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Community Midwives

Clinics are available every Tuesday morning at the Wyke Regis Health Centre and at Lanehouse Surgery on a Friday morning. Please ring 782226 to make an appointment through the reception team. If you think you are pregnant, please complete a self-referral form. If you need to contact the Chesil midwife team, please ring them on Dorchester 254252.

Community Nurses

The team work closely with the doctors, practice nurses and other services such as Community Matrons, Continence Advisors and Social Services. Their duties include visiting patients of any age in their own homes, giving practical assistance or offering professional advice. To contact them please ring the Health Centre on 831330.

Community Matron

Our Community Matron works alongside the GP’s and District Nurses to visit our patients and provide care in the community.

Health Visitors

HV Assistant

The health visitor is available for advice on health care and health provision for the under-fives, expectant mums and young families. The health visitor is based at Littlemoor Health Centre their telephone number is 01305 361071.

Attached Staff

Cancer Care Dorset Nurses   

Lorna Hallett and Cathy Stone provide specialist advice on cancer care and palliative care, support to patients and their families in their homes, day-care and volunteer practical help.

Podiatry

Appointments by referral only, patients need to meet a certain criteria. Clinics are held at the Wyke Regis Health Centre .

Counsellor

For help and support if you are aged 18 or over and experiencing stress, low mood or anxiety. Appointments are by referral only, please see your GP or you can self-refer through Steps2Wellbeing Dorset www.steps2wellbeing.co.uk or Tel: 01305 761501

Citizens Advice Bureau

Ann Macdonald is at Wyke Health Centre every Friday mornings for advice and on Monday mornings at Lanehouse Surgery for problems relating to benefits, housing, debt, consumers, relationships and many other problems, appointments can be made through the reception team.

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