Yorktown Road SiteTel: 01252 877322
Owlsmoor SiteTel: 01344 751184
Walk in Flu Clinics 2018 - Saturday 6th October at Owlsmoor and Saturday 10th November at Yorktown Road. Please see our Clinics & Services section for further details
Dr Moodley has left Sandhurst Group Practice & Dr Moodley's patients have each been allocated a new GP
Please feel free to look on Patient Access or contact either reception desk to enquire who your new named GP is. Due to the shortage of GPs we have not been able to allocate everyone a named GP at the Owlsmoor site and apologise for any inconvenience this has caused. Please bear with us as we work closer as one Sandhurst Group Practice.
We longer offer Travel advice & Clinics. You will need to go to your local Pharmacy or Travel Clinic for this advice.
Living with a health condition? Free NHS Self Management Courses are now available for people living in Bracknell and Ascot. Please visit out Latest News section for further information
At our recent CQC inspection our rating was 'GOOD' in all areas
You are able to book appointments online and view your medical records as well as order repeat prescriptions to be delivered straight to the chemist of your choice. Registration is via our prescription page. For security reasons we ask you to bring into surgery proof of name and address, plus photo ID.
You may see a member of our nursing team by appointment – they offer treatment advice on a wide range of services including:
These are held each year, usually in September and October. These injections provide valuable protection against flu in at risk patients, such as patients with heart, lung and kidney problems, diabetics and the elderly.
The pneumonia injection is currently recommended for over 65s and younger people with certain medical conditions who are at risk.
The Department of Health states that we are not able to provide flu or pneumonia vaccination for our patients who do not fall into the above categories, but we will be able to advise you on where you will be able to obtain the vaccination.
All women aged 25 to 64 are offered a cervical smear test as part of the national cervical screening programme every 3 years from age 25-49 and every 5 years from age 50-64. Please note you will be invited by the screening programme and we can not take a smear without this invitation.
You can book an appointment with our Practice nurse. Alternatively, you can visit one of the local Pharmacies who offer private consultations, and speak with the Pharmacist, especially if you are in need of Emergency Contraception (Morning After Pill).
An appropriate fee will be charged for services carried out that are not part of the NHS. A list of fees is displayed in reception.
Please see below for a list of the routine vaccinations we offer at the practice:
* These vaccines are only done by school nurses
Most young people will talk to parents about health and illness, but for some teenage issues like feeling depressed, contraception or bullying, they may decide to go and talk to a doctor or nurse in confidence. Sometimes this happens because it is just too embarrassing to talk to parents about sensitive and personal matters.
All children, even those under 16, can make an appointment to see their doctor or nurse without their parents’ knowledge or consent. The doctor or nurse will keep this appointment confidential as long as they are satisfied that the young person understands what is going on. There may be occasions, such as sexual or drug abuse, where the doctor is unable to keep information confidential, but they will always discuss this first and act in the best interests of the young person.
The HELP Spot is a drop-in service, available to all young people within the Sandhurst area and is staffed by a GP, Family Planning nurse, School nurse and Youth Worker. It is based in a dedicated room at The Spot – the youth centre adjacent to Sandhurst School. It is open each Wednesday afternoon from 3.30 to 4.30 pm for confidential help and advice on issues important to young people, ranging from acne and bullying to sexual health and contraception
Dr Brown is a member of the voluntary BASICS Berkshire Immediate Care Scheme and attends serious accidents at the request of the emergency services. He is a Medical Director of the South Central Ambulance Service NHS Trust.
Sandhurst Group Practice no longer have Travel Clinics
We will not be administering any chargeable travel vaccinations for the foreseeable future. If you are travelling to a country for which you will need to have vaccinations, you can visit the following website for information on what is required:
Alternatively, you can visit any large Pharmacy or a specialised travel clinic. You will need to bring proof of your consultation with you if you need to book an appointment for any of the injections below.
Travel vaccinations are only free of charge if there is a possibility of bringing a disease in to the country which could be deemed to be detrimental to public health. Currently, the only vaccinations for travel which are free are:
These can still be administered by the Practice Nurse. Currently there is a nationwide shortage of Hep A so these vaccines are temporarily unavailable or of limited stock.
If, for your travel destination, you only need either/or Typhoid, Tetanus or Hep A (when available) then you can make a 10 minute appointment with one of our Nurses please bring along evidence that you have already received Health advice.
If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel you need to make an appointment with a travel specialist. You can visit a private travel clinic or some large Pharmacies to discuss your travel arrangements. We recommend you do this at least six weeks in advance of your travel date. This will include all countries and areas within countries that you are visiting to determine what vaccinations and advice are required. You can also look up the government on-line website who will recommend vaccinations and offer advise about any country you plan to visit.
In addition you may also find the leaflets below a useful reference.
There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below
Travelling in Europe
If you are travelling to Europe a very useful booklet has been published with advice and guidance to help you get the most out of your holiday. To visit please click:- http://ec.europa.eu/publications/booklets/eu_glance/86/en.pdf (this is a large document and may take a minute or two to view)
This year’s flu campaign will initially provide patients with their free flu jabs via two walk in clinics on the date and times listed below:
Walk in Clinic 1
Owlsmoor Surgery, Cambridge Road
Saturday 6th October, 201808.30 - 11.30
Walk in Clinic 2
Sandhurst Surgery, Yorktown Road
Saturday 10th November, 201808.30 - 11.30
You do not need to make an appointment.
Patients aged 65 years and over are invited to attend any of these clinics.
Patients who are deemed to be in the ‘at risk’ categories are also invited to attend.
If you are unable to attend these clinics, further appointments will be added at a later date. Alternatively an appointment with a nurse can be made.
All patients will need to complete a data capture form prior to having their jab either before the day or on the day of the clinic. Please collect the relevant form for your category eg over 65 or at risk group from reception.
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