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Online Services

Social Prescribing  

Dorset has been at the forefront of embracing Social Prescribing and so we celebrate this great achievement by shining a light on these services and to raise awareness of the benefits of Social Prescribing and how to access it. The Social Prescriber at the Prince of Wales Surgery is called Sarah Millner and she works Wednesday and Friday. Social Prescribing Information Sheet

Wearing a Face Covering - an update

It is no longer necessary to wear a mask when visiting the surgery unless you have a cough or a chest infection. Should you choose to continue to wear a mask so that you feel safer that is perfectly acceptable. We look forward to seeing your smiles again!

 New Telephone Installation - Thursday 21st July 2022

We are pleased to announce that the new phone installation went well and the staff are all trained in using the system. We hope that you are finding the system clearer and that if you are waiting you are informed of the queue length.

We would like to inform you that all phone calls will now be recorded for training and security purposes.


Dorset County Hospital Emergency Department is currently very busy, if you have a minor injury or ailment please visit one of the Units below if you are unable to self care. You will need to phone to book an appointment, you will not be seen if you turn up without a prior booking.



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Weymouth UTC



01305 762541

Bridport MIU



01308 426245

Shaftesbury MIU



01747 851535

Wimborne MIU



01202 856436

Swanage MIU



01929 475009

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NHS services in Dorset continue to be under extreme pressure.

 If you’re unwell and are unsure about where to go, visit or call 111. Please be patient and choose the right care.

 Get the right treatment, in the right place, at the right time.

 At this very busy time, your 111 call may take a little longer to answer than usual but staff will get to you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience.

 For ongoing or non-urgent concerns please contact your local pharmacist or GP practice.

 Call 999 in a medical emergency. This is when someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk.

Thank you for your support.



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(Site updated 27/07/2022)

Contact Details

The Prince of Wales Surgery

Contact Telephone

01305 250989
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