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Dr Richard Cribb, Dr Peter Stokes, Dr Ann Lowman, Dr Susie Wright, Dr Anna Cross, Dr Paul Webb scope_apple_heart

Alresford Surgery aims to provide high quality healthcare to patients in our area. The doctors, nurses and other staff are dedicated to providing a comprehensive, professional service and with this website we aim to keep our patients up to date with news and information about the practice.

As well as a source of information about our practice, the staff and the services we provide, we hope you will use this website as a useful resource for other health-related information. Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you like. We can use your ideas to improve our online services and further develop the content of this site.


Dr Peter Stokes to Retire in September 2016

Dr Peter Stokes has announced his intention to retire from Alresford Surgery in September 2016.

'I started working at the Alresford Group Surgery in August 1993 and after 23 enjoyable years I have decided that the time has come to leave the Practice.

I feel very privileged to have been appointed in 1993 by Michael Clark, David Green, Richard Cribb and Jane Stebbing.  They offered me an extraordinary opportunity and I will always be grateful for their faith in me.  I moved with my family from Devon and have worked since then with a brilliantly supportive and caring team in a wonderful community.  The individuals may have changed over the years but the ethos and feeling of vocation has not.  I was very fortunate to find Alresford and have found it a very special place with very special people.  I thank you all for the trust you have put in me and the stories you have told.

Over the years, General Practice in Alresford has changed hugely, responding to local and national needs.  The practice has grown and modernised, the team has expanded and we offer more local services.  There are significant challenges ahead but I feel confident that the surgery team will respond to these positively and maintain the high standards of individualised health care.

Thank you for making my time in General Practice so fulfilling and enjoyable.'

Peter Stokes

April 2016


Removal of our online prescription form – 6th June

Orders to now go through Patient Access


The NHS is currently under great strain in terms of workload, workforce and financial. General Practice is working harder than ever before and we are still expected to do more! 
From 1st April it will become a mandatory requirement for us to offer e-referrals to patients. This requires additional admin workforce to deliver yet is unfunded, we therefore need to look at shifting resources and gaining staff efficiencies from elsewhere to operate this new requirement. 

If you complete our online prescription form a member of staff prints the request off and keys the information onto our clinical system. If you order through Patient Access no printing is required and your request uploads directly onto EMIS our clinical system. Patient Access also allows you to book appointments online and view your medication history, allergies, immunisations and change your personal details.

If you haven't already done so please register by completed the Patient Online Registration Form PATIENT ACCESS today and start to benefit. 
We will be switching off our surgery online prescription form on the 6 June



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