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The surgery will be closed for bank holiday on Mondays May 7th and 28th 2018.  For urgent problems that cannot wait until the practice opens the next morning, dial 111. For anything life threatening, call 999.  Many thanks.

We Can Text You!

We are using our text messaging service more and more, to invite you for a review, blood test or let you know if a GP would like to see you. You can also you use it to cancel appointments, decline or accept services and let us know if we are doing a good job! Please make sure we have your up to date contact details. You can do this via this website or EMIS access if you are registered. Alternatively, call us and let us know.

Cancel Your Appointment!

Every week a large number of patients fail to attend booked appointments. Please let us know as soon as possible if you can’t keep your appointment then we can give it to someone else! We offer a text messaging service which has the option to cancel an appointment so please make sure we have your up to date contact details.

Out of Hours 

When the surgery is closed if you have an urgent problem that cannot wait until we are open again, please call 111. For anything life threatening call 999.

Sign up to Safety

  

Safety mission statement

 

Gosport Medical Centre aims to provide good quality GP services in a learning environment which fosters team support and wellbeing.

 

We are committed to operating a blame free culture in which staff and patients can feel comfortable to raise any concerns so that learning can be shared in an open and transparent way.

 

To help achieve this aim Gosport Medical Centre has signed up to the NHS Sign up to Safety campaign which was launched with the aim to strengthen patient safety in the NHS to make it the safest healthcare system in the world. In doing so we have undertaken 5 safety pledges:

 

  • Putting safety first. Commit to reduce avoidable harm in the NHS by half and make public, our locally developed goals and plans.

 

  • Continually learn. Make our organisation more resilient to risks, by acting on the feedback from patients and staff and by constantly measuring and monitoring how safe our services are.

 

  • Being honest. Be transparent with people about our progress to tackle patient safety issues and support staff to be candid with patients and their families if something goes wrong.

 

  • Collaborating. Take a lead role in supporting local collaborative learning, so that improvements are made across all of the local services that patients use.

 

  • Being supportive. Help people understand why things go wrong and how to put them right. Give staff the time and support to improve and celebrate progress.


 
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