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Flu Clinics 2018

October 2nd

8:00/12:15

October 16th

 8:00/12:15

October 23rd

8:00/12:15

November 6th

8:00/ 12:15

Registration Week: 24th-28th September

Congratulations on gaining your place at Southampton University! Registration for new students starts on the 24th September at 9am. Please bring your completed documents and where possible, photographic identification, which will allow us to register you for our online system-this means that you will be able to book appointments via the internet.

NEW PATIENTS NOTICE: YOU CAN REGISTER WITH US NOW IF YOU ARE STARTING UNIVERSITY HERE IN SEPTEMBER 

Either fill out the forms in the New Patient Tab/Registration of the website and bring them to the surgery or use: www.campusdoctor.co.uk/southampton/hh 




Target training means that the surgery will occasionally close on one afternoon in the week, from 1pm.

The current planned Target Day dates are as follows:

-Thursday 10th May 2018

-Wednesday 11th July 2018

-Wednesday 19th September 2018

-Thursday 8th November 2018

-Thursday 17th January 2019

-Wednesday 13th March 2019


Please read the following document on how Highfield Health uses patient information

Request For Letter

If you require a letter for special considerations, please complete this form and bring it into reception. If the Doctor needs to see you regarding this, he/she will contact you accordingly. There is a £20 charge for these letters, which is payable at the time of handing in the request form. Please not that we only take payment via cash or cheque, payable to Highfield Health, as we do not have a card machine.

CQC Report 2016

Carers

Do you look after someone? Are you a Carer?

We would like to help you remain fit and healthy!

Information For Carers

Read our Patient Participation Group Reports (http://www.mysurgerywebsite.co.uk/ppg.aspx?pr=J82663)

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