Your Surgery2020-09-11T11:16:56+00:00

01243 37 88 12

Call Emsworth Surgery

Who should get the flu vaccine?

01243 378812

By appointment only

the earliest you will be offered a flu vaccination is November. providing there is sufficient vaccine.

Please note that, if you are aged between 50 and 64 and not in a clinical at risk group,

With Covid 19, it is even more important than ever to have your flu vaccination

Online E-Consult

Quick Message

E Consult Prescription request

Prescription Request

Contraception Review Online

Asthma Review Online

Hypertension Review Online

Skin Rash / Lesion Review

Child health information

Important information for COVID UPDATES below:

Emsworth Surgery Autumn Quack 2020

Please click the header to open

Emsworth Surgery 2021 Flu updates

Please note that, if you are aged between 50 and 64 and not in a clinical at risk group, the earliest you will be offered a flu vaccination is November, providing there is sufficient vaccine. 

No appointments will be offered for people in this age group until then. This is to ensure that those who are most at risk are vaccinated first.   

 If you are aged 50 to 64 and are in a clinical ‘at risk’ group which is eligible for the flu vaccination you will be invited earlier.’ 

            Emsworth Surgery Urgent Quack  June 2020  Community Update.  

Emsworth Surgery remains well prepared to help our community throughout the COVID-19 global pandemic.

When we are very low on reception staff we may have to close for an hour between 1230-1330.

Our inner door is now controlled on an intercom.

We are all in this together.

The overwhelming majority of our community have been so kind, supportive and understanding.

However, any behaviour that makes our staff threatened, or upset is simply not acceptable, please bear this in mind.

Covid 19 Update And See ADVICE RECOMMENDED TODAY

Statement from NHS in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. 

What to do if you suspect Covid 19?

All COVID-19 concerns should still initially be directed through the 111online coronavirus service https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19/

How are we working to help keep us all as safe as possible?

Our new ways of working are now more bedded in, thank you for using online and remote options where possible.

Use of e-consult is 10 times higher than, so thank you for changing the way you access your surgery. Doctors and Nurses are working remotely where possible and a huge proportion of our work is now being managed safely, and satisfactorily online, over the phone, or via video consult.

PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY BEFORE YOU HAVE CALLED US.

Please continue to consider if your request could wait until our health system is under less pressure.

If it cannot wait then we will do our absolute best to help (either phone or face-to-face) with any of our clinical staff.

Sincerely, and on behalf of

The Partners & The Whole Team

Emsworth Surgery

The Emsworth Alliance volunteers are kindly offering to help support those patients having to self isolate and sheild themselves, please click above to see how they may be able to help you

The information below is NHS advice for those patients who are recommended to shield from covid-19

The safest course of action is for you to stay at home at all times and avoid all face-to-face contact for at least twelve weeks from today, except from carers and healthcare workers who you must see as part of your medical care.

This will protect you by stopping you from coming into contact with the virus.

If you are in touch with friends, family or a support network in your community who can support you to get food and medicine, follow the advice in this letter. If you do not have contacts who can help support you go to www.gov.uk/coronavirus-extremely-vulnerable or call 0800 0288327, the Government’s dedicated helpline.

If, at any point, you think you have developed symptoms of coronavirus, such as a new, continuous cough and/or high temperature (above 37.8 °C), seek clinical advice using the NHS 111 online coronavirus service (https://111.nhs.uk/covoid-19/). If you do not have access to the internet, call NHS 111. Do this as soon as you get symptoms.

You, or the person you care for, should:

  • strictly avoid contact with someone who is displaying symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19). These symptoms include high temperature (above 37.8 °C) and/or a new and continuous cough
  • not leave your home
  • not attend any gatherings. This includes gatherings of friends and families in private spaces e.g. family homes, weddings and religious services
  • not go out for shopping, leisure or travel. When arranging food or medication deliveries, these should be left at the door to minimise contact
  • keep in touch using remote technology such as phone, internet, and social media
  • use telephone or online services to contact your GP or other essential services
  • regularly wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds. Ask carers or support workers who visit your home to do the same.

The rest of your household should support you to stay safe and stringently follow guidance on social distancing, reducing their contact outside the home. In your home, you should:

  • minimise the time you spend with others in shared spaces (kitchen, bathroom and sitting areas) and keep shared spaces well ventilated
  • aim to keep 2 metres (3 steps) away from others and encourage them to sleep in a different bed where possible • use separate towels and, if possible, use a separate bathroom from the rest of the household, or clean the bathroom after every use
  • avoid using the kitchen when others are present, take your meals back to your room to eat where possible, and ensure all kitchenware is cleaned thoroughly.  If the rest of your household are able to follow this guidance, there is no need for them to take the full protective measures to keep you safe

You will still get the medical care you need during this period. We are considering alternative options for managing your care and will be in touch if any changes are needed. Your hospital care team will be doing the same. We also advise that:

  1. Carers and support workers who come to your home

Any essential carers or visitors who support you with your everyday needs can continue to visit, unless they have any of the symptoms of coronavirus. All visitors should wash their hands with soap and water for 20 seconds, on arrival and often.

It is also a good idea to speak to your carers about what happens if one of them becomes unwell. If you need help with care but you’re not sure who to contact please visit www.gov.uk/coronavirus-extremely-vulnerable

  1. Medicines that you routinely take

The government is helping pharmacies to deliver prescriptions. Prescriptions will continue to cover the same length of time as usual. If you do not currently have your prescriptions collected or delivered, you can arrange this by:

  • Asking someone who can pick up your prescription from the local pharmacy, (this is the best option, if possible)
  • Contacting your pharmacy to ask them to help you find a volunteer (who will have been ID checked) or deliver it to you

You may also need to arrange for collection or delivery of hospital specialist medication that is prescribed to you by your hospital care team.

  1. Planned GP practice appointments

Wherever possible, we will provide care by phone, email or online. But if we decide you need to be seen in person, we will contact you to arrange your visit to the surgery or a visit in your home.

  1. Planned hospital appointments

NHS England have written to your hospital to ask them to review any ongoing care that you have with them. It is possible that some clinics and appointments will be cancelled or postponed. Your hospital or clinic will contact you if any changes need to be made to your care or treatment. Otherwise you should assume your care or treatment is taking place as planned. Please contact your hospital or clinic directly if you have any questions about a specific appointment.

  1. Support with daily living

Please discuss your daily needs during this period of staying at home with carers, family, friends, neighbours or local community groups to see how they can support you. If you do not have anyone who can help you, please visit www.gov.uk/coronavirus-extremely-vulnerable

This letter is evidence, for your employer, to show that you cannot work outside the home. You do not need to get a fit note from your GP. If you need help from the benefit system visit https://www.gov.uk/universal-credit

  1. Urgent medical attention

If you have an urgent medical question relating to your existing medical condition, or the condition of the person you are caring for please contact us, or your specialist hospital care team, directly. Where possible, you will be supported by phone or online. If your clinician decides you need to be seen in person, the NHS will contact you to arrange a visit in your home, or where necessary, treatment in hospital.

To help the NHS provide you with the best care if you need to go to hospital as a result of catching coronavirus, we ask that you prepare a single hospital bag. This should include your emergency contact, a list of the medications you take (including dose and frequency), any information on your planned care appointments and things you would need for an overnight stay (snacks, pyjamas, toothbrush, medication etc). If you have an advanced care plan, please include that.

  1. Looking after your mental well-being

We understand that this may be a worrying time and you may find staying at home and having limited contact frustrating. At times like these, it can be easy to fall into unhealthy patterns of behaviour, which can make you feel worse.  Simple things you can do to stay mentally and physically active during this time include:

  • look for ideas for exercises to do at home on the NHS website
  • spend time doing things you enjoy – reading, cooking and other indoor hobbies
  • try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals, drink enough water, exercise regularly, and try to avoid smoking, alcohol and recreational drugs
  • try spending time with the windows open to let in fresh air, arranging space to sit and see a nice view (if possible) and get some natural sunlight. Get out into the garden or sit on your doorstep if you can, keeping a distance of at least 2 metres from others

You can find additional advice and support from Every Mind Matters (www.nhs.uk/oneyou/every-mind-matters/) and the NHS mental health and wellbeing advice website (www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/).

Further information on coronavirus, including guidance from Public Health England, can be found on the www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

and www.gov.uk/coronavirus  websites.

Find out more about how to use E consult

Adding Images

Econsult templates differ and if you have a rash or a lesion which you would like to send a photo of to your doctor please navigate to the Link for Skin – Then RASH. Even if you do not have a rash this is the simplest way of getting a photo to us, Please complete as much information as possible and then upload your photos. The Doctor will then review and will either contact you back through email or contact you.

Click here to send us an E Consult and attach a photo

Advice for Asthmatics During COVID Pandemic

Advice for COPD Patients During Covid Pandemic

Do I need a new inhaler?

We are getting lots of requests for asthma inhalers in patients that haven’t had any for years, and also requests for ‘rescue packs’ for COVID. These requests are coming from patients with chronic lung problems in general – not just asthma. This is inappropriate and not backed up by any evidence. The Asthma UK COVID-19 page is a great resource to get advice and support. (https://www.asthma.org.uk/advice/triggers/coronavirus-covid-19/)

Information for Diabetics during COVID Pandemic

ALL PATIENTS TAKING  the medications listed below for Diabetes should follow the advice set out below

Empagliflozin / Dapagliflozin / Canagliflozin for control alongside their insulin are at particularly high risk of complications if admitted with Covid-related symptoms.

  • People with type 1 diabetes and adjunctive SGLT2 inhibitor use should be advised to STOP it immediately (even if well) and rely on higher dose insulin for the short to intermediate term
  • People with Type 2 Diabetes treated with insulin who have previously experienced ketoacidosis during illness should similarly be advised to STOP it immediately
  • People with Type 2 Diabetes on oral agents can continue to take SGLT2 inhibitors if well but should stop immediately if they develop Covid-related symptoms
  • People without diabetes (or with pre-diabetes) who have high cardiovascular risk and have been offered SGLT2 inhibition as a cardiovascular risk reduction strategy should STOP it immediately (even if well)
  • No patient admitted to hospital with Covid-related symptoms should be prescribed an SGLT2 inhibitor

Please find the quick links below to mental health support but more information remains on our mental health page giving information for all age groups,

Find out more about mental health support around Emsworth

Child and adolescent Mental health

Child and adolescent Mental health support
Mental health information A-Z Hampshire

Adults and over 18’s With Mental Health concern

Are you or someone you know experiencing a crisis and need urgent mental health support? Call 111 or visit www.111.nhs.uk and speak to the NHS Mental Health Triage Service.

 

Our NHS 111 mental health triage service provides advice, support and guidance, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for anyone living in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

The Mental Health Triage Team has a wide range of skills, including on the phone brief psychological support and has access to key services and organisations that can offer mental health support to people in their time of need.

This service can also be also used by GPs and other healthcare professionals, the emergency services, mental health charities and any other organisations that come into contact with people experiencing a mental health crisis.

The Mental Health Triage Service can be accessed by phone by dialling 111 and online at www.111.nhs.uk.

If you are experiencing a life threatening emergency, please call 999.

Stop Domestic Abuse Support

Domestic Abuse Support

IRISi Gender Based Violence Support

Violence or Abusive Behaviour

Refuge   

National domestic Abuse helpline
Safeguarding information for Hamphire

Click below to find out more about childhood illness and how you can help at home:

Vacancies

Useful links

E‐Consult is a new service being launched in August which enables patients to access 24/7 medical advice via the Practice website.

This provides self‐help guides and videos about the most common General Practice conditions, symptom checkers and signposting to other services and it also provides eConsults.This allows   patients to submit a condition based questionnaire to the GP for a response by the end of the next working day with feedback and treatment options.  This service is not for urgent problems and unfortunately is not available to those under the age of 18.

In 2014, a six‐month study examined the benefits of providing e‐Consult to 133,000 patients and resulted in a 400‐hour reduction in GP appointment time.E‐Consult has shown that 60% of patients were able to resolve their health concerns without visiting a GP. The features and benefits of e‐Consult are:‐

♦ Significant improvements in patient access to their GP

♦ Better health outcomes through earlier detection of significant symptoms and earlier intervention

♦ Better Practice efficiency with more focused use of clinical capacity, shorter waiting times and fewer requests for GP appointments

♦ Reduced attendance at urgent care settings such as walk‐in centres or A&E

♦ A safe, convenient way for patients to self‐manage or consult with their own GP

EmsworthWestbourne
Monday0800 – 18300800 – 1730
Tuesday0800 – 18300800 – 1730
Wednesday0800 – 18300800 – 1230
Thursday0800 – 18300800 – 1730
Friday0800 – 18300800 – 1230

Additional extended opening hours are offered weekly for routine appointments as follows:

Wednesday to Friday            7.30am to 8.00 am

Monday to Thursday              6.30pm to 7.30pm

CQC – What standards you have a right to expect from the regulation of your GP practice

The Care Quality Commission

CQC Report July 2015

(CQC) are the independent regulator of health and adult social care services in England. They make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and encourage services to improve.

They monitor, inspect and regulate services to make sure they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety then publish their findings, including performance ratings to help people choose care.

They also protect the interests of vulnerable people, including those whose rights are restricted under the Mental Health Act. They put the views, experiences, health and wellbeing of people who use services at the centre of their work, and have a range of powers they can use to take action if people are getting for care.By law, all GP practices in England must make sure that the care and treatment they provide meet national standards of quality and safety. The CQC register GP practices if they can show them that they are meeting these standards.

If GP practices are not registered with the CQC they will not be able to provide services. The CQC inspect GP practices to make sure they are meeting these standards, and can do so at any time if there are concerns about the the care provided.

For more information on these standards please read through the ‘What standards you have a right to expect from the regulation of your GP practice’ page or visit www.cqc.org.ukCQC – What standards you have a right to expect from the regulation of your GP practiceYou can expect to be respected, involved and told what’s happening at every stage.You (or someone acting on your behalf) will be involved in discussions about your care and treatment.

You will get support if you need it to help you make decisions and and staff will respect your privacy and dignity.Before you receive any treatment you will be asked whether or not you agree to it.You can expect care, treatment and support that meets your needsYour personal needs will be assessed to make sure you get safe and appropriate care that supports your rights.

You will get the care that you and your GP agree will make a difference to your general health and wellbeing.

You can expect to be safe

You will be cared for in a clean environment where you are protected from infection.Where appropriate, you will get the medicines you need, when you need them, and in a safe way.

You will be treated in a safe and accessible place.

Your GP practice will take appropriate action if they suspect that a patient is at risk of harm.It is not possible to have a lift installed in the building. The practice has fitted secure handrails to the staircase and installed a buzzer at the door to call for help.

You can expect to be cared for by staff with the right skills to do the job properly

Your general health and welfare needs will be met by staff who are properly qualified.

There will always be enough members of staff available to provide safe care and meet your needs.

You will be looked after by staff who are well managed and have the chance to develop and improve their skills.

The practice regularly monitors waiting times and appointment times to make sure they have enough staff to meet the needs of patients.As a result, appointments are rarely cancelled or rescheduled.Your personal records will be accurate and kept safe and confidential.You, or someone acting on your behalf, can complain and will be listened to. Your complaint will be dealt with properly.

The partners of a large GP practice are committed to continuously improving the quality of the service they provide to patients. Patients are encouraged to provide feedback through a suggestion box.

The practice reception area has leaflets about how to complain, and their complaints procedure is on our website.The partners and practice manager review complaints and other feedback to agree how they will learn from the feedback and make improvements, where necessary.

The practice’s website gives information on how they have performed in national and local patient-satisfaction surveys, and what actions they’ve taken to improve the service they provide.

Extended hours are available from 0730 on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Friday mornings.

Late opening sessions are available each evening from 1830 for pre bookable appointments only.

We provide this service for all patients but hope that those who can see us in routine working hours may allow those unable to use these extended hours appointments.

Telephone Triage is a new service which we have provided.

This service is for any contact you require with a doctor in an urgent or soon time frame.

We continue to allow appointments to be booked in advance but if you wish to make an appointment before the next available appointment and you feel that it requires urgent attention please call.

When should I use this service?

If you would need to make an appointment on the day or within a couple of days.

What Are my other options?

You can use our quick enquiry or E consult of go online to book an routine appointment.

Please use our e consult service where you will hear from us with in 48 hours or call for an urgent triage appointment.

Home Visits

If you are too ill to attend surgery or if you are housebound you may telephone the surgery to request a home visit.

Routine health care is no longer provided by visiting at home and patient’s travel arrangements cannot be taken into consideration when deciding if a home visit is necessary or not.

The receptionist will require certain information when you are requesting a home visit and a doctor is likely to call you back to discuss your medical problem.

This is to ensure the doctor has all of the necessary details and so the doctor can ascertain how urgent the visit is.

Please help the receptionist by giving the information requested.If you need to arrange a home visit please telephone the surgery before 11.00am if at all possible.

It is up to the doctor to decide whether you need a home visit or not and so please expect the doctor to  phone you back.

We will not visit if you request for the reason  that you cannot get transport to the surgery.

Test Results

We receive the results of most tests within one week, X rays or scans may take up to two weeks as do some unusual tests.

If the test result is normal it is usually filed and we will not routinely let you know.

If you are concerned complete a  Quick enquiry (two weeks if it was an x ray or scan).

The receptionists will be happy to let you know if the result was normal.

The best time to phone us for results is in the afternoon between 1400 and 1600

Please always ensure that we have your correct postal address and post code along with your correct phone number and mobile number, if you have one.

This enables us to contact you should we need to – it may be that one of the medical team has called in sick and we want to prevent a wasted journey for you or simply that we need some information from you.

If you are happy to receive information from us by email, should we do so, please also ensure that we have an up to date email address.

Click here to update your record online – please note terms and conditions before using this form.

You will need to have registered with us first and then you can order your repeat prescriptions from those listed .

You can also book an appointment with your GP through the same link.

Repeat prescriptions must be currently authorised by your GP and have been issued to you in the last 180 days.

Bring it to the surgery and pop it into the box on the reception counter or Post it with a stamped addressed envelope.

If you are using the non-web based methods and do not have your repeat prescription request slip to hand, please list medications clearly by name along with your name, date of birth and address and contact phone number.

• Your prescriptions will take 3 working days from receipt to process but please allow longer if possible.

• We do not take requests for repeat prescriptions over the telephone as this can result in errors.

• All repeat prescriptions are regularly reviewed so after a period of time the doctor may ask to see you.

The Out of Hours Service operates overnight on weekdays from 6.30pm to 8.00am, at weekends from Friday at 6.30pm to Monday at 8.00am and all day on Bank Holidays.

Out of hours cover is provided by the 111 service.

If you require urgent medical treatment or advice when the surgery is closed you can ring 111

Please note that the surgery has urgent appointments every weekday from 8.00am to 6.30pm.

There is an Out of Hours GP on duty at all other times.

The service will arrange a telephone consultation, a base surgery appointment or a home visit as appropriate.

The Community Nurses also operate through this service.

If it is felt your problem is more urgent, an ambulance or hospital review can be arrange at the Doctor’s / Nurse’s discretion.

The ambulance should be called on 999 if the problem is chest pain or severe breathlessness or if the patient has genuinely collapsed.

You only need a doctor’s note if you are unable to work and are ill for longer than seven calendar days. (this includes weekends or days you would not normally be in work)

Your employer will provide you with a copy of the Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) SC2 form for shorter periods of illness or complete it online here.

From 6 April 2010, the Government changed sick certificates to become the new Fit Note.

Please click here for further information.

No Current Vacancies 

Common situations not covered by the NHS

Private sick notes
Holiday Insurance Certificates and cancellations
Employment medicals
HGV, PSV, Taxi driver medicals
Fitness to Drive certificate

Some travel vaccinations

*The above list is not exhaustive. We charge a fee for providing the above services. Please click to view our charges or ask at reception for up to date charges

Nurse Rose is our respiratory trained nurse with a specialist interest in both asthma and chronic lung disease (includes COPD).

Each year you will be asked to attend an annual review which you will receive notification of from Emsworth Surgery.

If you notice you are having problems with your inhalers or your condition is worsening then please make an appointment with Nurse Rose to discuss this.

If you would like routine advice regarding your care please consider using our E- Consult service

We offer baby vaccinations every Tuesday afternoon.

Our clinic is generally run with 2 nurses to reduce the impact for your child and ensure we offer the smoothest process for vaccinating your child and keeping them well.

To download your personal vaccination planner please click here

All women between the ages of 25 and 64 are eligible for a free cervical screening test every three to five years.

The screening intervals are:

Age group (years)

First invitation 25 – 49 3 yearly

50 – 64 5 yearly

65+ The NHS will only  screen those who have not been screened since age 50 or have had recent abnormal tests

The NHS call and recall system invites women who are registered with a GP.

It also keeps track of any follow-up investigation, and, if all is well, recalls the woman for screening in three or five years time.

It is therefore important that all women ensure their GP has their correct name and address details and inform them if these change.

Women who have not had a recent test may be offered one when they attend their GP or family planning clinic on another matter.

Women should receive their first invitation for routine screening at 25.

What if I have had a hysterectomy?

Women require 1 clear cervical vault smear after a hysterectomy, if this is clear then there is no routine screening necessary. If you have been called incorreclty for a smear please let us know.

Aged 16 – 24? Get tested for Chlamydia today…

Chlamydia is common sexually transmitted infection.

People under the age of 25 years are most at risk, and therefore need regular check ups.

Chlamydia is known as a very quiet disease because most people who contract it do not experience any noticeable symptoms.

Untreated, Chlamydia can cause long-term damage such as infertility.

All it takes to get tested is an appointment during surgery hours with the nurse and we urge our patients to come up and get tested.

If you would prefer not to talk with a nurse please complete an E Consult and we can leave a test form for you at the reception desk.

All you will to do is provide  a first catch urine sample from your first wee of the day and then leave the sample at the desk for completion by nurses.

You may self refer for counselling to talk a service provided for cognitive behaviour therapy and counselling

To be entitled to a free flu vaccination you must be in one of the

‘at risk’ categories below:

  • Aged over 65
  • All pregnant women
  • Diabetes
  • Chronic (long-term) respiratory disease such as severe asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or bronchitis
  • Chronic heart disease, such as heart failure
  • Chronic liver disease
  • Chronic neurological disease such as Parkinson’s disease or motor neurone disease or learning disability
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • A weakened immune system due to disease aged 6 months and over
  • Dysfunction of the spleen
  • Morbid obesity
  • A carer
  • Household contacts of immunocompromised individuals 
  • Children and adolescents aged 6 months to 17 years (up to their 18th birthday) who are in one of the clinical risk group categories above
  • Health and social care staff, employed by a registered residential care/nursing home or registered domiciliary care provider, who are directly involved in the care of vulnerable patients / clients who are at increased risk from exposure to influenza

Children not in clinical risk groups that are eligible for vaccination in accordance with national recommendations for 2018/19:

  • Children aged two – three years but not yet four years on 31st August 2018

.

Clinics are run at Southbourne Village Hall on Tuesday mornings 10am – 12pm.  For more information about the Health visitor service provided by Southern Health please click here.

New referrals – please self-refer to the midwife at St Richards Hospital.

You may wish to see the doctor to be referred to the midwife at Portsmouth Hospital.

Phlebotomy Clinics are held by Jane Cooper and Donna White on Tuesday and Friday mornings at Emsworth Surgery and on Wednesday mornings at Westbourne Surgery.  You can book appointments online under ‘Blood Clinics’ or book at Reception.

Please make an appointment at least three weeks (longer if you are planning an extensive trip) in advance of your holiday to ensure adequate cover.

We ask for a Travel Risk Assessment Form be completed and returned to the surgery before the appointment – this helps us to tailor your vaccinations and advice to your destination and nature of travel.

This form can be downloaded here.

A charge will be made for certain immunisations and vaccinations which are not covered by the NHS.

A list of these charges can be downloaded here

If you are going away and require yellow fever vaccination we can provide this for you. We offer it to patients who are not registered with us as well as those who are.

If you would like any information on prices or wish to book an appointment, please contact the surgery and the receptionists will advise you.

We offer childhood vaccinations each Tuesday afternoon at Emsworth. You should receive reminders to make the vaccination appointments for your child but if you wish to download a personalised vaccination plan please click here

Administration

Practice Manager

Kate Hope Dip.PCM

Kate Hope – Practice Manager.

Sally Prior – Deputy Practice Manager and the Complaints Manager.

Michelle Lamb – IT Manager.

Nursing and extended Healthcare Team

Nurse  Tanya Rose(Senior Nurse) Respiratory clinics and Cardiovascular clinics

Nurse  Jean Morgan  – Diabetic clinics and Cardiovascular clinics

Nurse  Jane Bannister – Diabetic clinics, Respiratory clinics, health checks and asthma clinics

Nurse  Sally Moss – Cardiovascular reviews and health checks

Nurse Kate O’Connor – Wound care clinics

Heather Strange – Health Care Assistant (HCA)

Jane Cooper    Phlebotomist

Alexandra Kershaw   Nurse Practitioner

Doctors

 Andrew Slingsby

MBBA Lond.  MRCGP DRCOG  DFFP 

Senior Partner

 Jackie Lytton    

MBBS Lond.  BSc  MRCGP   DCH   DFFP  DRCOG 

Nicholas Woodruff   

MBBS Lond.  MRCGP

Abu Chinwala 

BM(Soton)  MRCGP

Elizabeth Lane

BSc,  BM (Soton), DRCOG, DFRSH, DCH, MRCGP.

Alex Marriott

BM BMedSci (Soton), MRCGP

William Denby

MBBS BSc (Hons) AICSM, MRCGP, FRACGP

Rachel Jennings

BSc (Hons)2003, MB ChB Bsc (Hons, Bristol)2005 DRCOG, DFSRH, MRCGP 2013

Ee Laine Tang                                                                              

MBBS Lond 2013, MRCGP 2019

GP Earnings

All GP Practices are required to declare the mean earnings (ie.average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each Practice.

The average pay for GPs working in the Emsworth Surgery in 2015/16 was £99,649 calculated before tax and national insurance. This is for 8 doctors who worked in the Practice for 6 or more months, 3 worked full time and 5 were part time.

NHS England requires that the net earnings of doctors engaged in the Practice is publicised and the required disclosure is shown above.  However, it should be noted that the prescribed method for calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the Practice and should not be used to form any judgement about GP earnings, nor to make any comparison with any other Practice.

Friends and Family Test

SYMPTOM CHECKER

HELP WITH YOUR OWN HEALTH

Surgery News

Urgent Quack

Emsworth Surgery Urgent Quack newsletter is now available on our website.

Winter Quack 2020

Emsworth Surgery newsletter is now available on our website and in surgery reception.  Quack 2020

Staff

Contraception

What are your Options??

Let's Talk about it

Find out more

Hay-fever Season

Are you suffering from Hay-fever ?

How to Help Yourself

Contact your pharmacy

Mental Health

What help is there?
Find out more about the help available here

Walking for health
Healthtalk.org