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Patients aged 18+ & Pregnant Ladies - don't forget to get your COVID 19 Vaccinations.  Patients aged 50 + and Pregnant Ladies, don't forget your Flu Jabs. 

Contact the surgery to make an appointment or book on line, via the Appointment tab. 

Data for 4 weeks 25.10.21 - 21.11.2021 - Total Incoming Telephone calls received 25,547

Total Appointments during this period   12,223 = 590 appointments per 1000 patients

Number of Appointments where Patients Did Not Attend =  183

Number of Face to Face appointments = 10,118

Number of same day appointments = 4,517

Number of Appointments booked with a GP = 3,955

Sources:-  Horizon Telephone software and  CIS dashboard. NHSDigital


Please choose the right healthcare service in Dorset


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.


Are you a member of the Armed Forces Community and receive support from a friend or relative? Or do you provide support to a friend or relative who is a member of the Armed Forces community (Veteran or currently serving)?

This includes caring for a relative, partner or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or substance misuse problems. All the care given is unpaid.
If you answer yes to either of the above questions, please complete the short survey below, it will take 5 mins of your time. The information collated through this survey will be used to create a greater understanding of carers needs within the Armed Forces community here in Dorset, and fed directly back to the NHS.
This survey is being carried out by Defence Medical Welfare Services (DMWS), as part of a project alongside PramaLife and The Veterans Hub (Weymouth & Portland). This project aims to identify and support carers from vulnerable communities, in this case the Armed Forces community.


Inhaled Flu Vaccines available for Pre-school children with dates of birth between 01.09.2017 and 31.08.2019 - 

Please contact the surgery to make an appointment

Shingles Vaccines - available for patients aged 70 - 79

           please click here  see attached

Covid Vaccine status reports -  Vaccination Passports 

Vaccination Status, Full information

If you have any problems with the NHS APP please see

Please do not contact the surgery 


Patient guide -  how to obtain your COVID Pass:

De-Fibrilators in Bransgore and Burley Areas

Public Access Defibrillators (AED) located at 

  • Bransgore Medical Centre, Ringwood Road, Bransgore 

  • Bransgore Village Hall, Burley Road, Bransgore

  • Harrow Wood Farm and Caravan Park, Bransgore

  • Bransgore Primary School, Ringwood Rd, Bransgore

  • Burley Village Hall, Pound Lane, Burley


Please be advised that our team have placed a plastic bag in with the AED which contains two disposable face masks and one set of protective gloves.

These are in addition to the “Ready Kit” already kept with the AED which contains Shears, razor, gloves  etc.


The two face masks are to provide protection for any rescuer/ person using the defibrillator on a patient, and the second should be placed on the patient being resuscitated. Gloves are for the rescuer. They should be disposed of after use as clinical waste.


During the current Covid-19 emergency the advice from the Resuscitation Council UK is that “rescue breaths” should no longer be undertaken on a casualty in cardiac arrest. There is a chance of droplets being exhaled by the casualty during rescue breaths which, in some cases, may present a risk to the rescuer. As there is a small possibility that this may occur also during chest compressions, untrained persons assisting in such cases should  restrict their actions to


  1. Ensuring an ambulance has been called

  2. Placing a mask on themselves to cover mouth and nose and adjust to suit as a precaution. Wear the gloves provided if felt necessary.

  3. Place a mask over the mouth and nose of the casualty in cardiac arrest as a precaution

  4. Use of the defibrillator followed by:-

  5. Continuous chest compressions at the rate of 100-120 per minute to a depth of 5-6 cm.


You can view the guidance from the Resuscitation Council UK at

Serving You

Our dedicated team are here to treat those minor ailments that occur as well as providing specialist management of long-term conditions and clinics covering a wide range of healthcare issues. The everyday technology available through your phones, tablets and PCs, etc., also means you can now do a lot of things from the comfort of your home such as order a repeat prescription or cancel an appointment.
Partners in Care Once registered, patients and healthcare professionals work together to ensure the most appropriate care is provided. ( Please see our " services" tab for further information)
This partnership philosophy extends even further and our active patient group exists to make sure that patient needs and the practice offering are always heading in the same direction.
Practice Map updated map in progress. (click on, zoom in and check if your address is within our boundary )


There is information through the web page on how you might register for the CMP Patient Participation Group [PPG], whether this is attending PPG meetings or if you would like to be part of the virtual PPG. Please let us know through the forms included in ‘Have Your Say’ if you would like to be involved.

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