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Welcome to Puddletown Surgery

Updated 25th July 2022

Patient information

We would recommend all patients to wear a face mask when visiting the surgery as local rates of Covid infection are continuing to rise and mask wearing prevents the spread of infection between vulnerable patients and protects staff. Please note we will no longer be handing out masks from reception. Please ensure you bring you own. Thank you.

Open morning surgery is available Monday to Friday 9.00 – 10.30. Please arrive before 10.30am.

Please note open surgeries on a Saturday are not returning

For further information see this update.

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In addition to the village of Puddletown, the Practice welcomes patients from the surrounding area including: Tolpuddle, Tincleton, Affpuddle, Briantspuddle, West Stafford, Bockhampton, Stinsford, Piddlehinton, Piddletrenthide, Alton Pancras, Plush, Dewlish, Cheselbourne, Melcombe Bingham, Ansty and Milborne St Andrew.

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Accidents and Injuries

If you are unlucky enough to have an accident of any sort it's always a good idea to phone us here at Surgery. The Doctors and Nurses are happy to assess injuries and give advice. We can treat most minor trauma injuries saving you a trip to Accident & Emergency and perhaps a long wait.

We are also happy to assess and see if you need an x-ray if you think you may have broken something.
During our opening hours, there is always a Doctor available. Speak to our Receptionists, and they will be pleased to help.

What to do in an EMERGENCY

During Surgery opening hours: Ring the Surgery on 01305 848333 

Out of hours: Always ring 111. This is the new NHS number for all urgent calls. Calls are free from landlines and mobiles.


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