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Clinics & Services

The following services are run, by appointment, at the surgery:

Midwife Antenatal Clinic

Tuesday morning. 

Coronary Heart Disease Prevention Clinic 

Please arrange an appointment via the receptionist. 

Diabetic Clinic 

Please arrange an appointment via the receptionist. 

Asthma Clinic 

Please arrange an appointment via the receptionist. 

Cervical Smear Clinic 

Please arrange an appointment via the receptionist with a female doctor or one of the nurses. 

Childhood Immunisation Clinic 

You will normally receive written advice from the surgery when routine immunisations are due. School-age children will be contacted directly by the School Health Department. 

Well Baby Clinic 

Is held at Branksome Childrens Centre, Poole Road (opposite Tesco) Tuesday 11am to 12.30pm

Under 1’s group is 9.30-10.30am Tuesdays in term time at the same place.

Contraception Services 

By appointment with a GP. 

Child Health Surveillance

By appointment with a GP.

blood_pressure2Minor Surgery Services 

If your doctor suggests that you need a minor operation, please arrange an appointment with the doctor. The doctor will advise you as to the duration of the appointment required. 

Travel Advice/Immunisation 

A full travel advice service is offered. Some holiday vaccinations are not available on the NHS and therefore attract a fee. Please arrange an appointment with the nurse, allowing at least 6-8 weeks before travel to avoid disappointment. Please note that a charge of £15 will be made for non-attendance of a pre-booked travel clinic appointment. 

Phlebotomy (blood tests)

Lilliput Surgery offers a phlebotomy service with a limited number of appointments. Appointments are also available at Poole Hospital and Royal Bournemouth Hospital to meet the demand of our patients. Please make an appointment via a receptionist. 

Carer Advice 

The surgery has a “Carer's Lead” to give advice and information on services relating to carer's needs. If you care for someone by providing personal care and help with daily living requirements on a regular basis and without payment, then you are able to register as a carer at the surgery.  Please contact reception for further details. 

In-House Services

The practice provides a variety of services for its patients which would normally only be provided in hospital. These include: physiotherapy and dietary advice. Access to these services is by referral from your GP.

Nurses Clinics

Travel immunisation advice/injections, cervical smears, wound dressing, removal of sutures, routine injections, blood tests, general treatment of minor injuries, ECG tests, flu vaccinations (Oct/Nov), blood pressure checks and asthma and diabetic clinics.


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