Front of house staff crisis

Dear Patients, We would like to bring to your attention that we are currently facing a workforce crisis within our Patient Navigation (Reception) team. We have two members of staff on long-term sickness leave and two who have recently resigned. This represents a 40% loss of capacity within the team. We immediately began the recruitment

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University of Winchester (UOW)

We are the closest GP Practice to University of Winchester (UOW), just 7 minutes walk.  

Adjoined to us is a Lloyds Pharmacy which again is the closest to campus for the students. We have 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 so really understand students (young adult health needs). We feel we offer great service along with on-line appointment booking and repeat prescription for your convenience.

How to find us.  Walk down Romsey Road towards the city centre and turn left at Clifton Terrace or along St. James Terrace then into Clifton Terrace  – just before the Railway Bridge.  A stone’s throw along Clifton Terrace just past the park, known as The Arbour, you will find Alison Way. The  surgery is the first building on the right hand side just past the Lloyds Pharmacy which is attached.

You will need to register with us before we can see you as a patient. We are happy to accept your University of Winchester Student Card as proof of your residence in Winchester.

MEN ACWY from Aug 2015

Public Health England (PHE) in Aug 2015 rolled out a new vaccination programme for students re Meningitis ACWY. This vaccine protects against meningitis (inflammation of the brain) and septicaemia (blood poisoning) caused by meningococcal groups A, C, W and Y which students are at higher risk of attracting as discovered by the JCVI. We strongly encourage you make an appointment to be vaccinated against this disease keeping yourself safe. Please call 01962 853599 to make your appointment today. Further information on the vaccination programme and meningococcal disease.