Welcome to Stokewood Surgery
The doctors and staff at Stokewood Surgery in Fair Oak, and at our branch site at Old Anchor Surgery in Bishopstoke, are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.We hold a range of clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.
As from 1st April, all telephone calls will route through Stokewood Surgery. If you wish to make your booking through our branch site (Old Anchor Surgery, Bishopstoke) you may do this by attending the surgery during opening hours. The reception teams at both sites will be able to make appointments for clinics at either location. All requests for urgent appointments or urgent home visits should go to Stokewood Surgery where the duty team will be able to assist you.
The surgery has wheelchair access via the front entrance with an adjacent parking space. All consulting rooms are on the ground floor and accessible by wheelchair. There is a toilet for disabled patients. If you require assistance during your visit to the surgery, our reception team are happy to help.
We are sorry to report that as from the end of June, we will no longer have the services of Dr Richard Fuller, who will be moving abroad with his family. Dr Fuller has worked at Old Anchor Surgery for 4 years and will be much missed by patients and staff alike but we wish him and and his family well for their new life ‘down under’. There’s a card at Old Anchor Surgery that patients can sign and leave messages for Dr Fuller.
Dr Willsher has now finished as a Partner at Stokewood but will be working some locum sessions for us so you may see him around the Surgery over the summer.
All patients have an allocated ‘usual’ GP – if you are unsure who your allocated GP is, please ask our reception team who will be happy to advise you.
Following a successful recruitment drive, we will be employing four new salaried GPs from September which we hope will improve access to routine and urgent appointments for our patients at both sites.
Any patient suffering from a fever who has recently returned, or been in contact with anyone from West Africa within the last month should phone 111 for advice. DO NOT ATTEND THE SURGERY.
Patient Representation Group
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(Site updated 30/07/2015)