To provide a safer and more efficient same day service
we are improving the management of suspected
Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)
From 1st June UTI urine samples must be brought to
Lanehouse Surgery between
08:00 - 11:30am only
HELP: Your Health, Your Community
Wednesday 4th May 2022
at the Corn Exchange
A letter to our patients
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Chesil Locality Parenting Flyer.
Experiencing bereavement is difficult at any time.
Please click on this link for support.
For the most up-to-date COVID-19 information, please visit the Primary Care Network website by clicking here.
Cancer Matters Wessex
Cancer Matters Wessex have recently redesigned their website that gives information, help and advise for people in Dorset, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight for people with a cancer diagnosis and their loved ones. They would like honest feedback about their website including the information available, useability, language etc, to help anyone needing to access the website in the future. Please click here to visit their website and click here to complete the feedback questionnaire.
Social Prescribing Link Worker
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We are not a walk-in centre...
Please click here for information on how we can help you.
ParentLine is a new text messaging service provided by the Health Visiting team which allows parents and carers of 0-5 year olds to seek advice about their child's health and development via text message. Please click the link below for more information. https://www.dorsethealthcare.nhs.uk/healthvisiting
If you have been asked to bring a urine sample to the surgery, where possible, please bring this to the surgery in the morning rather than the afternoon-especially on Fridays. Thank you for your co-operation.
Memory Assessment Service
The Memory Assessment Service provides specialist help for residents of Dorset with a memory problem affecting their daily life. They aim to diagnose the cause, offer treatment and advice and direct you to other services that can provide support. Click here for more information
NHS services in Dorset continue to be under extreme pressure...
If you’re unwell and are unsure about where to go, visit 111.nhs.uk
or call 111. Please be patient and choose the right care. Get the right treatment, in the right place, at the right time.
At this very busy time, your 111 call may take a little longer to answer than usual but staff will get to you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience.
For ongoing or non-urgent concerns please contact your local pharmacist or GP practice.
Call 999 in a medical emergency. This is when someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk.
Thank you for your support.
We’d also like to thank our hard-working teams who are working incredibly hard to care for those in need.
South Western Ambulance Service
South Western Ambulance Service are experiencing very high demand across the South West. Please only dial 999 in a genuine, life-threatening emergency.🌈
Changes from 1st September 2021...
Please view our recent newsletter for information about the changes happening on 1st September 2021.
Blood Pressure Machine
There is now a Blood Pressure Machine in the waiting area at Wyke Regis Surgery. This is available for patients to use to check their blood pressures.
Meet your Primary Care Network Social Prescribing Team...
If I die, it will be your fault.
Is just one of the many abusive comments heard by GP reception staff throughout the UK. The Institute of General Practice Management launch their campaign to end all abuse towards general practice staff.
Worried about shingles?
Click here to find out if you're eligible for the shingles vaccine.
Make Yourself Heard
If you or your children are in immediate danger, you should call 999. However, there are many other ways you can access help from specialist services. Please click see the PDF document below, for more information.
Make Yourself Heard
e-Consult Information -
Over recent months we have been struggling to cope with the demand we receive daily for our services. Covid has forced us to adapt our ways of working which has led to us triaging the majority of contacts on the day we receive them, something that we have never done before and do not have the capacity to manage long-term.
Therefore with the authorisation of our CCG we have taken the difficult decision to turn off the ability for patients to send in an eConsult from 6pm on a Friday until 6pm on a Sunday each weekend. This decision has been made after months of coming into the surgery on a Monday to in excess of 30 eConsults which have been sent over the weekend. As you will appreciate our normal working hours do not generally give our patients the option to contact us over weekends as there are other services available to patients during this time, from which you can access medical advice, such as 111.
We thank you for your continued support and understanding.
Dorset Mind Physical Activity
Active in Mind. Please visit the word document for information regarding virtual physical activity classes.
We are delighted to announce we have welcomed a Health Coach into our team. Carol works at Wyke Surgery every Thursday afternoon. Carol can help to support patients with long term conditions and carers. Health Coaching helps people to gain and use the knowledge, skills, tools and confidence to become active participants in their care so that they can reach their self-identified health and wellbeing goals.
Unfortunately due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Tuesday Tea Together sessions have been cancelled until further notice. We apologise for the inconvenience but patients are being asked not to attend the surgery unless asked by a member or our Clinical Team. The Friends look forward to seeing you soon.
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