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The results of the Patient Participation Group Survey have been compiled. To view, please follow the link; 'Survey Report', under 'Further Information'.

New repeat prescription service, click 'Prescriptions' on the left to find out more.

WHITEPARISH SURGERY would like to invite all carers to an informal coffee morning on

Saturday 3rd of May



If you care for someone who relies on you, do join us for a free cup of coffee/tea and a piece of cake. This is a chance to discuss your experiences, to share your stories – good or bad – and to learn from each other.

Leaflets and information will be available.

RSVP by phone or advise one of our receptionists next time you come to the surgery.

Increasing Accident and Emergency (A&E) Hospital costs. Please see the "News and Announcements" section about helping avoid unnecessary use of A&E. 

Welcome to the Whiteparish Surgery Website

surgery2The partners and staff  wish you a warm welcome to Whiteparish Surgery.

We hope that you benefit from the services we provide and have set up this website to help you find out more about your surgery and access us more easily. Everything you need to know about the practice will eventually be included on this website so if you have any suggestions please let us know! If you have questions about anything at all please do not hesitate to ask a member of the team.

Our purpose built practice has been welcoming patients since 1983. Since then we have provided a broad range of facilities and services to our patients in a friendly environment. The practice has approximately 6,300 patients spread over a predominantly rural area of more than 150 square miles between Salisbury, Romsey and the New Forest. We also provide care for three nursing homes within the practice area. Our on-site dispensary provides medicines for many of the patients registered with us. All clinicians at the practice are committed to providing the best quality of healthcare to each and every patient. Our non-clinical teams are also here to help you access services and ensure your journey through the practice is as smooth and comfortable as possible.

On behalf of all of us at the practice, we hope you find this website useful and informative. If you have any suggestions for this site, please let us know.

Telephone Number: 01794 884269

(Site updated 14/04/2014)
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Easter opening and closing times:

We are CLOSED on Friday 18th and Monday 21st April 2014.

If you require URGENT medical advice, while we are closed, please ring 111, the NHS Out of Hours Service. Calls are free from both mobiles and landlines.

Or visit the Walk in Centre, Avon Approach, Salisbury SP1 3SL
01722 331191 which is open 8.00am - 8.00pm every day including bank holidays. 


We wish you a very Happy Easter!

New Repeat Prescription Service. Click on 'Prescriptions' above to find out more. 
From the 1st of March the Surgery and Dispensary will be closed every day from 1pm - 2.15pm.

The NHS is changing!

This presents an opportunity for YOU to influence the future of your local health care provision.

In addition to our Patient Participation Group (PPG), we have established a virtual PPG - an email community who can feedback through short surveys on the range and quality of services offered. Please click on the "Sign up form" link under "Further Information" and then the "Introducing our PPG" tab.


Saturday Mornings

8.45am to 11.45am 

These appointments are for pre-booked routine appointments only 

To book these appointments Telephone the practice between Monday – Friday, 8.00am to 6.30pm 

However,our Dispensary will be open for you to collect medications from 8.45-11.30 a.m.

Home visits and urgent health problems will continue to be dealt with by the Out of Hours Service. To access this service call 111.  Calls from landlines and mobiles are free.

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