Winchester just 0.5 mile to Burma Road and 0.6 miles to West Downs! We offer an on-line appointment booking service too!

We can boast over 30 years of experience working with Winchester University as it is now and King Alfred’s College as it was known in the past. 

Click here for further details


Latest News   Surgery News

Have a look at our Surgery News page for current stories:

  • Ebola
  • Seasonal Flu Vaccinations - book now
  • NHS CVD Health Check's 40-74yrs
  • Contractual Requirement for Patient online Services
  • Your GP cares campaign


If you need medical attention   Patient Participation Group

'Choose' Well by choosing the right service. Click on the link to find out more information.

Click here for the Choose Well leaflet.

The short video below is all about Choosing the Right Service:

Prescription Service   BMI healthy weight calculator and tracker

If you have an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, you can download the free NHS BMI healthy weight calculator and trackerfrom the iTunes App Store. The NHS BMI healthy weight calculator and tracker makes it easy to:

  • Calculate BMI for anyone over two years old
  • Track weight and BMI over time
  • Create a separate user profile for everyone in the family
  • Set weight loss goals and get tips and advice

       Download Now

read all about it Read more about BMI and what it means for you

Not an iPhone user? No problem, you can use the BMI calculator on any device

Stop smoking support on your mobile phone   Prescription Service

If you have an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch you can download the free NHS Stop Smoking app from the iTunes App store. The NHS Stop Smoking app makes it easier to stop 
because it:

  • Provides daily support and instant tips
  • Keeps track of how much money you're saving
  • Shows how many days you've been smoke free
  • Includes a direct line to the NHS Smoking helpline
  • Provides links to local NHS Smoking Services

       Download Now

read all about it Read all about stopping smoking and get more help, advice and information.

Find NHS stop smoking support near you


Mobile Phone Website   New website for Mobile Phones and Tablets

We now have a mobile version of our Practice website.

If you use a smart phone such as an Apple iPhone, Google Android or Blackberry, or a Tablet computer you will probably be directed to the mobile version first.

If you still wish to see the desktop version of the St Paul's Surgery website there is a link at the foot of each mobile website page.

On-line Appointments and Prescriptions   Prescription Service

You can now book your appointment and order your repeat prescription online using Patient Access. Whether you are at home or work you can quickly log on to view, book and cancel appointments and order repeat prescriptions via the internet. Available 24 hours a day, it's especially useful when the practice is closed or telephone lines are busy.

Click here to go to the Patient Access website

Click here to read our Statement of Intent.


Latest News   Patient Participation Group

Did you know we have a patient participation group?

The purpose of the St Paul's Surgery PPG group is to help us access and use your ideas for new projects, and gaining your views as to how the practice can improve and develop.

Click here for further information.


From November 2014 NHS England will be utilising patient data from GP practices for the new service.

The aim of is to improve healthcare by increasing the availability of timely and accurate data to allow services to be better designed for patients.  Patient data will be combined with information from other care settings such as hospitals with the intention of improving healthcare overall and to aid research. Click here for further details.

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