Below we offer extended appointment times for commuters or those not able to attend the surgery during normal hours. Please note these times are when the surgery is open but not the phone lines.
Monday 18:00 to 19:00 with GP or a nurse.
Friday 07:30 to 08:30 with GP or a nurse.
Saturday 09:00 to 11:00 with one of our GPs on a rota basis (please note our telephone lines are not open within these times)
On the 1st June 2019, The Southern Hampshire Primary Care Alliance went live with new streamlined service for patients in the Fareham and Gosport and South East Hampshire CCG areas. This service provides pre-bookable GP extended access appointments as well as urgent out of hours GP and Acute Practitioner appointments. What this means is greater availability of appointments outside of core working hours in order to address the health needs of the general public particularly useful for workers with little flexibility.
Five centralised hubs located in Fareham, Gosport, Portchester, Waterlooville, and Petersfield will operate on different evenings and weekends in order to enable patients from our 38 member practices to access appointments they may not ordinarily be able to attend due to work commitments, etc. In response to local patient and stakeholder feedback, a sixth hub is being trialed in Bordon from the 1st August. Please ask reception if you would like to book an appointment in GPEA.
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