Welcome to our new practice nurse
Becca York has joined us from Dorset County Hospital as a practice nurse. Becca hasn't worked in general practice before so will have lots to learn and is very keen to develop her skills, we will endeavour to give her all the right training. Please be aware that she will provide limited services over the initial weeks.
Over the next few weeks you will meet her sitting in with the other nurses and the GPs. Please be aware that she will provide limited services over the initial weeks.
None of our existing nurses are leaving we have just increased the numbers so that you will have better access once Becca has settled in.
Welcome to our junior doctors.
Please join us in welcoming our new trainee doctor Dr Miraj Patel. Further information about him can be found on the staff page.
Dr Bethany Law will be returning from maternity leave in early 2019
Patient Participation Group Newsletter
The Autumn 2018 Patient Participation Group Newsletter can be found under 'Have your Say, Patient Group' please have a look at what your group have to say or download it from the link below
PPG Autumn Newsletter
Next Patient Participation Group Meeting
The next meeting is on Monday 25th February 2019 at 6pm. It will be held at the surgery. If you would like to attend please email John Weir, Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
General Data Protection Regulations
This came in to law on the 25th May 2018. Please see section 2 for further information on the right hand side of this page.
All patients have been allocated a Named GP who will co-ordinate your care if necessary, in-line with NHS England requirements. This has not changed anything in the way that your treatment will be given.
- You can still see any GP of your choice
- You can still talk to any GP of your choice
- To check who your Named GP is, either ask your GP/Nurse next time you have an appointment, ask reception or look on your repeat prescription
Wessex Healthier Together - Better Health for your Children
The link below gives information and advice if you are concerned about your child's health between the age of 0 and 18 years. It gives useful advice about common symptoms and illness and who the speak to should you need further help.
Wessex Healthier Together