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**Please be aware that the surgery DOES NOT keep any supplies of Lateral Flow tests **

Please read our latest notice from the Practice Manager under the NEWS section

Denmead Voluntary Care Group - can you help?


Hello to all residents of Denmead and Hambledon.  Do you have a little time every month and could put just a little back into the community? Here is your chance.

Denmead Voluntary Care Group aims to support those of us who have no access to their own transport, to travel to hospital or other medical appointments, to go shopping at local supermarkets, or simply to go out for a while in the local area. 

First it organises private motorists, in their own vehicles, to take people to hospital appointments.  A small group of coordinators arrange support in conjunction with the Denmead Health Centre finding a volunteer for particular appointments.

Second, it operates a 16-seater minibus, organising trips to local supermarkets, transport for the monthly Afternoon Social Club and the weekly Lunch Club, or simply an outing to local towns and sites of interest.


There is always something you can help with. The pandemic has hit the organisation and those involved, as it has every group and demographic.  We therefore have vacancies on the committee, slots for private and minibus drivers, and helpers for the Lunch Club. Thus, if you could spare a little time, no more often than once a month, then you could provide much needed and greatly appreciated support to your local community.

A call to Richard on 077 4975 5275 could explain how your small input could have a great effect!

You can often arrange your own referral - you don't need to see your GP

Physiotherapy self-referral services

You can now refer yourself for certain physiotherapy services using the link below.  This service is designed to work with patients who have issues such as:

  • Soft tissue injuries after a fall
  • Sprained ankle
  • Whiplash
  • Muscle/ligament/tendon/nerve problems
  • Problems after knee replacement

The self-referral link is:

Please allow five working days from submission before contacting the booking office to book your appointment.

Social Services self-referrals

Access via a self-referral portal online. Patients and their relatives can self-refer. There are links to equipment and OT assessments etc.


Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) self-referrals

This is also self-referral. There is lots of information  on their website

The self-referral form link is:

Be Mindful - register here; it's free

Be Mindful is a Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy digital therapeutic course. You can see more detail about Be Mindful in the attached PDF and you can register for free via the button in the PDF or via this link:

Be Mindful E-Poster

COVID-19 - Information on Isolating at Home - July 2021

COVID-19 - Information on Isolating at Home

REGAIN COVID rehabilitation study

Have you been in hospital with COVID-19? Would you like to help in a study to develop better care for people after COVID-19? If so, please see the attached.

REGAIN Patient Invitation leaflet


Please book via The National Booking system or call 119 who can help with walk in centres as well

Spring Boosters:  our clinics started in April & are being held at The Oaks & The Bosmere practice premises for eligible patients who last had a booster 6 months ago. You are eligible if you are aged over 75 by 30 June 2022, reside in a Care Home or are aged over 12 & are immunocompromised. Bookings can be made via 119 or on line through The National Booking Centre

12 to 15 year olds: these too can get their 1st & 2nd doses. Most can get theirs at school or you need to book via the National Booking Centre as not all sites are able to vaccinate this age group.

5 to 11 year olds: currently we are unable to offer vaccinations for this new age group as the necessary training & high level DBS checks are yet to be completed. Some walk in centres may be able to help but we are not informed which ones have met the requirements

 Further info is posted on the PCN Facebook page:


Travelling Abroad? GPs cannot provide evidence or letters showing your COVID19 vaccination status. Nor can they issue Recovery Notices Instead, please see the attached document for guidance.


How to obtain your vaccination status

CHANGE OF GP : EXCELLENT news - we now have our full quota of GPs in the Practice. As a result, we have had to realign the patient lists for each GP so as to ensure there is an equal spread of patients across each doctor & to improve appointment availability

Urgent Treatment Centre

Thinking of attending the emergency department at QA Hospital or the Urgent Treatment Centre at St Mary’s Community Health Campus for an urgent, but non-emergency, need?

Please remember that there is an urgent treatment centre (UTC) near you at Gosport War Memorial Hospital/Petersfield Community Hospital where you may be seen much faster.

Contact 111 on-line, or phone 111 to be directed to the most appropriate place for your need – and to get an allocated appointment slot so you can be seen at the right place, first time by the most appropriate healthcare professional.

The UTC does accept walk-in patients for people unable to use 111, but you may need to wait longer or may be directed to another care facility if clinically appropriate.  


 Please help the NHS to ensure our emergency department is kept free for those patients in need of emergency or life-saving care.


Your Denmead Practice is open!  The GPs completed 849 consultations last week of which 38% were face to face

We encourage you to get in touch if you have any health concerns. We have a new way of working, so if you need to discuss your concerns with a doctor, please book an appointment via the NHS App, use the eConsult service below, pop in to book or telephone the practice. We ask you not to Email us as this facility is used for the many messages and results from all the hospitals and clinicians. Receptionists do not receive these Emails so any requests for appointments will not be actioned.

Full details of our new way of working can be found in the attached document:

Making appointments and surgery access - 19 May 2021

You can also view this helpful NHS video on YouTube:

How to access your GP practice

Consult online


nhs app

Registrant hub |

Coronavirus, patient support and mental health

Principle poster

The links below will take you to documents which offer a range of useful information and contacts. These provide help and support in relation to COVID-19 and your broader health needs - including mental health and social health needs - during these times.

COVID-19 - Patient Support - 21 March 2021

Mental Health Resources List - 15 November 2020

Havant & Waterlooville Primary Care Network - Patient Social Support information - 1 January 2021

Henry Buddies - support for families with young children

Flu Vaccine Health Icon Badge With Blue Syringe Sign Stock ...

Flu vaccinations 2021/2022

It's not too late to book your jab. Call us NOW to book a slot and keep yourself protected


Ear irrigation (ear syringing) is no longer available 

From March 2020 Ear irrigation (ear syringing) will no longer be available.  

Ear syringing is no longer considered to be the first line treatment for the clearing of ear wax and it is not a funded service within the NHS for General Practice.

For further information and advice, see the attached document:

Ear Wax information

Hayfever - we no longer routinely prescribe hayfever medicines  

In accordance with Government guidelines, we no longer routinely prescribe hayfever medicines. Learn more via this link:

Prescribing of over the counter medicines is changing 

Clinicians will generally no longer prescribe for medicines which can be obtained over the counter. See the leaflet at the following link for more information:

** The DISPENSARY opening hours have changed to 9-12.30pm  14.30 - 18.00  All prescription enquiries can only be dealt with during these times. We would ask that payments are made by CARD only

Welcome to The Denmead Practice Online 


There has been a Doctor's surgery in Denmead since 1932. Before the Second World War the Doctors lived in Hambledon and had a branch surgery in Denmead - in fact the branch surgery was one of the cottages next to the present Health Centre.

The first Denmead surgery was in Dr Horn's house, it then moved to Ashling Park Road prior to the current Health Centre, which was built on the old village pond in 1974.

Denmead surgery as it is now, is a semi-rural Dispensing Practice with the branch surgery at Hambledon. The practice operates from Health Authority premises and incorporates on-site community services.

The Practice covers an area of 80 square miles and has a list size of just over 9,600 patients. The workload is covered by a combination of male and female partners plus a supportive Practice team.

Our Primary Health Care Team offers comprehensive care for all our patients in Denmead and surroundings villages.

We try to maintain good continuity of care by offering a professional service by your own doctor. We have a range of in-house services and a network of Community staff who can be called upon by your doctor for specialist care.

As a Practice we participate in research studies from time to time through the Primary Care Research Network.


(Site updated 19/04/2022)

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