The reception staff are happy to advise you of the locally available dispensing chemist as well as those providing evening facilities. Some chemists also offer a delivery service for housebound patients.
Bournemouth Bereavement Services
Tell us once - This is a free goverment service that allows you to report a death when you suffer a bereavement and need to tell central and local goverment.
When someone has died, there are lots of things that need to be done, at a time when you probably least feel like doing them. This will include contacting Goverment departments and local council services that need to be informed. www.gov.uk/tell-us-once
Child Health Information
The 'Healthier Together' website has full of useful information about caring for babies and children.
Health Visitor Information
Click here for 'Dorset Health Visiting' contact details.
Enrol to begin school in 2018
Enrol at school Download this flyer about enroling your child in a reception class at a school in 2018, or else visit https://enrol.bournemouth.gov.uk
Plans to improve dementia services in Dorset in 2016. Around 13,638 people over 65 in Dorset have dementia. Over the past few years, NHS Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group has done considerable work to improve dementia diagnosis rates, which rose from being one of the lowest in the country in 2011 at 26% to diagnosing 62.2% of the estimated prevalence of people living with dementia across Dorset by March 2016. Dorset is considered to be one of the fastest improving areas in the country.
Booklets with further information on dementia services are available from the Surgery. Please speak to Alison Thomas (our Carers Lead) for further details.
A drop in support group is held on the 1st and 3rd Friday each month at Rossmore Library, Herbert Avenue, Poole, BH12 4HS - 1st Floor between 11am and 1pm.
Phone: 07818 173 390 Further details are here
Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group
Dorset DT1 1TS
Tel: 01305 368900
Fax: 01305 368947
Dorset Living Well Active
Living with or beyond cancer
Dorset Mind offers a number of groups led by a professional facilitators and other services for people with mental health problems.
Help and advice in Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole
The Community Advice in Dorset project gives advice about welfare benefits, debt, housing etc.
In 2015 over 27,000 people received help form Citizens Advice offices in Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole.
Local Phone Numbers
Surgery Contact Number: 01202 411700
Age Concern Bournemouth: 01202 523300
Alcoholics Anonymous: 01202 296000
Alzheimer's Society: 01202 483241
Bereavement Services (see below for information booklet): 01202 526238
Bournemouth Bereavement Services: 01202 526238
BPAS (Pregnancy Advisory Service): 0345 730 4030
Child Line (confidential help and advice for anyone under 19yrs old): 0800 11 11
Christchurch Hospital: 01202 486361
Citizens Advice Bureau: 03444 111444 or 03444 994105
Diabetes Careline: 0345 123 2399
District Nurses: 01202 705636
Dorset Adult Aspergers Support: 07818 173 390
Drug & Alcohol Action Team: 01202 451451
Health Visitors - Queens Park Team: 07766 820028
Help & Care (help for older people - many services provided): 0300 111 3303
Police (non-urgent): 101 or 552099
Poole General Hospital: 01202 665511
Red Cross (For mobility aids): 01202 484074
Royal Bournemouth Hospital: 01202 303626
Silverline (Someone to talk to for over 65's - 24hr line): 0800 4 70 80 90
Social Services - Bournemouth: 01202 458000; Christchurch: 01202 474106
Special Clinic (Sexually Transmitted Diseases): 01202 704537
The Junction - Teenagers Advice Line (under 25's): 01202 396009
The Junction - Any age: 0300 3031948
The Samaritans: 116 123 or 551999