That's the message from the local NHS providers.
Today's industrial action by members of the British Medical Association have had a minimal impact on Hampshire.
That's the message from the NHS who say that 29 GP practices, out of a possible 225 were affected.
None on the Isle of Wight were affected by the action.
Hospitals have also experienced no serious operational difficulties.
Dr Stuart Ward, Medical Director for the Southampton, Hampshire, Isle of Wight and Portsmouth Primary Care Trust Cluster, says:
"The BMA was always quite clear that patient safety remained the over-riding priority during this day of action, and anyone needing urgent or emergency care will receive it as normal until the action ends tonight at 11.59pm.
"All GP surgeries are open as normal, and at the very least will be providing urgent care.
"However, with more than 85% not taking part in the industrial action the overwhelming majority are providing all their usual services without any disruption whatsoever.
"Where action has been taken across the whole of the local health economy, minimal inconvenience has been caused to patients.
"NHS South of England, which oversees the health service over the entire region, has reported no serious operational difficulties as a result of the BMA action, thanks to the efforts of staff and helpful co-operation of patients.
"Hospitals across the region have worked well to inform patients of any possible disruption or cancellation of non-urgent appointments â€" and that has been replicated across the SHIP area."