Everyone must stay at home to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
You should only leave the house for 1 of 4 reasons:
Important - These 4 reasons are exceptions – even when doing these activities, you should be minimising time spent outside of the home and ensuring you are 2 metres apart from anyone outside of your household.
There is separate advice about:
Do not leave your home if you have either:
To protect others, do not go to places like a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. Stay at home.
Use the 111 online coronavirus service to find out what to do.
Only call 111 if you cannot get help online.
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The Fryern SurgeryOakmount RoadChandler's FordEastleigh, SO53 2LHTel: 023 8027 3252
Services available during Core Hours (8.00am – 6.30pm) under the NHS Contract:
As a general guideline, the Doctors are available on the following days (although this is subject to change at short notice)
Dr S Ward (M) Monday AM & PM, Wednesday AM, Friday AM
Dr M Aley (M) Tuesday & Thursday AM + PM
Dr H Phillips (F) Monday AM & PM, Wednesday AM, Thursday AM & PM
Dr F McKenna (F) Tuesday AM, Wednesday AM & PM, Friday AM & PM
Dr S Gee (M) Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday AM & PM
Dr C Burtenshaw (F) Tuesday AM & PM, Thursday AM & PM, Friday AM & PM
Dr A Ward (M) Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday AM & PM
Dr H Emery (F) Tuesday, Thursday, Friday AM
Dr A Uner (M) Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday AM & PM
Dr O Rann (F) Tuesday AM & PM, Wednesday AM, Thursday AM & PM
Dr A Murray (F) Monday AM + PM, Wednesday AM & PM
Dr C Harraway (F) Monday, Tuesday, Thursday AM & PM
For test results please telephone 023 8027 3252 between 2pm and 6:30pm Monday-Friday or between 8am and 11:30am on a Saturday. Results will only be given to the specific patient to whom they apply. In the interest of confidentiality please be prepared to identify yourself. Please do not phone for results for friends/relatives without prior arrangement (written consent may be required).
The surgery tends to be slightly quieter after 2pm and the receptionist will have more time then to deal with your enquiry. Checking results is time-consuming and requests at other times may result in you being asked to call back later.
You will need to know the specific test results that you require. Some tests take longer than others to process. If you have had several tests the receptionist will not necessarily know whether all the results are back unless you can identify them.
Please do not expect the receptionists to have any medical knowledge. They are only instructed to tell you if your test is normal. If any test is abnormal or you require further discussion or interpretation then please refer to your doctor.
We do hundreds of tests and we cannot contact you all with your results, so we leave this responsibility with you. We do, however, ensure that all test results are seen by a doctor.
If you become pregnant please telephone the surgery, the receptionists will refer you to the midwife.
The Midwife will arrange to see you. Ideally between 8 – 10 weeks of pregnancy, when she will ‘book’ you for antenatal care according to circumstances. This will normally be for delivery at Winchester Hospital but can be at Southampton if you request it. If the pregnancy is uncomplicated you will only need to attend hospital for an anomaly scan at approximately 20 weeks and for delivery.
Home deliveries are supported by the team if clinically appropriate.
The midwife will see you regularly throughout the pregnancy and for 7-14 days after the birth.
The midwife works closely with the Health Visitors who will support you and the baby after delivery. The Health Visitor will contact you antenatally to discuss the impending birth.
The doctor will see you for your six week postnatal check and will examine the newborn baby if delivered at home or under midwife care in the hospital.
The Midwife will be in regular contact with your doctor throughout your pregnancy.
The District Nursing team provide specialised nursing care to patients in their own home if they are unable to attend the surgery, such as advanced wound care and palliative care.
The team are able to assess and support patients with long term conditions providing health promotion and advice in relation to available community support services.
In addition they will visit patients requiring short term support following an acute illness or surgery to provide individualised care.
If you would like to speak to a District Nurse please phone 023 8024 7027.
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