Falkland Surgery is dedicated to providing the best possible care to our patients and community.
Currently we have seven partners and one Salaried GP, who work between 4-8 sessions. We have a wide variety of expertise within the practice with partners having well established interests in Palliative Care and Diabetes, Commissioning, Minor Surgery, Training, medical technology, and Family Planning.
CQC Statement of Purpose
We would like to hear your views on our new appointment system. Please take our Friends and Family Test Survey
For all appointments, advice, and visit requests : 01635 279972
24 hour Appointment Cancellation Line: 01635 279975
To book blood tests online at West Berks Community Hospital use this link or ring 01635 273343
For dental problems ring your dentist or NHS 111 and for medication advice speak to your pharmacist
We have a number of information sheets to give you advice on some of the most common physiotherapy conditions. These are provided by our local Physiotherapy service
We are pleased to announce our 2017 flu clinics are now open for booking.
You can book your flu jab appointment by either
- Phone – 01635 279972 after 10.00 am
- Online here at www.falklandsurgery.co.uk anytime
- In person at reception
- If you are entirely housebound or receiving care from the district nurses let them know so they can include you in their flu jab list
We have our usual and efficient Saturday clinics, dedicated to providing Flu Jabs staffed by our GP Partners .
…….Help us to help you……
Please book ASAP to help support Falkland Surgery. We use the money generated by the flu clinics to help fund our doctors, nurses and admin staff.
We are sad to announce that Dr Ollie Vaezi has left the practice today (12/5/2017) and will be sadly missed by us and her patients. We have reallocated her patients to the remaining GPs on an approximately alphabetic basic, although we also reallocated some to ensure continuity of care or balance of our lists
Dr Devall A-Ca
Dr Hall Ca – Ea
Dr Lambert Ea – Fo
Dr Tallini Fo – He
Dr Titcomb He – Ke
Dr Walter Ke – Oa
Dr Williams Oa – Z
Please ask at your next visit who your allocated GP is currently.
Dr Vaezi is moving with her family to take up a post in Australia and we wish here well in her new venture.
We would like to say a huge thank you to all the patients who donated towards Dr Ruth Lambert and Steph Malone who ran the London Marathon on Sunday 23 April. They completed the marathon in 4 hours 31 minutes and have raised an amazing £7,200 for the Anthony Nolan Trust.
Dr Ruth Lambert and Medical Secretary Steph Malone are planning on running the London Marathon this year. Please consider contributing to fundraising for the Anthony Nolan Trust via this link
Also Jackie Winterbourne, many of you will remember as our nurse previously from our Diabetic Clinic, is doing a sponsored Parachute Jump
“As you all know I am definitely not a risk taker or thrill seeker… I even hate roller-coasters, but am going to be jumping out of a plane with my Daughter, Emma, and some of our friends and family! We are raising funds for the PICU at Southampton Hospital that cared for my Grandson. Please follow the link to read the full story and donate. We would be so grateful for any donations however small.”
Sarah Carter is a highly qualified physiotherapist who has joined us to provide assessment, diagnosis and treatment plans for a full range of muscular and joint problems. She can be booked via reception for single assessment appointments. (She doesn’t provide treatment but can refer on for this)
Why not take the NHS Health Quiz
We are very pleased to be able to announce the formal launch of Connected Care. This is a Berkshire-wide implementation (with Dr Tim Walter as Clinical Lead for the project) of a national program enabling all your care organisations to see your records with your permission.
This is being launched this month (November 2016) and will enable your GP records to be seen in other locations such as Royal Berks Hospital etc. As time goes on the range of sites will increase, and in return we (GPs) will be able to see and read the hospital data and eventually information from social care services.
A dedicated website called shareyourcareberkshire goes into much more detail.
We offer the following appointments
Routine appointments for up to six weeks in advance released daily . These can be booked in person, by telephone 01635 279972 or online. Our telephone lines are usually busy early morning dealing with urgent requests for medical attention, so please call after 10.00am .
Please be aware appointments are for one problem and last for ten minutes.
On the day appointments for urgent medical problems . These requests will be triaged by the duty doctor so please be prepared to give a brief description of your symptoms to the medical receptionist together with a contact number on which you will be available. You will then receive a call from the duty doctor.
This summarises how to decide
Please click here for an appointments leaflet