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Welcome to St Luke's & Botley Surgery Online 

Our aim is to provide all our patients with up to date news and information about our practice. As well as a source of information about our practice, the staff and the services we provide, we hope that you will use this site as a useful resource for other health-related information. We will keep it current with any developments or other details that we feel relevant to you.  Feel free to send us any feedback .

St Lukes Surgery will be closed on Tuesday 13th February from    13:30 - 15:00 for staff training

We regret to advise that we continue to experience technical problems with our telephone service. We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience that this may cause but seek to assure our patients that we are working closely with our service provider to resolve these as quickly as possible.

We are aware that a serious breach of the DPA has occurred today when sending a communication via email to our Patient Participation Group. 

We unreservedly apologise to all affected and we are currently investigating this with our email provider to understand how this occurred.

 We will keep you updated on our progress.



Welcome to our new, exciting and easy to use service.  Try this service for routine medical enquiries. To get started, just click on the image below. 

  • Please note you will receive a response via email.  Unless otherwise advised, your eConsultation will result in either a telephone consultation or a face to face appointment with a clinician.

  • Please note this service CANNOT currently be used to request sick/fit notes.  Please print off a fit/sick note request from this website.  The form can be found under "further information" at the bottom of this page.  Click on "sick certificate", then the link under the heading "medical sick certificate".  Complete the form and drop it in to the surgery.

  • We regret we cannot accept requests for prescriptions using this method.  Please sign up to our online service (details below) or visit the surgery.


Online Services

Follow this LINK to sign in to Online Services.  

For some time you have been able to book and cancel appointments and order repeat prescriptions online.  You have also been able to see some basic information from your medical record, including your medication history, immunisations and allergies.  You are able to request access to more of your medical record, including diagnoses, test results and procedures.  This is known as your detailed coded record (DCR). Access may be granted at your doctor's discretion.  For more information and guidance when applying for access to your DCR, please see our patient information leaflet or click here for NHS guidance.

To register for online services, each family member who wishes to register must visit either surgery with a current form of ID, preferably photographic (driving licence or passport), and complete a form available in reception.


Those patients who currently have access to online services and wish to request access to their DCR will need to re-register and provide ID as above.


Due to the issues surrounding proxy access (i.e. access to online services by somebody e.g. a parent acting on behalf of the patient), we are currently only registering adults (aged 16 and over) for online services.  However we may be able to allow proxy access to parents/guardians of under 11 year olds to include booking appointments, requesting prescriptions, and viewing immunisations, allergies and medication history in the near future.


Should you encounter any difficulties when registering or accessing your online account, please follow this link

Patient Participation Group

The aim of the Patient Participation Group (PPG) is to work in partnership with the practice and to strengthen the relationship between the practice and patients.  The PPG is open to all patients registered at the practice and all practice staff.  For more information about our PPG please click here

Please see the noticeboards in the waiting rooms for details of the next PPG meeting which is always held at St Lukes Surgery.  New members are always welcome.  Drop into either surgery for more information should you wish to come along.

Friends & Family Test

The Friends and Family Test is a way for all patients to give feedback quickly and have their say on the care and treatment they experience across the NHS in England. It helps to improve local healthcare services for everyone by highlighting what is working well and what can be improved. The FFT has been in use in some hospital services since 2013 and is now expanding to more parts of the NHS, including GP practices from December 2014. For full details, see

Here at St Luke's & Botley Surgery we are now able to offer you, our patients, the opportunity to participate in this survey.  You can pick up a survey card the next time you visit the surgery, you can use the iPads located in the reception area at both surgeries, or complete online here:

 Named GP for all Patients

We now have a contractual requirement to allocate all our patients a named and accountable GP who has the responsibility for the overall care that our surgery provides to you.  The allocated named GP will take the lead for the co-ordination of any other relevant health and care professionals who are involved in your care.

If you wish to be told the name of your accountable GP, please ask the Receptionist/Doctor when you are next in the surgery.  Please note:  There is no need to telephone the practice for this information.

Where a patient expresses a preference as to which GP they have been assigned, the practice will make reasonable efforts to accommodate this request.

Please be aware that this will make absolutely no difference to the service we provide you or which doctor deals with your health matters.  You can still see whichever doctor you choose for routine appointments. 

CQC Report

We are pleased to announce the CQC have issued their up-dated report regarding the surgery on 15th December'16 showing an overall green/good for the practice.

A copy of the report can be found here CQC inspection report 18th November 2014.pdf.

Blood Pressure Machine in St Lukes Waiting Room

We have a blood pressure machine in the waiting room for patient's use. Please feel free to come into the surgery and use the machine during surgery opening hours (no appointment needed). Your reading will then be passed to the practice nurse or healthcare assistant and added to your records. Please note, any abnormal readings will be dealt with by the nurse, you may receive a telephone call or letter if we would like you to re-check your blood pressure.

It is important to follow the instructions on the wall correctly to make sure your reading is accurate.


Please contact us if you think you may be eligible for flu or whooping cough vaccinations. We will be sending letters to some patients using Docmail, a well-established provider of such services.

For advice on what to do about flu please see the NHS DirectCold/Flu Symptom Checker.

 For Southampton Minor Injuries Unit opening times & numbers,Click here 

Worried about keeping warm this winter? Speak to "Hitting the Cold Spots" on freephone 0800 804 8601 or see

What's New

Other Information

- Please help set up our patient survey, here.

- Change to Out-of-Hours GP Service telephone number. See here.

· Teenage Page UPDATED!!

· Coronary Heart Disease

· Info on how to Quit smoking

· First five years of life

· Child Health

· Egg Allergy & Immunisation

· What to do if your child has a high temperature 

· Mens health Page

·  Please note- The NHS walk-in-centres do not provide a phlebotomy service

·  Southampton Health Directory



Change of Address:If you are moving, please view our practice boundaries to see if you are still in our area.  You will have to register in another practice if you live outside our boundaries.




(Site updated 12/02/2018)
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