Blood tests

If this has been requested by a doctor or nurse, please arrange an appointment with the phlebotomist. If you would like a blood test for general health reasons e.g. Cholesterol level, then please make a telephone appointment with one of our nurses first.



Childhood vaccination queries

See our Clinics page or book a telephone appointment with one of our nurses.



Contraceptive pill checks

If there are no concerns involving a change of prescription then please book with a nurse.



Emergency contraception

Make a telephone appointment with a doctor as soon as possible the same day. Use the out of hours service if needed at weekends. Alternatively medication is available directly from your local pharmacy.



Family Planning advice

Discuss with your doctor initially. It would be useful for you to have done some research in advance. The Family Planning Association website is a good starting point. Fleet Medical Centre now undertakes family planning training for GPs for coils, nexplanons and offers support of DFFRH.



Private insurance Forms/Medical examinations

Forms: Please send or hand to reception with an explanation of your requirements and a contact telephone number. The staff will inform you when the form is available for collection. Please note that most forms are not covered by the NHS and a fee may be charged.

Private Medical Examinations need to be booked into Specific 30 minute appointments.



Hospital appointments

If you have a query about a hospital consultation or letter, please make a telephone appointment with the doctor who referred you.



I want to stop smoking

Do you need help to stop smoking?

Quit4Life, Hampshire's free NHS stop smoking service, offers friendly support, including advice on e-cigarettes and stopping smoking without putting on weight. They can also supply safe and effective stop smoking products for up to 12 weeks. Go to or call 0845 602 4663 for more information.




This should be confirmed using a home pregnancy test from the pharmacy. If there are no concerns then you do not need to see a doctor, you can book directly with the midwife. Ring the reception to arrange this. You will normally be seen at around eight weeks when all the information you need will be provided.

Unwanted pregnancies should be discussed with a doctor or you can contact the BPAS clinic directly on

0845 730 4030 open 24 hours a day textphone service on 0845 3365 1450




Prescription problems

Consider whether your query might be better answered by you pharmacist. If not, contact a surgery receptionist who will direct your query appropriately.




There are times when we all feel sad, hopeless, fed up or anxious- it's part of normal life.  Sometimes it can be more than that - feelings lasting for months and so intense that carrying on with everyday life can become impossible.  If this is the case you should seek help - ideally with your GP in the first instance, but there are additional sources of advice and support.  The following links are a good starting point:

NHS Choices - Clinical Depression

NHS Choices - Anxiety Disorders in Adults

Depression Alliance


There are a number of organisations who provide counselling and support locally. Click for a list of Counselling Organisations .

Access to NHS counselling services is generally by referral by your GP as part of an overall management plan. You can however, access the local counselling and life-skills classes directly via the TalkPlus website.

Free Self-help support online can be accessed at , and there is an excellent selection of free, downloadable self- help booklets at



Test results

If you have a query that the receptionist cannot answer, make a telephone appointment with the doctor or nurse who arranged the test.



Travel advice

See our travel vaccinations page in the clinics & services section.


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