Voyager Family Health Patient Participation Group visits new building
Click here for more information
The NHS has now launched the NHS app which lets you book GP appointments, order repeat prescriptions and access a range of other healthcare services.
It’s super easy to set up without the need to come to the surgery
Simply download the app from Apple Store or Google play on your mobile device and follow the registration instructions.
When you connect the app to the surgery, please select the option ‘ Don’t have letter’.
Once you have registered and uploaded your proof of identity, you will receive verification confirmation within 2 hours and can start using the app.
Click here for the Farnborough Centre for Health Leaflet
What3words is a really simple way to talk about location.
We have assigned each 3m square in the world a unique 3 word address that will never change.
3 word addresses are easy to say and share and are as accurate as GPS coordinates.
Did you know inhalers can be recycled?
Not disposing of inhalers correctly can be harmful to our environment.
A national recycling and recovery scheme is available for all types of respiratory inhalers.
You can hand in your empty, out of date or unused inhaler to a participating pharmacy for recycling. Visit the Complete the Cycle website for more information, including a pharmacy finder to locate participating pharmacies.
On the 22nd March 2019, Rushmoor Borough Council completed the purchase on the Voyager Building in Apollo Rise in Southwood.
In June 2019, residents were given the chance to visit the future Centre for Health.
Click here to see a virtual walk through of the building and further information on the progress.
We are very pleased to promote the Dial a Ride service from Rushmoor Volunatary Service, that serves anywhere within the borough of Rushmoor with Journeys to: The Meadows and Farnborough Town Centre
Dial a Ride can assist you in attending your routine appointment at our Main (Milestone) and Branch (Southwood) surgery.
This service is available for people who have mobility or sensory impairments which means that you cannot use or have difficulty or discomfort in using the bus services.
You do not have to be registered disabled or a wheelchair user e.g. you might have difficulty climbing steps on to the buses or are unable to walk to the bus stop.
To be able to use this service, you will first need to register, after which you can phone to book a slot on a first come first serve basis. (minimum of 1 day notice required – maximum 6 days notice)
**Please note that Dial a Ride cannot take you to hospital appointments or day care centres
Over the course of the next two months, Patient Access will be giving patients the ability to book appointments with their local pharmacy via Online Access.
For more information click here
For more information on the new ‘Farnborough Centre for Health’ building and services, please see the leaflet below: