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IMPORTANT INFORMATION:-

FLU VACCINATION AVAILABLE FOR ALL OUR ELIGIBLE PATIENTS.

All eligible patients would have received a letter from the surgery about their flu appointment

The Dept of Health criteria for free NHS vaccinations are:

  • Over 65’s
  • Patients in the clinically at risk category:                                           
    • Chronic Respiratory Disease
    • Chronic Heart Disease
    • Chronic Kidney Disease
    • Chronic Liver Disease
    • Chronic Neurological Disease
    • Diabetes
    • Immunosuppressed
    • Asplenia or Dysfunction of the Spleen
    • Pregnant Women
    • Morbid Obesity (Class III )
    • Children aged 2 or 3 years of age (born between 01.09.2013-31.08.2015). Children in reception class and school years one, two, three and four will be offered their vaccination in school.

As the Dept of Health’s guidelines are always changing please contact the surgery to see if you are eligible for a flu vaccination this year.

If you have any queries regarding the flu vaccination please contact the surgery on 02380252131

 

BROWNHILL SURGERY

Sadly Brownhill Surgery will be closing on 30th November 2017.

Park and St Francis Surgery would like to reassure Brownhill Surgery patients that they will receive a letter from the Clinical Commissioning Group with the steps to follow. For further information patients can click on the web link below. All local practices will have capacity to register patients in due course, following the procedure outlined in the web link.

Please do not contact us for more information as everything you will require is available via the web link. We would like to assure Brownhill patients that we are working with the clinical Commissioning Group to ensure that the registration process is as smooth as possible.

 

FRIENDS AND FAMILY TEST

We are seeking patient feedback on recent experiences at the practice. If you have had contact with us recently and would like to complete a simple 2 question feedback form, you may do this in a number of ways.  Paper forms are available at the practice or for download on this site.  Alternatively you may  leave your feedback on www.leavemyfeedback.com/4694 quoting surve ID 4694.

 You can now view our latest PRG report on this website under the Patient Group Heading

Our CQC visit from November 2014 is available to read in the CQC Registration Link

PLEASE VISIT THE PPG PAGE FOR THEIR LATEST NEWSLETTER

Doctors

Dr Simon Chaplin-Rogers

BDS (Honours) LDS RCS (Eng) MBBS

Qualified: University College Hospital, London, Dental Surgeon 1978; Doctor: London 1985

Joined the Practice in 1990 after a general training in London Hospitals. He is in practice two days per week and lists himself as a traditional general list doctor, enjoying all aspects of general practice and undertakes a minor op biopsy clinic. In the remaining part of the week Simon spends one day per week running a large NHS dental practice and also works for a private GP service - Med Care.

Dr Mark Rickenbach

MBBS DCH  FRCP FRCGP  PHD FHEA

 Qualified: Royal London Hospital 1984

Joined the practice in 1993 after training in medicine at Portsmouth. Within the Practice he undertakes minor surgery, contraceptive coil insertions, baby clinics and is a GP trainer. He has a particular interest in general medical care, paediatrics and eye conditions.  Alongside his GP work he also provides life coaching as part of Med Care. As an Associate Dean and Honorary Professor he advises on the quality of medical education and research across Wessex.

Dr Kathy Fowler

MBChB MRCP MRCGP Qualified: Manchester Medical School 1981 After further experience in medicine and paediatrics Dr Fowler joined the practice in 1994. She has a special interest in general medicine, respiratory medicine, paediatrics and gynaecology. She is a qualified GP trainer.

Dr Chris Arden

MBBS BSc MRCGP Qualified: London 1992 Has a BSc in physiology and hospital training in general medicine, paediatrics and obstetrics. Within the practice he undertakes minor surgery and has an interest in cardiology, including working two days a week for Southampton Community Healthcare in a community-based cardiac clinic.

Dr Julia Terry

MBBS MRCGP FRCS DFFP Qualified: Royal London Hospital 1991 Joined the practice in 2001 having previously worked in Chichester. Prior to training as a GP she had worked and trained in area of general surgery. She now has an interest in dermatological conditions and womens health problems. Julia undertakes minor surgery procedures and coil insertions in the practice. 

Dr Jayne O'Connor

MBChB

Qualified: Leeds University 1984

Joined the practice in 2002 after re-locating with her family from Leeds to Hampshire. She is currently working in the Practice three days a week.  Her other professional commitments include undergraduate teaching, peer appraisal and working with the private GP service Med Care. Her special interests include women’s medicine, particularly the management of PMS and the menopause and mental health care.

Dr Samuel Glanville

B Med BSc(Hons) MRCGP MRCP

 Qualified: Southampton Medical School 1998

Dr Glanville joined the Practice in 2005 after leaving hospital medicine and subsequently training as a GP. He has a BSc (Honours) in physiology and biochemistry, spent a year in research, and also achieved membership of the Royal College of Physicians in addition to membership of Royal College of General Practitioners. His hospital training included paediatrics, general medicine and intensive care. He is married and lives in Hampshire with his young family.

Dr Joanna Birmingham

MBBS MRCGP DCH DFFP

 Qualified: Newcastle 1990

Dr Birmingham has been working in the practice since 2001.

Dr Asgar Asgarov

MBBS,MRCGP

Dr Asgarov Joined the surgery in December 2015

GP Assistants

The practice employs some general practitioners as assistants. Although these doctors are fully trained general practitioners, they are not partners and do not therefore have to share in the running of the practice.

 
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