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Welcome to Brockhurst Medical Centre Website

Brockhurst Medical Centre in Gosport provides the highest quality healthcare to patients in the area. Our doctors, nurses and all our other staff are dedicated to offering a professional service and this surgery website will help us to keep all our patients up to date with news and information about our practice.   The practice are members of the Fareham and Gosport CCG http://www.farehamandgosportccg.nhs.uk/

 

 

 

Practice History

Brockhurst is a long and well established practice in the Gosport area. The practice actually began at the end of the 19th century with a surgery in the High Street, was transferred to our current premises in 1952 and extended to the existing building in 1989.

We are currently actively seeking to recruit new GPs for the Practice.

We have 2 Nurse Practitioners working with us currently.  They will be seeing suitable patients - see Further Information about Nurse Practitioner/Prescribers

Disabled Access

There is access at the rear of the building and an entry intercom that can be used if you should need any help entering the building.  There is limited parking in the Practice car park for our disabled patients as well as special toilet facilities.  All our consultation and treatment rooms are on the ground floor. 

Please advise the reception staff if  you have any communication difficulty i.e. deafness or any visual problems, our staff will help in any way they can to ensure you realise your name has been called or guide you through to the consulting rooms.  We have a baby change facility available.

NEW Information about planned Data Sharing/Extraction  - Please see links to documents below: Patient Information Leaflet   Patient Poster    Patient FAQs

PPG - PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP

 

Are you interested in finding out more about our Practice and the development of local health services?

 

We are still actively seeking more patients to join our small friendly group.    We are looking for people of any age, gender or background to attend a regular Practice meeting to take part in discussions regarding the Practice and development of local health services. 

 

The group will meet at the Practice 4 times a year.  Our next meeting is planned for 3 September at 5.30pm  Meetings last about an hour and a half.  If you would be interested in finding out more or would like an informal chat about this please contact:   Sally Crooks - Practice Manager - 023 9258 3564

pdfPatient Group Report 2013/14

For further information about patient groups please go to- http://www.napp.org.uk/

http://www.farehamandgosportccg.nhs.uk/listening-to-you.htm

http://www.farehamandgosportccg.nhs.uk/patient-participation-groups.htm

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