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Practice Leaflet

Practice Newsletter

Whitecliff Group Practice operates from surgeries in Blandford and Child Okeford.

The doctors are closely involved in the running of Blandford Hospital.  In addition we act as Medical Officers to Clayesmore, Knighton House and The Forum schools.

 

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The Practice Mission Statement

The primary task of our practice is to deliver a recognised high quality of medical care to the patients in our practice area. In addition, we will work to ensure a secure future for the medical services in Blandford. To these ends, we aim to build and maintain an efficiently functioning Primary Health Care Team with high morale.

Access for the Disabled

Access for wheelchairs and toilet facilities for the physically disabled are available at both surgeries. If you need to borrow a wheelchair during your visit, please ask at Reception.

Mothers and Babies 

Baby changing facilities are available. If your baby needs breast-feeding please ask at Reception and a quiet room will be made available.

Parking

There should be ample parking at both surgeries. For the sake of other patients, please only use our car parks while you are at the Surgery.

Prams and Pushchairs

In the interests of health and safety, please leave prams and pushchairs in the undercover area outside the front door.

How to Complain

If you wish to make a complaint please see this information

 

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