Opening Hours

Monday – Friday: 08:30 – 18:00

Doors & phonelines close between 13:00 and 14:00 for lunch

Weekends: Walk-in for urgent appointments between 09:00 -18:00 at Crescent Providence Surgery, in Boscombe.

Bank Holidays: Closed

Urgent Clinics for emergency appointments run at Crescent Providence Surgery, in Boscombe, every day between 08:30-10:00 for registered patients only.

Digital Champions Service

We have recently launched our Digital Champion service across all our GP practices. We now offer 1-1 sessions to help you become more confident using IT equipment and connecting online. We will support you to enjoy all the benefits that the digital world can bring. You can get help with: Registering for online services e.g. […] More. . .

NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme

The Diabetes Prevention Programme is provided by Living Well Taking Control in Dorset. This is a group-based, face-to-face programme, that will be delivered in your area from 1st August 2022. These sessions will take place in your Local Community, local to your home address or GP surgery. Services available: Face-to-Face – a group based, face-to-face programme. […] More. . .

Travel Vaccinations

It is advised to make an appointment at least 6 weeks before your departure date if possible. We require a minimum of 6 weeks’ notice in order to provide a full service and to complete courses of some vaccinations. Please visit the NHS travel vaccinations website for more information: Please check current travel advice on NHS fit […] More. . .

Monthly Archives: December 2016

Dorset Open Door

Experiencing bereavement is difficult at any time and for some people,  it can be additionally traumatic during the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you have been bereaved by suicide, the grieving process can be even more complicated, distressing, uncertain and confusing.

Dorset Open Door, acknowledges that everyone has a different experience of bereavement. The team will listen to you and in the context of your personal experience, circumstance, strengths and resources help you to navigate support and advice that is right for you.

For more information:

You can contact Dorset Open Door by calling 01305 361 361 or emailing

Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, a fantastic annual opportunity to raise awareness of the fourth most common cancer in the UK. Every 15 minutes someone is diagnosed with the disease, that’s nearly 43,000 people each year.

Bowel cancer is also the UK’s second biggest cancer killer, however it shouldn’t be because it’s treatable and curable especially if diagnosed early. Nearly everyone survives bowel cancer if diagnosed at the earliest stage but this drops significantly as the disease develops. Early diagnosis really does save lives.

That’s why we’re supporting Bowel Cancer Awareness Month and Bowel Cancer UK, the UK’s leading bowel cancer charity, to raise awareness of the symptoms of bowel cancer:

  • bleeding from your bottom and/or blood in your poo
  • a persistent and unexplained change in bowel habit
  • unexplained weight loss
  • extreme tiredness for no obvious reason
  • a pain or lump in your tummy

Most people with these symptoms don’t have bowel cancer. Other health problems can cause similar symptoms. But if you have one or more of these, or if things just don’t feel right, see your GP.

For more information about bowel cancer and details of how to get involved in Bowel Cancer Awareness Month visit