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Welcome to the Hampton Medical Centre

Patients' needs are at the heart of everything we do. Our website is designed to provide instant access to key information about the practice and the available Clinics & Services. You can find specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, as well as information on a wide range of health issues and links to other relevant medical organisations. 

For further queries, please contact us on 0208 979 5150 or 0208 979 3306

We are here to help! 

 *We like your feedback!* We have listened to the demands of our patients and the continual feedback. We are now offering Hub Appointments to patients when the routine and telephone appointments at the surgery are fully booked. This scheme allows patients to book appointments at other GP surgeries in the local area (including Hampton Wick Surgery and Twickenham Park Surgery). This offers the practice greater flexibility and our patients more options. 

We are continuing to engage with our patients at the Patient Participation Group meetings. The meetings are attended by both volunteer patients and Hampton Medical Centre staff to discuss varies issues and changes in the practice. It is a great way for the practice to receive feedback. New volunteers are always warmly welcomed. If you are interested, please sign up at the front desk.

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EXTENDED HOURS

 

It is with regret that from November this year the practice will stop Thursday evening and Saturday morning surgeries.

 

Dr Rashid and Dr Shine who have been with the practice for several years will be progressing their careers by moving on to different surgeries.

 

Sue, one of our longstanding staff members, will be taking retirement.

Along with many practices this means the Hampton Medical Centre will no longer have enough staff to cover those surgeries.

 

However, as a member of the Richmond General Practice Alliance, we will be offering weekday and weekend appointments through the Hub service – our reception staff will book these as available.

 

 

 

 

Hampton Medical Centre


RICHMOND HEALTH HELP NOW

Visit the Richmond Health Help website now at http://richmond.healthhelpnow-nhs.net/

To find your nearest Health Care Provider at anytime download the NEW Richmond Health Help Now, it is available as a free downloadable app for Apple and Android devices.

http://richmond.healthhelpnow-nhs.net/save-health-help-now-to-your-device/




The Hampton Medical Centre was visited by the CQC on 17th March 2016. 

Please see our report - CQC Report

CQC


BUILDING WORKS

 

We are extending our existing building. Work will take around 8 months: finishing touches in December 2016.

There will be 11 new rooms in all: these will extend out to the back of current building. It will update the building to the 21st century, giving us more space. We will not be expanding the current patient list size.

We apologise for any noise and dust and any other inconveniences that may occur.

The new building will look great and we hope you will enjoy the facilities

If you have any queries about it or any questions, please ask for Eva.

Hampton Medical Centre is pleased to confirm that the new building development is been partly funded by the NHS England.


 

THINK! WHY A&E?

A&E departments treat patients with major, life-threatening illnesses and injuries, so you should only call 999 or visit A&E when your situation is critical. Using a more appropriate service will save you time-and could save lives.

 

 

 

 

 

 


DATA SHARING

 

Sharing information in the NHS helps ensure that the quality and safety of services is consistent across the country. It can also highlight different diseases and conditions that may require more NHS investment. This is an opportunity for each of us to help the NHS provide high quality care for all. GP Practices will soon be required to supply patients data to Information Centre.  Information such as your postcode and NHS number, but not your name, will be used to link your records in a secure system, so your identity is protected. Information which does not reveal your identity can then be used by others to make sure the NHS provides the best care possible for everyone.

 

For more information please click Care.data

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