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BOOK YOUR FLU JAB NOW, BOTH VACCINES ARE IN STOCK AND APPOINTMENTS ARE AVAILABLE.


Please let us know if you need any information on this website, or in any of our communications with you, in an alternative format.


We would like to send our congratulations to Dr Kiri Grant on her recent marriage.  She will now be working under her married name of Dr Kiri Kilbane.


Surgery Closure

The Surgery will close the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 12.30pm -1.30pm for staff training.  The Dispensary will be closed every Wednesday from 12.30pm - 1pm.


3 Month free membership to Weight Watchers

Hampshire county council and Weight Watchers are working together and are inviting residents of Hampshire to join Weight Watchers for 3 months.   Click the link below for more information:-

https://www.weightwatchers.com/uk/Hampshire


Get Hampshire Walking

Wickham Surgery is supporting a campaign to get people walking more.  Physical activity has a positive impact on health and happiness and even small changes can make a difference.

For more information on this campaign please click on the link below:-

https://www.westhampshireccg.nhs.uk/gethampshirewalking

Walking works - did you know walking reduces blood pressure?

Hampshire county council have also organised "Health Walks" in our local area.  Please see the attached poster for more details:-

Health Walk List 2018


WICKHAM SURGERY - PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP

Dear Wickham Surgery Patient

It has been the desire for some time for the practice to establish a face to face representative group of patients to form what is known as a Patient Participation Group (PPG). Please read the attached letter which outlines our plan to get this group up and running and also gives instructions on how to become a member of this group.

Letter inviting patients to join our PPG group

 

 

 

 

 

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