The Village Surgery, Gillett Road, Talbot Village, Poole, BH12 5BFTel: 01202 525252
The Surgery will be closed from 3.30 pm until 6.30 pm on Thursday 28th March 2019 for mandatory staff training.
NHS 111 If you require medical help, please call the NHS 111 service on 111. This service is for urgent medical situations or if you or a member of your family becomes ill and you are concerned.
Local Pharmacist Your local pharmacist is often able to help you with mild medical ailments.
999 If you injury or illness is severe or if you have had a serious accident, telephone 999 and ask for an ambulance. Alternatively visit your local A&E department.
Walk-in Centre. There is a weekend clinic in the local area for holidaymakers, people without a permanent registered GP or those seeking treatment outside of normal surgery hours. There are no telephone bookings - you just turn up and are allocated an appointment on arrival. Please bear in mind that these clinics can be extremely busy and you may have a long wait to be seen. The weekend Walk-in Centre is at:
Boscombe & Springbourne Health Centre, 66-68 Palmerston Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth BH1 4HT. Opening times: Saturday and Sunday 8 am to 8 pm.
Village Surgery will not be providing Covid-19 Spring booster vaccinations.
Our team are unable to make bookings for patients or respond to related questions, so please do not contact the Practice.
Those patients who are eligible for the booster can find a location and book their vaccine via the National Booking Site, link below:
This site can be used for bookings, changes and cancellations.
Those eligible for a Spring booster:Anyone aged 75 and overAnyone living in a Care HomeAnyone aged 5 or over with a weakened immune system
The vaccination programme runs between 17th April and 30th June
More information can be found here:
COVID-19 vaccination service (dorsethealthcare.nhs.uk)
For those people who are recovering from COVID-19, you may still be coming to terms with the impact the virus has had on both your body and mind. These changes should get better over time, some may take longer than others, but there are things you can do to help. A rehabilitation programme has now been created by the NHS in order to help you understand what has happened and what you might expect during recovery and can be accessed through this link.