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How can you help us?


Please use eConsultations – just follow the link on our website and submit an eConsultation, this can also be for administration requests like sick certificates etc. You do not need to register for this service.  


Register for Online Access – You can use the new NHS App or many other online service providers, please research online to see which one suites you. (Please note at present online appointment booking is unavailable at the request of the department of health due to the current situation).


Please order your repeat Medication when it is duePlease do not order your medication in advance as this causes an increased workload for the reception team and will delay other medications, we will not issue extra medication to ensure the supply chain at pharmacy level is secure.    


Use the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) – If you haven’t already, please nominate a pharmacy where we can send your prescription electronically. This will mean you will have to make one less journey to pick up your prescription and only go to your nominated pharmacy. 





Useful Links

Very High Risk patients who have not had a government letter

This includes people who have had transplants, active cancer treatment, severe respiratory disease, immunosuppressant medication and high risk pregnant women.

Follow the link here:


Can you volunteer? – Register here to support your local community, visit the website to read more

Hart Voluntary Action


Hart District Council – Follow this link for information and updates from the local council


A new helpline is now available to provide information and advice, as well as practical support to frail or vulnerable Hampshire residents.

The Coronavirus Hampshire HelplineHantshelp4vulnerable - can be contacted on 0333 370 4000.

The helpline is available seven days a week, from 9am to 5pm, and is for vulnerable people who do not have support from families, friends or their local community, and who need urgent assistance with practical issues. 


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