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Would you like to volunteer at the community cafe based at the New Milton Health Centre?

The cafe is run once a month on a Wednesday Morning. If you are interested or would like to know more please text Sue Wiffien on 07884300641.

Bronchiolitis is is currently circulating in the community.

Read this leaflet to see what to look out for.

We Welcome Dr Elizabeth Fowler and Dr James Goodman as new partners.

In November Dr Annie Rutherford retired. We welcome Dr Elizabeth Fowler and Dr James Goodman as new partners. Patients of Dr Annie Rutherford have been shared to our new doctors. If you would like to know who your doctor is please contact us.

Measles Outbreak

Please be aware that there have been reported Measles cases in England linked to Measles outbreaks in Europe. We are offering the MMR vaccine to all patients who are not vaccinated against Measles. Those travelling to Romania, Italy and Germany are at particular risk of acquiring measles infection and should make sure they are vaccinated.

Dementia Adviser Service.

If you have Dementia or are a Carer of a person with Demetia you can now book an appointment with a Dementia Adviser from the Alzheimer’s Society. They visit us at the health centre once a month. Please call us to book an appointment

CQC overall rating-Good

On the 15th of March 2017 our CQC inspection report was published. View it here 

Do you know the signs of a stroke?

 Knowing what to look out for could save someone's life, or even your own. Learn to Act F.A.S.T. If you think you or someone else is having a stroke call 999 as you need to get to hospital quickly. Please do not delay treatment by calling us first.

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