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We are delighted to advise that we have increased phone last....thank you very much for your patience.

We would now like you to "TALK MUCH MORE THAN WE WANT YOU TO WALK" to please ring us first to help us make the final step across to improving our service.

THE MAIN SURGERY NUMBER IS GOING TO BE 01202 474311 (but the good news is that if you phone any of the previous surgery numbers then they will all get you through).  When you phone now you will hear automated messages for all calls, directing you through the system, please listen carefully, we have designed the system to handle high demand areas of service as quickly as possible, so patients wanting an appointment or visit the same day will be moved to the right place first etc.. 

We also have other direct numbers that will help you get assistance faster:

For the District Nurse Team covering Mudeford, Friars Cliff, Fairmile, Southbourne, Stanpit, Wick or Barrack Road, please call 01202 495433

For the District Nurse Team covering Highcliffe, Bransgore, Burton, Sopley, Ripley, Purewell or Somerford, please call 01202 495455

For the AMBER Team, part of our Community Team, please call 01202 01202 495462

Once again, many thanks for your patience

Christchurch Medical Practice has now been in operation since October 2017, formerly being The Barn Surgery, Burton and Bransgore Medical Centres and The Orchard Surgery. Christchurch Medical Practice [CMP] operates from locations in Purewell as well as Burton and Bransgore – all surgery buildings remain operational.  While we are still in a period of transition as we develop more streamlined methods of working, our deep routed philosophy of providing excellent care for our patients remains at the core of what we do.  We are very proud to be the largest locality provider, caring for over 22,000 patients within the Christchurch area.

There is information through the web page on how you might register for the CMP Patient Participation Group [PPG], whether this is attending PPG meetings or if you would like to be part of the virtual PPG. Please let us know through the forms included in ‘Have Your Say’ if you would like to be involved.

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