Welcome to Puddletown Surgery
Updated 23rd September 2021
Flu Clinics 2021
We have now had confirmation of our flu vaccine delivery, but sadly it will not arrive in time for the clinic on Saturday 25th September.
If you had an appointment for a Flu Vaccination on Saturday 25th September this will now be at the same time on Saturday 16th October.
Please do NOT phone reception unless you are unable to make the 16th October.
We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused.
All other clinics have been re-instated, if you already have an appointment booked, please keep this appointment time.
If you would like to book a flu vaccine appointment please contact reception.
Flu Vaccine clinics will now run on:
Friday 1st October (under 65yrs only)
Saturday 2nd October
Saturday 16th October (over 65yrs only)
Friday 22nd October (under 65yrs only)
COVID-19 is still with us, and the safety of NHS patients, visitors and staff is our top priority.
In line with Government guidance, everyone accessing or visiting healthcare settings must continue to wear a face covering, unless they are exempt, and follow social distancing rules.
Our teams will continue to take other infection prevention and control measures to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19 and other infections in health and care settings.
It is important for the public to continue to play their part when visiting NHS and care settings to help protect our staff and patients, particularly those who may be more vulnerable to infections.
In addition to the village of Puddletown, the Practice welcomes patients from the surrounding area including: Tolpuddle, Tincleton, Affpuddle, Briantspuddle, West Stafford, Bockhampton, Stinsford, Piddlehinton, Piddletrenthide, Alton Pancras, Plush, Dewlish, Cheselbourne, Melcombe Bingham, Ansty and Milborne St Andrew.
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Accidents and Injuries
If you are unlucky enough to have an accident of any sort it's always a good idea to phone us here at Surgery. The Doctors and Nurses are happy to assess injuries and give advice. We can treat most minor trauma injuries saving you a trip to Accident & Emergency and perhaps a long wait.
We are also happy to assess and see if you need an x-ray if you think you may have broken something.
During our opening hours, there is always a Doctor available. Speak to our Receptionists, and they will be pleased to help.
What to do in an EMERGENCY
During Surgery opening hours: Ring the Surgery on 01305 848333
Out of hours: Always ring 111. This is the new NHS number for all urgent calls. Calls are free from landlines and mobiles.
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(Site updated 23/09/2021)