Manor Way SurgeryManor WayLee-on-the-SolentHampshire, PO13 9JGTel: 02392 553161
Who to See
As advised by the Midwife. Please contact Blake Ward for further details 02392 587023
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Blood pressure check
Phlebotomy Clinic at Manor Way Surgery
Appointments only -
Appointments can be booked at reception however to cancel please call 023 92 553161
Bowel Cancer Screening Programme
This is arranged nationally at five programme hubs
National Helpline: 0800 707 60 60 www.cancerscreening.nhs.uk
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Child Health will contact you when immunisations are due.Click for NHS Immunisation Information
ContraceptionNewly Started Repeat Contraception Emergency/ Morning After Pill Coil Fit/Removal/Coil Check
Doctor or Nurse
Nurse or Doctor
Doctor/Nurse/ Pharmacist Doctor/Nurse
Doctor (to discuss if referral appropriate)
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Sick Certificate For Days 1-7 After Day 7
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Quit 4 Life
Please call after 11:00
Travel Advice & Vaccinations
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Gosport War Memorial Hospital
We aim to monitor people with chronic conditions over the course of the year. With this we are trying to optimise the management you receive. Below is a rough guide for this.
What to do before
What to Bring
Angina or Heart Attack
Once a Year
Once A Year
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Spirometry (Breathing Test) once a yearClick here for more information on Spirometry Testing
Once a year
Blood Test 2 Weeks Prior to Appointment
Eye Test Once A Year
High Blood Pressure (Hypertension)
Blood pressure check every six months. Medication review once a year.
More frequent checks may be required during the year.
We offer a full range of services including advice, pre-travel risk assessment, immunisations (including yellow fever) and malarial prophylaxis. Our Practice Nurses will be pleased to give advice to those going abroad. When to Contact Us Prior to booking trip:
If you have health concerns and are unsure of the suitability of a particular destination we are able to offer advice on the suitability of particular vaccinations. After trip booked:
As soon as a trip is booked each member of the party travelling should complete a Travel Health Questionnaire.
The clinic would then be able to formulate a plan of advice and a vaccination schedule if required. Please note that some vaccinations can take several weeks to be fully active. If you seek advice too close to your departure date you run the risk of not being fully covered. We recommend contacting us at least eight weeks prior to departure. Malaria prophylaxis usually needs to be started two weeks before you depart. Some vaccinations involve a whole course of injections which may take up to six months.
Some countries need either a certificate of vaccination or a letter of exemption for Yellow Fever to gain entry into the country. Vaccination must be received no less than 10 days before entry to the country.
Some vaccinations are not available on the NHS and we will make a charge for these. Vaccines currently available on the NHS for travel are:
There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below:
Useful Travel Websites
Medical Examinations Some insurance forms can appear deceptively simple but need a full examination for their completion. Examinations of this nature take time and, therefore, a fee has to be charged. A special appointment will be required and the fee payable at the time of the appointment. Please advise the reception staff at the time of booking. It is extremely helpful if the form can be left at the surgery prior to your appointment.
Pre-employment, HGV and PSV licenses are not paid for by the NHS.
Cancellation of Holiday
Holiday cancellation insurance does not require a doctor’s letter. It needs an official claim form obtained from your insurers (part of which you need to complete). If the doctor is asked to sign the form, it will be checked and completed as appropriate. There is a fee for this.
The following are charges for services that are not covered by the General Medical Services contract and have to be paid as a private service. Please contact Reception who will be able to advise you of the charge.
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