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COMMUNICATION:  We want to make sure that all of our patients are able to read and understand the information we provide. If you find it hard to read our letters or need someone to support you during appointments please let us know.  We want to know if you need information in braille, large print or audio format, or if you need an interpreter or need any other communication tools.  Please contact the surgery reception for help or advice.

BERE REGIS NEIGHBOURCAR SCHEME.  This a voluntary organisation for residents of the Parish of Bere Regis - please contact the surgery for details.

For all medical emergencies when we are closed, please dial 111. For life threatening emergencies, dial 999.

ONLINE SERVICES - For information on services available online please click the link on the right hand side of this page.

CARE QUALITY COMMISSION - The surgery was inspected in 2016 by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).  We are pleased to announce that the surgery has been given a GOOD rating with OUTSTANDING for care of our elderly patients.  To view our report please click on number 4. Care Quality Commission on the right hand side of this page.

SMS Test Messaging - We are now reminding patients of their appointment via text message.  Please ensure we have your correct mobile number by contacting the Reception Team.



A stroke is a medical emergency that requires immediate medical attention.  Recognising the signs and calling 999 for an ambulance is crucial.  The sooner somebody who is having a stroke gets urgent medical attention the better their chances of a good recovery.


The Face Arm Speech Time test can help you recognise the signs of a stroke. 


FACE:      Has their face fallen on one side?  Can they smile?

ARMS:     Can they raise both arms and keep them there?

S PEECH:  Is their speech slurred?

T IME:       Time to call 999 if you see any single one of these signs.


If the person has failed any of these tests call 999 immediately so they can be taken to hsopital for urgent treatment.  Paramedic and ambulance staff are trained to assess patients with suspected stroke and get them to a hospital quickley.


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