Welcome to The Hackwood Partnership GP Surgery Basingstoke
Electronic Prescription Service (EPS)
Prescriptions can now be sent electronically to a pharmacy of your choice. With EPS there is no paper prescription to collect. This can be a pharmacy near where you live or work, giving you more choice.
If you have nominated a pharmacy for your EPS, please ensure that this is the pharmacy that you wish all your prescriptions to be sent to.
For more information please speak to a pharmacist or ask one of our receptionists for an information leaflet, or visit systems.hscic.gov.uk/eps
Patients are now able to view some information from their medical record online via the appointments online system, for further information please contact the Practice.
The Hackwood Partnership has undertaken an annual patient participation survey for 2014/15 with the kind assistance of our Patient Participation and Patient Reference Groups.
This is to Identify how we may improve the services that we offer going forward.
Please click on the links below for the report and survey.
We are reducing this service at the practice. If you need a blood test done quickly, please go to the North Hampshire Hospital walk-in clinic (08:00am to 4:30pm). Please note that your GP will need to request your test before you attend.
Have you been more forgetful in the past 12 months to the extent that it has significantly affected your daily life?
If so, please make an appointment to discuss your concerns with your doctor. There are simple questions your doctor can ask you to help diagnose dementia.
If you or a relative have been diagnosed with dementia, there are organisations that can help:
Dementia Advice Service 01264 353363 www.andovermind.org.uk
Princess Royal Trust for Carers 01264 835246 http://www.carers.org/
Free Emergency Planning for Carers 08456 041577 (set this up in advance)
Adult Services Support and Advice 08456 035630 www.hants.gov.uk/adult-services.html
Alzheimer’s Society 01256 363393
NHS Choices website http://www.nhs.uk
(Site updated 05/05/2015)