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Whiteparish Surgery Common RoadWhiteparishWiltshire, SP5 2SUTel: 01794 884269
Please do not arrive EARLY for your appointment. In accordance with current social distancing guidelines, we are not permitting patients to wait inside the building. You may be asked to return to your vehicle and wait for your clinician to become available. Please therefore be mindful of the weather conditions when setting out and come prepared.
We would like to thank you all for your understanding and support during these challenging times. We continue to do our upmost to ensure we offer high standard healthcare in a manner that is safe for both patients and our dedicated staff.
Receptionists required! See our Staff Vacancies page for further info...
You can call 111 when you need medical help fast when the surgery is closed, but it’s not a 999 emergency. NHS 111 has replaced NHS Direct and is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Calls are free from landlines and mobile phones. To access the 111 service via a textphone call 18001 111. For more information visit the 111 website
The practice takes a positive approach in supporting patients who have a long term condition, for example;
Patients who have a long term condition are offered a regular review with one of our Specialist Nurses. They can provide support and information and help to identify problems early suggesting interventions which may be of benefit.
Once we are aware of your Long Term Condition, you will receive an annual invitation either by email or post to see the specialist nurse during your birthday month. This invitation may include a pre-booked appointment and it is important that you let us know if you are unable to attend, alternatively you can amend this appointment and book a new one through SystmOnline.
If you suffer from Asthma, you can check how well your asthma is under control by completing this Asthma Control Questionnaire
Once you have completed it, simply hand in to Reception for our Nurses to review your answers.
At Whiteparish we offer a full range of contraceptive services, these include;
Routine appointments are available for contraceptive pills and where applicable can be entered as a repeat prescription which can be ordered online.
Clinics for coil fittings are on a Tuesday afternoon and can be arranged via a telephone consultation with Louise Otter and fittings are undertaken by Rae Daraklitsas, our specialist in Contraception and Womens Health.
Implant fitting and removals are arranged through Louise Otter: please make a telephone appointment with her via Reception.
HPV (Human papillomavirus) Primary Screening is a new way of examining cervical screening samples, where the sample is only checked for abnormal cells if HPV is found. In HPV primary screening, a test for hrHPV is the first test carried out on the screening sample.
Testing for HPV and screening for abnormal cells where HPV is detected will help show more accurately which individuals are at higher risk of developing cervical cancer. This will enable those at greatest risk to have further tests more quickly, while reassuring those who have low risk of cervical cancer.
If HPV isn’t found, the individual will be offered a screening test again in 3 to 5 years (depending on age). If HPV is not found it is highly unlikely that abnormal cells will be present or will cause any problems. This means the risk of developing cervical cancer is very low.
Individuals who do have HPV have a cytology test carried out on the same sample to see if HPV has caused abnormal cell changes.
If cell changes are detected, the individual will be referred for a colposcopy examination.
If they are not detected, the individual will be screened again in 12 months’ time, to check that the immune system has cleared the HPV (which happens in most cases).
For further information, please see Cervical Screening Information
You may also wish to read the following Patient leaflet.
Blood test forms are provided by Whiteparish Surgery if you wish to attend Salisbury Hosptial for routine blood test.
Whiteparish Surgery offer a number of blood test appointments for patients registered with the Practice for those unable to attend the hospital. We have a phlebotomist on a Tuesday and Friday: appointments are only available during the morning because the samples are collected at lunchtime to go to the hospital for processing.
If you have been requested to have a 'fasting' blood test, this means that you need to have only water to drink from the evening meal before your appointment, until after your blood test. You can continue taking any medications as normal during this period.
If you take insulin, you do not need to be fasting.
Blood Test results will be available from Reception 7 days after your appointment. You can telephone Reception between 10:00am and 3:00pm Monday to Friday and our Reception Team will be able to provide you with your results. Where applicable they will advise you if an appointment with the GP is required.
We offer advice to travellers on potential risks whilst abroad. Depending on these risks, injections or medication may be advised. Our Nursing Team will be able to offer some of these however you may be required to attend a private clinic for some vaccinations. In order to be able to advise you and offer the full range of protection available you will be required to inform us at least 6-8 weeks prior to your travel.
Advice on what's required for where you are travelling can be found on the Fit For Travel Website .
Please ask for a 30 minute travel appointment at reception.
Please bring to that appointment all previous travel vaccination records.
At the appointment the nurse will discuss with you what NHS vaccines are required and if you should attend a Private Travel Clinic. Any vaccines given will be recorded in a vaccine record book to maintain a completed record. Some vaccinations need to be ordered in and will not be immediately available.
Malaria prophylaxis will be discussed with you you will be advised how to obtain them.
Any childhood vaccinations that you have not received will be offered to you along with your travel immunisations.
Additional information and consent documents:
Patient Information and consent for Mefloquine
Malarone Information and Consent
Information When Travelling Abroad
The EHIC website is a handy source of information that explains how to apply for a European Health Insurance Card. This card can be used to cover any necessary medical treatment due to either an accident or illness within the European Economic Area (EEA).
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office website can keep you up to date about the risks involved in visiting other countries. Visit http://www.fco.gov.uk/en/
We have created a leaflet with all the necessary travel advice that you need.
Whiteparish Travel Leaflet
Please be aware that even though you may have received all the appropriate medications and followed all the guidance, you may still become unwell. We suggest that you seek early medical attention if you get a fever, have gastric problems or feel unwell in the weeks or months following your trip.
There are a range of leaflets available below, which you may find of use:
Monitor Numbers 1, 6 and 7
24 hour Blood Pressure Machine
Monitor Numbers 2 and 5
A new updated guide for care and support in Wiltshire is now available at this link. The Wiltshire Adult Care and Support guide, published by Care Choices gives readers information on how to access and pay for care services throughout Wiltshire.
If you are an employee and are absent from work for 7 dyas or less, you should complete a Self Certification form on your return to work. This form is called SC2. You can downlaod this form here:
SC2 Self certification form
This service is available to you when you are ready to give up smoking. Our Nursing Team are able to offer you help and support when you have made that choice. For more information, please contact Reception to book an appointment with Ysanne.
We offer a wide range of non-NHS services, including medicals for life insurance purposes, HGV, PSV etc. We also produce a wide range of reports and certificates as requested on an individual basis. Since these are not covered under the NHS, we have to charge a fee. Details are available at Reception. To see our private fee costs click here
Dr Si Hawliczek is able to perform a variety of small operations to treat lumps and bumps or joint pain. You will need to be seen by a Doctor before being able to attend a Minor Surgery Clinic.
Dr Katy May is able to perform joint injections, once you have been assessed by one of the GPs.
An NHS Physiotherapist works once a week at the practice. A Doctor or Nurse Practitioner can refer patients if it deemed necessary. Patients can also self-refer if he/she meets the criteria using the form below (click on the link). Referrals are triaged by a qualified physiotherapist and appointments allocated according to clinical need.
Self-referral physio form
Our Midwife supports our patients throughout their pregnancy and delivery.
Our Baby Clinics are run by a Health Visitor. In these clinics, developmental checks and health promotion will be individually agreed with you. Whiteparish Surgery offer the full national immunisation programme and the Health Visitor will be able to advise when your child is due their immunisations.
For the most up-to-date Vaccination Schedule for your child, please click on the link below.
Information regarding the recommended infant vaccinations used at Whiteparish Surgery can be found by clicking on the following links:
Measles Mumps and Rubella Vaccination - Priorix - https://www.medicines.org.uk/emc/PIL.3180.latest.pdf
Meningitis C and Haemophilus Type B https://www.medicines.org.uk/emc/PIL.17230.latest.pdf
Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio - Reaxivs https://www.medicines.org.uk/emc/PIL.17378.latest.pdf
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, Haemophilus Type B and Polio – Pediacel https://www.medicines.org.uk/emc/PIL.26222.latest.pdf
Meningitis C – NeisVac https://www.medicines.org.uk/emc/PIL.30308.latest.pdf
Pneumococcal – Prevenar https://www.medicines.org.uk/emc/PIL.22694.latest.pdf
Tetanus, Pertussis, Diphtheria and Polio – Infanrix IPV https://www.medicines.org.uk/emc/PIL.22694.latest.pdf
Psychology Practitioners are trained to help people understand more about difficulties they may be going through in their life and to develop ways of coping. They offer a talking service which you can choose to self-refer to this service or you may be referred by your Doctor or Nurse.
IAPT Service Self-Referral Form
IAPT Self-Referral Form for Diabetes
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