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MSI Reproductive Choices Find attached a new help service. 

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Winter guidance

The cold snap is well and truly upon us, as with any extreme weather conditions it’s the most vulnerable people who are the most risk:

  1. Healthwatch have produced guidance on staying well this winter:
  2. NHS Dorset’s guidance is here:
  3. Our friends at Help and Kindness has a vast range of organisations on their database that can support people through the winter months:

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Fake Lloyds Pharmacy Emails 

December 2023 information from Dorset Police

A phishing email campaign is currently targeting people with fake Lloyds Pharmacy emails. The emails falsely claim that by signing up for Lloyds Direct you can easily manage prescriptions and get free delivery.

These emails contain links designed to steal personal/financial information or install malware. The fraudsters have made the emails appear more genuine by including Lloyds Direct/NHS logos and Trustpilot reviews.
However, these emails are fake. Do not click any links, provide info, or sign up through these emails. Double check directly with your pharmacy if unsure.
To learn more and stay updated on related scams, visit the official Lloyds Pharmacy customer service page: Suspicious Email/Spam Email ( How to stay safe online Get Safe Online | The UK's leading Online Safety Advice Resource
Key protections:

  • Verify pharmacy emails before clicking links or providing info
  • Go directly to your pharmacy's website rather than through links
  • Check for spelling/formatting issues indicating a potential fake
  • Keep device security protections updated to block malware

Stay vigilant against pharmacy-themed phishing campaigns trying to steal personal information or distribute malware. Verify legitimacy through official channels before engaging.

What is HOPE

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Here you will find some helpful information on Diabetes which is ran by Weymouth & Portland NHS Diabetes Team. Please clink the link provided for more information. Diabetes Self Referral

Follow the link to find out more information regarding Warm Welcome

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Final Practice Report

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Practice Booklet

LGBT support and helplines

Wyke Regis and Lanehouse Medical Practice  Vision Statement 2022


“A committed multidisciplinary team who provide joined up, accessible care, with the right people, to meet the whole needs of the patient and support the health needs of the Community.”


Wyke Regis and Lanehouse Medical Practice supports a lifelong patient centred approach to care.

The Surgery recognises the workforce challenges across the NHS and chooses to prioritise Continuity of Care appropriately alongside strategies to improve Access to Care for all. As such it embraces a diverse workforce which adds depth and expertise to Primary care.


All Staff play a role in the team and take collective responsibility for ensuring best possible care is available.

The surgery maintains an ethos of respect for all staff and adopts a nurturing and supportive environment. Teamwork is valued above all and this drives excellence in care, workforce satisfaction and practice resilience.


New ways of working are embraced where patient care and staff welfare will benefit.

The Surgery recognises that new ways of working are needed to adequately meet the demands placed on Primary care. Where these benefit patients or are required to ensure safe care, Wyke Regis and Lanehouse Medical Practice will actively embrace innovative practice.

Dr Rachael Stow, Dr Paul Nicholls, Mrs Ann Klust, August 2022

If you’ve contacted the practice since March 2022 could you help us by completing a survey on the recent changes we’ve made. Please click on the link below

We’ve changed the way we work to improve how you access services at the practice. If you’ve contacted us since March 2022, we’d be grateful if you could help us by completing a survey. Please click on the link below.

A paper copy can be collected from the surgeries if needed.

Thank you.

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To provide a safer and more efficient same day service

we are improving the management of suspected

Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)


UTI urine samples must be brought to

Wyke Regis Surgery between

                      08:00 - 11:30am only


  • Please ensure your sample is a “mid-stream” sample


  • Samples must be in a yellow urine sample tube only including samples being dropped off on behalf of someone else


  • You are welcome to provide a sample at the practice if you do not have a specimen pot at home


  • When you call to report symptoms or drop a sample you will be asked to complete a detailed symptom questionnaire via text, telephone or paper copy, this will help guide the clinical team’s assessment


  •   If appropriate, you may be sent prescription information through a text message, without the need for a call or appointment

Experiencing bereavement is difficult at any time.

Please click on this link for support.

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. 

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. 

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 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.🌈

Blood Pressure Machine 

There is now a Blood Pressure Machine in the waiting area at Wyke Regis Surgery and Lanehouse Surgery. This is available for patients to use to check their blood pressures.

Meet your Primary Care Network Social Prescribing Team...

 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 

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