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FLU VACCINATIONS FOR CHILDREN 2019

We will invite all children aged 2 & 3 and those aged 6 months to 2 years and 11 to 18 years who are in an 'at risk' category for their flu vaccinations as soon as we can.  Unfortunately due to restrictions on supplies to General Practice, we are not able to order or obtain any vaccinations at the moment.  

Children aged 4 to 10 (in reception class and in school years 1 to 6) should be offered a vaccination via the school immunisation programme led by Virgincare.  

We apologise for the delay and will endeavour to rectify the situation as soon as we can.


ADULT FLU VACCINATIONS 2019

Flu season is upon us once again! Invitations have been sent to patients who qualify for a free vaccination this year according to NHS guidelines.

Initial invitations have been sent by letter, or email to those patients who have given us prior consent (please remember to check your junk/spam folder).

Our clinics will be held predominantly on Saturdays throughout September & October; with a limited number of alternative appointments available on weekdays for those patients who cannot attend on a Saturday .

If you have not yet booked (or declined) your free NHS flu vaccination, or if you feel you qualify for one but have not received an invite, please contact us on the main surgery number, or call in to our reception desk during opening hours. 

thank you

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaccinations/who-should-have-flu-vaccine/


IMPROVED ACCESS TO PRIMARY CARE

This practice will be ensuring everyone has easier and more convenient access to GP services, including appointments at evenings and weekends. We will be working with a variety of health care providers in several locations, all registered with CQC to provide GP services. The GP practice where the patient is seen will take responsibility for the regulated activity delivered there, regardless of where the patient is registered.

Evening appointments Monday to Friday, are available at Salisbury Medical Practice and Saturday appointments are available at Three  Chequers Medical Practice, Three Swans site for blood tests,  HCA and Nurse appointments.

Doctors

Partners
Dr Simon Smith

M.B. B.S., M.R.C.G.P., D.R.C.O.G., D.C.H., F.R.C.G.P. (London University 1987)

I have been a fulltime GP in Fordingbridge for the past seventeen years but decided it was time for a change. I trained at Westminster Medical School in London and did my GP training in Guildford.

I come from a medical family:  my sister is a midwife, my mother was a nurse and my father is a retired physician. I'm an advocate of patient centred care. I used to be a school doctor and take particular interest in children as well as care of the elderly. Out side the surgery I have five children ranging from 20yrs old to eleven. I play tennis in Downton on a Thursday. I love to read, mainly science economics and history books and also do some creative writing and painting, both badly! 

Dr Claire Chatt

B.M., D.R.C.O.G., M.R.C.G.P. (Southampton 2006)

I joined Whiteparish Surgery as a Registrar in 2011 to complete my GP training, having spent several years as a Junior Doctor at Salisbury District Hospital. After finishing my training I spent some time as a GP locum at various Salisbury practices before returning to Whiteparish as a salaried GP.

I have always thoroughly enjoyed my time at Whiteparish, working within a fantastic team, a beautiful location and a lovely patient community. I was delighted to take on a partnership here in October 2015 and look forward to many happy and fulfilling years ahead.

At home I have a very supportive and understanding husband who works in IT and two young children who keep me on my toes. When I’m not at work we enjoy walking in the New Forest and if I get time, baking with the children.

Dr Simon Hawliczek (m)

BM BSc(Hons) DCH PGCert MRCGP (Southampton)


I joined medicine from a career in the Pharmaceutical Industry in London and following extensive work and travel in the developing world.


I joined Whiteparish Surgery as a partner from Fordingbridge Surgery where I was a full time GP. My broad GP and Medical experience and training was focussed in the local region following completion of my medical education at Southampton Medical School.


 I enjoy the variety and breadth of General Practice and within it I have particular interest in Locomotor Injury & Palliative Care.  I also have the responsibility of Whiteparish Surgery’s Child Safeguarding Lead.  I remain passionate and enthused by the potential invaluable provision of Primary Care both nationally and worldwide.


I have broad interests outside medicine from the active to the pure sedentary but these are largely superseded by my young family.


It's been natural throughout my life for my surname to be shortened to 'Havy' which is much less intimidating and easier to spell and pronounce!


I am delighted and privileged to be serving Whiteparish and its wider community, as a GP.

Dr Katy May (f)

MBChB (Aberdeen 2007), MRCP, MRCGP, DRCOP

I have been working as a salaried GP in Southampton for the last 15 months and I am delighted to join Whiteparish Surgery as a Partner.  

I have a special interest in older persons' medicine and am also training to be a GP Appraiser.

In my spare time I am a Brownie leader and enjoy cross stitch and scuba diving.

Associate Doctors
Dr Louise Reynolds (f)


M.B.C.H.B., D.F.S.R.H., M.R.C.G.P. (Bristol 2007)

I graduated from Bristol University Medical School in 2007 and trained as a GP in Southampton and the New Forest. I joined the team at Whiteparish in Oct 2015 and I currently work 2 days a week. I feel very privileged to be a GP and I enjoy the many challenges and rewards that it brings. I have a particular interest in medical education and dermatology (Skin).

I am married with a young family and we spend our free time looking after our allotment, cycling in the forest and when I find the time, I am learning to sew.

 
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