Welcome to St Paul’s Surgery.
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St Paul’s Surgery operates from a purpose built surgery in Alison Way, Winchester. We aim to provide patients with an accessible, friendly and efficient primary health care service.
Your views can influence how we run St Paul’s Surgery. Please take a moment to read the results of our 2013 Patient Satisfaction Survey- don’t forget to read the patients’ comments at the end of each question by clicking on the words ‘show responses’! The link to the survey is here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/sr.aspx?sm=TmJZc7wv8ga0DJdwgczfp6KAWtWX9DD8HshxqUqB2GE_3d
Once again thank you very much for your support!
We continually strive to improve and welcome any comments or suggestions as a positive way to further develop the services we offer. We surveyed 450 patients about things that our Patient Reference Group thought were important and then ran the results by our Patient Reference Group. See here for the full story: Click here
If you would like to get involved, please join the St Paul’s Surgery Patient Reference Group. Click here to view further information or pick up a flyer from from Reception.
Here is a link to the Patient Participation Report 2013
Here is a link to the Patient Participation Report 2012
- West Hampshire CCG seeks patient opinion on Phlebotomy Services
West Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group is seeking the views of patients on the provision of phlebotomy services in the local area (blood testing services). Please visit the West Hampshire CCG page in order to access the survey.
- On-Line access Update
EMIS Access Update. Sorry to those of you who haven't been successful in registering for on line services. It has left some of the sharpest minds baffled as to what is causing the problem. But we believe it is a 'full-stop' just like this one . This errant full-stop appears in the 'title' for some but not all of our patients and EMIS doesn't like it. So to explain 'Mrs Bloggs' EMIS is very happy with and will allow on-line access to BUT 'Mrs. Bloggs' is persona non grata and EMIS rejects her application! It is the full-stop after the title 'Mrs' that is the problem. Having found the problem we are now asking EMIS for a solution (a background fix that will change all the offensive titles to acceptable ones) We can do it manually on a case by case basis if you visit the surgery but if you can wait for a few days I will know if EMIS can fix it all in one go. Please don't lose faith in the new system- we are getting through the teething problems!