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Dear Patients due to having a clinician off sick for 4 weeks our May appointments rota has be delayed due to the uncertainty of their return. I am pleased to inform you that our May rota will be available form today and we apologies for any inconvenience caused.  I would also like to make you aware the Dr Egbe will be away from the 15th May until 4th June

Macmillan Coffee Morning - A big thank you to all who participated in the Macmillan Coffee Morning we managed to raise a grand total of £393.50. Well done!

Patient Transport

Getting to Healthcare appointments in Southampton:

What can I do to get to my appointment?

Most people make their own arrangements for getting to NHS appointments. Not everyone has a car, or can walk long distances, and so many people ask a relative or friend for a lift, use public transport or taxis, or use other options such as Community Transport or voluntary groups.

What if I can’t afford to get to my appointment?

The Healthcare Travel Costs Scheme can help those on low incomes. The scheme covers travel costs if you or your partner receives income-related benefits such as:

  • Income Support
  • Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance, or you are awarded Universal Credit
  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance
  • Pension Credit Guarantee Credit
  • You are named on, or entitled to (use your award notice as evidence), a NHS tax credit exemption certificate
  • You have a low income and are named on certificate HC2 (full help) or HC3 (limited help). To apply for this certificate, you should complete form HC1 available from your local hospital or Jobcentre Plus offices.There are national rules governing who can receive NHS (non-emergency) patient transport to get to or from appointments. The patient transport service is for patients with a health condition that stops them travelling to or from a medical appointment by any other means, e.g. stretcher-bound or vulnerable because of specific intense medical treatment. PTS is a vital resource for those that need it and cannot be operated as an alternative to avoid inconvenience or the cost of parking.Can I appeal against a ‘not eligible’ decision? 
  • Useful sources of support:
  • The eligibility criteria applied is quite clear, but if you feel you have special or exceptional circumstances that are not covered in the eligibility process you may make an appeal via e-mail or by phone 023 80627615.    
  • Note: NHS staff must regularly review access to patient transport. If you have had transport in the past, this does not mean you will always receive it – you may have been given transport in error, or your health needs may have changed over time.
  • Can I have NHS patient transport?

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