This surgery website is used to present all our patients with up to date news and information about our practice. We will keep it current with any developments or other details that we feel are relevant to you.
As well as a source of information about our practice, the staff and the services we provide, we hope you will use this website as a useful resource for other health-related information. Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you like. We can use your ideas to improve our online services and further develop the content of this site.
Introducing Patient Access
The Beggarwood Surgery is pleased to offer patients the opportunity to have online access to a summary view of their medical record including - Summary, Medications, Immunisations and Allergies.
If you wish to express your interest in this service, you will need to contact the surgery on 01256 396500
The surgery will then provide you with a form detailing your "Registration details". You will need to collect this form from the Reception desk (this cannot be posted to you). We will also need to see photo ID and a utility bill or similar.
Before you can use your "Patient Access" account, you will need to register the account by providing some personal information, including name, date of birh and choosing a password. Full details on how to do this will be explained on the form, mentioned above.
You can "Register" and "Log" into Patient Access by clicking on the icon below."
The surgery is open Monday to Friday 8.30am to 6.00pm.
Access for the Disabled
The Practice has access for wheelchair users. Disabled toilet facilities are available. There is a lift for access to services on the first floor.
The Practice has access to Audio Frequency Induction Loop for the hard of hearing.
The Surgery has access to an interpreting service.
Your GP Cares (Item from the BMA)
The environment in which GPs are striving to provide services is increasingly challenging.
The burning issues are:
- An increased demand on general practice caused by demographic changes, more complex health needs and some care moving out of hospitals is all contributing to unsustainable pressures on GP services.
- Based on the current number of doctors working as GPs, and the staff who support them in the general practice team, there are simply not enough hours in the day to meet everyone’s needs.
- Practices are struggling to recruit to vacant posts in their practices and to find locum cover so that patients can still be seen if a colleague is sick or absent.
- The increasing demand and workload pressures are leading to low morale and stress causing many GPs to leave the profession or to consider early retirement.
- Many GP practice buildings are old and need investment to create more room for patients to be seen or simply to make them fit for purpose.
- GPs and their practice teams must have greater support to deliver high quality services that meet the requirements of all their local patients.
Please "click" on the link below to watch the GP Cares video:
Introducing Online Appointments!
The Beggarwood Surgery are now offering our patients the choice of booking routine GP appointments online with effect from Monday 28 May 2012.
Please note that you will need to register for this service by clicking on the button below or contacting the surgery on 01256 396500.
Upon registration, you will be issued with your unique Login and Password details. This information must be collected from the Surgery Reception, before you can begin to use this service.
This service allows you to book and cancel appointments online, at your own convenience and leisure.
You can still book and cancel appointments over the telephone or in the surgery.
The Friends and Family Test
The Beggarwood Surgery are now offering patients the opportunity to complete a small patient survey, The Friends and Family Test.
To complete this survey, please click on the "icon" below.
Public and Patient Consultation on In-hours Urgent Care Services
This survey has been compiled to collect the views of the public and patients regarding the development of a new In-hours Urgent Care (IHUC) service. By the term "In-hours", we mean that period of the day from 08:00 am to 6:30 pm, Monday to Friday. The objectives of the service will be the improvement of patient access and accompanying speed of access to on-the-day consultation, which will in turn:
- reduce footfall at the local A&E from patients who should be seen in primary care; and
- free up more GP time to concentrate on the case management of older patients and those with more complex needs, so as to reduce the number of avoidable conveyances and emergency admissions to acute hospital facilities.
We hope that you will take this opportunity to contribute to our work so that our solution is correctly tailored to reflect the views and expectations of our local population. Once developed, we aspire to test the new service in a small number of geographically close practices to prove the concept, before extending the scheme to cover the whole population of patients registered with a GP practice in the North Hampshire locality. This delivery will be affected through a single hub operating on behalf of the selected practices: when fully deployed across the locality we expect to operate the service from 3 or more hubs to minimise travel distance for patients.
The survey should only take a few minutes to complete and we appreciate you taking the time to help us get it right! Your responses will be treated in the strictest confidence; they will only be used to help shape our IHUC service offering and will not be shared with any other organisation. Please click on the link below to get started.
(Site updated 15/07/2015)