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 Important Notices from Wickham Surgery.

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

SURGERY CLOSURES

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SURGERY WILL BE CLOSED ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:-

MONDAY 1ST MAY ALL DAY FOR THE BANK HOLIDAY

WEDNESDAY 10TH MAY 12.30-1.30PM FOR STAFF TRAINING

MONDAY 29TH MAY ALL DAY FOR THE BANK HOLIDAY

DR EMMA WILLIAMS LEAVING ANNOUNCEMENT

We would like to regretfully inform you that with effect from Thursday 11th May Dr Emma Williams will be leaving Wickham Surgery to pursue a new avenue in her medical career.

It has been wonderful to have Dr Williams at the Surgery and we appreciate how dedicated she has been to the Surgery and her patients.  We wish her well and every success in her new endeavour and future challenges.

 

FOR THE ATTENTION OF ALL CARERS

West Hampshire CCG is looking at ways in which it can enhance its offer of psychological support to carers of people with long term conditions.

 

We have constructed a short survey to try and gather some views from carers about the impact that caring has on their mental and physical health.

If you would like to offer some feedback and help improve the information and support services for cares please click on the link below and complete the short survey:-

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/LKL2MSY

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 the link below:-

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

Walking works - did you know walking reduces blood pressure?

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

  

(Site updated 26/04/2017)
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