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Message for Dr de Verteuil patients: Due to demand, Dr de Verteuil is now running a Monday morning cardiology clinic. This means that he will not be in surgery until the afternoon on a Monday. Dr Calvert will be seeing Dr de Verteuils patients on a Tuesday morning to compensate for this - please feel free to book in and see her.

Welcome back to Dr Inglis from her maternity leave! - Online appointments can now be booked.

We are aware that patients of Dr Tarn are not able to book appointments online at this time. This is because she is currently on maternity leave.  Dr Tarn is planning to return in the spring. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and politely ask that you telephone the surgery to make appointments in the meantime.

The surgery has begun trialling a triage service with the GPs. For more information please see our appointments section here

This Surgery is taking part in an important national project about diabetes care and treatment in the NHS. The project is called the National Diabetes Audit (NDA). For more information, click here

 

Did you know?.......

Milestone Surgery now has a Clinical Pharmacist working within the practice 3 days a week. Jo will be assisting the practice to deal with prescription queries and will have telephone appointments on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. If patients have questions about their medication it may well be appropriate to ask for one of these appointments rather than a doctors telephone appointment. Please note that these appointments are not to be used for merely requesting repeat prescriptions.

Jo will also be starting to see patients with hypertension here at the surgery in the near future.

For information on how to keep well over the winter period and for information on the services available please see the CCGs latest Winter Wellness leaflet.

Did you know that it was Antibiotic Awareness Day on 18th November 2016 - You can find lots of information here :http://treatyourselfbetter.com/

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Access

All consulting rooms are on the ground floor, with easy wheelchair access. The foyer has two toilets (one for the disabled). A nappy changing area is also provided in one of the toilets

Please note that no animals are allowed in the surgery. Only assistance animals for the disabled are allowed.

Parking

Parking for the surgery is limited, for staff, disabled and infirm patients. There is ample parking in the Kingsmead multi-storey car park on the other side of The Farnborough Road (A325). The entrance to the car park is on the Kingsmead road which runs in front of Sainsbury's. Alternatively, there is some parking next to the shops on the Farnborough Road as you approach Milestone Surgery.

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