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We have been informed by Rowlands Ferndown that repeat prescription request will take 5 working days to turn around..

FLU Vaccination Clinic's 2019 Book your appointment at the front desk..

Under 65's

At 'Risk' patients under 65yr who have a medical condition i.e COPD, Diabetes, Immunosuppression, Stroke.(for more information please see Patient Advice opposite)

Over 65's To be eligible:-  65yr as at 31st March 2020.

Friends and Family Test

The Friends and Family test (FFT) is an important opportunity for you to provide feedback on the care and treatment you receive and to improve services. Please click the Friend & Family test on the menu to complete this survey.

The following Nurse led clinics are held weekly.


Run by a specialist nurse who holds a Diploma in Diabetes Care from Warwick University Medical School.


Run by a specialist nurse who holds the National Respiratory Training Centre Diploma in Asthma and Chronic Lung Disease.


Run by a specialist nurse who holds a diploma in Coronary Heart Disease (CHD).

Liquid Nitrogen (Cryotherapy Clinic)

A doctor and nurse hold a clinic on a Friday afternoon approximately every 6 to 8 weeks to treat appropriate skin problems with liquid nitrogen.  This is a safe procedure and we have two cryotherapy instruments, kindly donated by patients, for this purpose.  A large number of conditions are suitable for treatment with cryotherapy, so if you think you may have a condition, please talk to your doctor about it.

Please note we no longer treat warts and verrucaes here.

Other Clinics

Flu clinics are held during October to March each year.  We have an annual project which targets specific at-risk health groups.

We no longer provide Smoke Stop Clinics 'in house' but can refer patients to one of the clinics locally held at Ferndown Library, Parley Cross Pharmacy or Rowlands Pharmacy in the High Street.




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