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Core Services 

  • General management of Medical Conditions  stethonchart
  • Health Promotion Advice
  • Emergency Care if appropriate 
  • Referral for Other Services, if appropriate 
  • Urgently required care for Temporary Residents

Additional Services

  • Cervical Screening
  • Contraceptive Services
  • Child Health Surveillance 
  • Vaccinations and Immunisations 
  • Minor Surgery Procedures 
  • Maternity Services

Enhanced Services

  • IUCD
  • Choose & Book
  • Audiology
  • Vestibular
  • others to be arranged

Nurse Clinics

Our team of nurses and health care assistants are able to help with blood pressure checks, cervical smears, family planning, dressings and first aid, injections and immunisations, removal of stitches, ear syringing, hearing tests, hearing aids, allergy skin tests, ECGs, asthma, diabetic and hypertension checks. 

They also give advice on minor ailments, travel vaccination requirements, healthy lifestyle and run Smokestop Clinics.  Appointments for our nurses may be made at either surgery by contacting reception after 10:00.

Well Woman Clinics

These clinics are open to all women.  Women aged between 25 and 49 will be invited to attend every three years and those between 50 and 64, every five years, for a cervical smear.  Included in the well woman check are height, weight and blood pressure measurements, urine test and advice on healthy living.

Well Man Checks

These checks are available to all men wishing to attend.  practice nurses will perform routine checks, ie. blood pressure, urine, height, weight and will give advice on healthy lifestyle.  Please make an appointment with reception or by telephone.

Respiratory Clinic

Clinics are held at the following times:

  • Burton   Wednesday afternoon   
  • Bransgore  Thursday afternoon

Diabetic Clinic

Clinics are held at the following times:

  • Burton Tuesday afternoon & Thursday afternoon
  • Bransgore Monday afternoon

Hypertension Clinic

Clinics are held at the following times: 

  • Burton Thursday mornings and Friday afternoon

Minor Surgery

There is a treatment room at both Medical Centres for dealing with minor injuries and surgical procedures that can be performed by the doctors and practice nurses.

Antenatal Clinics

For Burton patients the Midwife clinics are held in the Stable Block at the rear of the main surgery building every Tuesday afternoon and ever other Wednesday afternoon

For Bransgore patients, the Midwife will be running clinics in the Twin Oaks Surgery every other Wednesday morning -the Midwife will ensure that your medical records with our Practice are kept up to date.  You will need to book these appointments with the Midwife when you see her or contact Twin Oaks surgery direct 01425 403263.




Baby/Child Health Surveillance Clinic

Burton - in St Luke’s Church Hall
Wednesday 13:00 - 14:30  3rd Wednesday in the month 

Mudeford Surgery
Wednesday 13:00 - 14:30  2nd Wednesday in the month 

St Mark's Church Hall, Highcliffe
Wednesday 13:00 - 14:30 4th Wednesday in the month

Parents must be signed in the arrival book by 2.15pm to ensure that they are seen.  Babies and young children are seen for weighing, immunisations,  developmental checks and any advice needed.


Family Planning

A full range of family planning services, including confidential advice, is available at the Family Planning Clinics which are run by the practice nurses and doctors at the following times:

Burton - from 17:00 every Monday 

Family Planning appointments are also available during normal surgeries if required, please contact reception.



Royal Bournemouth Hospital operate Phlebotomy clinics in our surgery at Burton on Monday monrings and at our Bransgore surgery on Tuesday mornings.

Our Phlebotomists are also available at both surgeries for our elderly and infirm patients who are not able to get to either Christchurch or Bournemouth Hospitals.


Nurse appointments are available for the use of liquid nitrogen for removal of minor skin lesions that the doctor has seen and diagnosed.

Three Yearly Checks

We would encourage all patients to have a check-up every 3 years.  These are normally booked with a practice nurse.

Flu Vaccination Clinic

These clinics for ‘at risk’ groups are generally held between October and January. Please contact reception for an appointment.


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