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11th September 2020 is the first day of our new telephone system with our new providers. 

We hope that you will bear with us during this bedding-in process.  Many thanks

Patients who attend the surgery are advised to wear face masks or face coverings - the exceptions to this would be children under the age of 11, those with disabilities or those with breathing difficulties or who are travelling with someone who relies on lip reading.  


If you’re meeting up with friends and family this weekend make sure you: 

  • Leave plenty of space

  • Make sure you only socialise in groups of up to 6 people, both indoors and outdoors

  • Do not touch or hug

 We all need to do our bit to help stop the spread of #coronavirus  -   #DoYourBit 

 Public Health Dorset have also put some information out about where to get tested, again please feel free to share if it would be helpful. or


Primary care is still open and we encourage people to get in touch for any health concerns that cannot be dealt with by the individual, their family or friends or the local pharmacy
 Routine vaccinations and immunisations are important and are available at the practice.
 Please only visit the surgery in person if you have an appointment
 If you think you need to see a doctor please call the practice to speak to a clinician or use e-consult via using  the link above. 
 If you need to be seen face-to-face then you will be given an appointment to come to the practice
 This change is happening to help keep staff and patients safe
 We want to discourage people queuing outside a GP practice and waiting in the waiting area, to reduce the spread of coronavirus
 Coming in for a booked appointment means you will be seen promptly
 Staff will clean down areas before your arrival to keep you safe
 If you have coronavirus symptoms DO NOT come into the practice– self isolate and seek help via your practice GP or NHS 111 at

We are confident that our website will provide clear and concise help and give our patients the information they require in an easy and convenient format. It has been designed with the patients' needs at the forefront of everything, from checking surgery times to letting us know what you think of us.

(Site updated 18/09/2020)
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