Clinics and Services

The following clinics are run, by appointment, at both surgeries unless otherwise stated.

Asthma Clinic

Arrange an appointment via the receptionist.

Cervical Smear Clinic

If you are aged between 25 and 65 then please arrange an appointment via the receptionist.

Childhood Immunisation Clinic

You will normally receive written advice from the Health Authority when routine immunisations are due.

  • Broadstone Surgery - arrange an appointment via the receptionist
  • Merley Surgery - arrange an appointment via the receptionist.

Contraception Services

This can be discussed on a case by case basis and your GP should be able to offer you advice.  We have GPs trained to fit both coils and implants for contraceptive purposes. 

Diabetic Clinic

Arrange an appointment with the Diabetic Nurse via the receptionist.

NHS Health Checks

Patients aged over 40 and under 75 will be invited to have a Health Check by the practice.  You will be invited to attend for one of these every 5 years. 

Please arrange an appointment via the reception.

Hearing Aid Batteries & Repair

Hearing aid batteries can be obtained from the receptionist during our normal opening hours. For simple repairs please contact the following:

Wimborne Hospital: for simple repairs on NHS hearing aids, please telephone 01202 841101 for an appointment.

Maternity Clinics

Arrange an appointment in your doctor's normal surgery, or with the midwife.

In House Services

The Practice provides a variety of services for its patients which would normally only be provided at a hospital. These include:

Physiotherapy, Psychology, Counselling, Dermatology and Chiropody.

Access to these services is by referral from your GP, with the exception of chiropody. For accessing chiropody an application form, obtainable from reception, must be completed and returned to the Practice to ensure that patients meet the criteria under which we are able to offer chiropody treatment.

Travel Advice / Immunisation

By appointment with the nurse. See the above tab for further details.

Social Prescription: Take Control of your Health & Wellbeing

Many things effect how well you feel and not all can be easily fixed by seeing a doctor or with medicines.

People often benefit from a different sort of prescription – one which helps them access support from different organisations, support groups and by getting involved in activities in the local community.

Social prescribing starts with a conversation between you and a social prescriber, someone trained to listen who will get to know you and understand your needs. Everybody is different, so your social prescriber will find and signpost you to the people and organisations which are right for you. This is what we call a social prescription.

For example, they will signpost you to services to help with:

  • Social isolation and loneliness
  • Emotional wellbeing
  • Making healthy lifestyle choices
  • Managing long-term health conditions
  • Housing and financial problems impacting health
  • Access to volunteering, training or employment.

The service is free and open to anyone over 13 years.

How do I contact a social prescriber?

It is simple. You can talk to your GP or other healthcare professional or speak to surgery reception staff. We will take care of the rest and contact you with an appointment.


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