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Welcome to Bishops Waltham Surgery


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Dr Ian Forster

It is with great sadness that after being a partner at Bishops Waltham Surgery for 32 years that we have to inform you that Dr Ian Forster has retired. He will be greatly missed by the whole team at the surgery and by many patients with whom he has consulted with over the years. We hope you will join us to wish him all the very best in his retirement.

Please see below a letter from Dr Forster.

Dr Forster - Retirement Letter

Online Services - EMIS Patient Access


For more information and to register for Bishops Waltham Surgery’s online services called Patient Access please refer to the FAQ Section.

This service replaces all previous systems including VOS - Vision Online Services and any other e-mail based systems. It will still allow you to book and view selected appointments as well as update your contact details that the surgery holds for you. In addition you can now order and view your repeat medication as well as to view certain aspects of your medical record.

Click on the image below to go to the Patient Access website to access your Medication, Appointments and Medical Records. 

Private Fees

For an up-to-date list of Private fess for Bishops Waltham Surgery, please visit our Private Fees Page.

Access & Parking

The surgery is accessible to wheelchair users and has disabled parking bays close to the building with a ramp to the front door. Patients unable to open the front door should use the bell to request assistance from a member of staff. The patient toilet is fully equipped for the needs of disabled users.

There is a convenient public car park just a short distance from the surgery in Lower Lane. Patients are asked not to park on the surgery forecourt as this may cause an obstruction to vehicles required for a medical emergency.


Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the surgery site.

Mobile Phones

We kindly request that you refrain from using your mobile phone whilst in the surgery building.


(Site updated 01/04/2019)
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