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Friends of the Surgeries

Friends of Oakley and Overton Surgeries  (Formerly known as Friends of Overton Surgery)

Registered Charity No. 1099657 of The Surgery, Station Road, Overton, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG25 3DU

Telephone 01256 770212

The charity's objective is to use donated funds to relieve suffering by the purchase and maintenance of medical and other equipment, and the provision of services for the general good of patients of the Oakley and Overton Surgeries, Hampshire, not readily provided by the Health Authority or by other statutory funds.

The Trustees, who can be contacted via the surgeries, are:

  • Ken Usher - Honorary Chairman and Patient - Oakley
  • Paul Trotman - Honorary Treasurer and Patient - Overton
  • Sue Carter - Honorary Secretary and Patient - Overton 
  • David Bartlett - Practice Doctor
  • Jane Timberlake - Receptionist
  • Gill Delbridge - Healthcare Assistant
  • Ian Haynes - Patient - Overton
  • Sue Berry - Patient - Overton
  • Conchita Collins - Patient - Oakley

This is a local charity and the funds come from gifts made to the practice - bequests, gifts in memory of relatives or friends and gifts of thanks from patients. Donations may be made payable to "Friends of Oakley and Overton Surgeries" and sent to either surgery, marked for the attention of the Treasurer.Height and weight machine

Blood pressure machine




 List of Major Equipment and Services

 Accounts 2017

Trustees Report 2017

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