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Welcome to The Hackwood Partnership GP Surgery Basingstoke

We are pleased to announce we have now achieved Dementia Friendly Practice Status


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Please note there may be problems when ordering prescriptions using any Apple device.

Patient Online Services

We are in the process of changing our website and introducing the rollout of online Patient Access, this will replace our existing online access tools. You will still have the ability to book GP appointments and order repeat prescription items, but you will only require one login.

If you would like to register for Patient Access please speak to a member of the reception team and they will be able to help you.

From 01 April you will be able to apply for access to view your medical record using Patient Access as well. 

GP appointments will be bookable up to 6 weeks in advance, subject to availability. When ordering prescriptions the normal process of 48 hours notice will still apply.


More information on Patient Access can be found by clicking on this link:


It is a contractual requirement for GP Practices to offer and promote to patients online booking of appointments and ordering of repeat prescriptions. If you need guidance, advice or support please visit NHS England's Patient Online Programme's web pages for more information.  
Click here to view our Statement of Intent

NHS Choices Tools and Applications

Click here for NHS Choices Interactive tools, smartphone apps and podcasts.

There's lots of features including a Heart Age tool, Blood Pressure quiz, Sleep Self-assessment, Strength and Flexibility videos, a Calorie checker and many more 

Feeling Unwell - Do you need to see a doctor?

The Healthier Together initiative aims to support parents when you are worried about the health of a child and provides information about what you should do and where you should go.

Visit for more information.



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