Welcome to The Prince of Wales Surgery, Dorchester
As you enter Frederick Treves House, a purpose-built medical centre - we are on the right - please approach our Reception, where you will receive a warm welcome.
Our aim at the Prince of Wales Surgery is to provide comprehensive, friendly, professional and personal service, with time to discuss our patients’ healthcare concerns. We endeavour to make it easy for our patients to make an appointment to see their doctor, nurse or other healthcare professional.
We intend to be part of our local community and a centre for excellence in the provision of primary healthcare, with in-house provision of a range of medical services.
Saving lives by teaching others to save lives.We are committed and dedicated to providing higher professional standards for qualified doctors and medical students. You may occasionally have consultations with one of these doctors under direct supervision. We will provide these services by maintaining an efficient and user-friendly business. We are a Personal Medical Services (PMS) Contract Practice.
It is with great sadness and regret that we have to announce that Dr Felicity Quick will be leaving the practice on May 6th 2016.
This is due to unsustainable increased workload pressure incompatible with raising a young family. She will be missed by staff and patients alike.
If you would like to leave her a farewell message there is a book on reception that you can write comments in. We appreciate that you may wish to say goodbye personally but please bear in mind her appointments are for patients who need to be seen for medical reasons.
However, it is with great pleasure we announce that Dr John Robertson will be starting at the practice on May 1st 2016. Dr Robertson is an experienced GP who has moved from Bristol to the Dorchester area with his young family.
We are sure that you will join us in welcoming him to the Prince of Wales Surgery.
May Bank Holiday - 2nd May 2016
The surgery will be closed on Monday 2nd May re-opening on Tuesday 3rd May 2016 at 8.00am for telephones, 7.30am for surgery doors.
In you are unwell and are not able to wait until we re-open please contact NHS 111 by dialling 111. For serious injury or life-threatening emergencies please call 999 and ask for an ambulance.
Please ensure that you have sufficient medication to cover the bank holiday period.
Wessex Healthier Together - Better Health for your Chidren
The link below gives information and advice if you are concerned about your child's health between the age of 0 and 18 years. It gives useful advice about common symptoms and illness and who the speak to should you need further help.
Wessex Healthier Together
All patients have been allocated a Named GP who will co-ordinate your care if necessary, in-line with NHS England requirements. This has not changed anything in the way that your treatment will be given.
- You can still see any GP of your choice
- You can still talk to any GP of your choice
- To check who your Named GP is, either ask your GP/Nurse next time you have an appointment, ask reception or look on your repeat prescription
Family and Friends Test
Click here to access the Friends and Family Test
The practice has introduced a feedback system called the Friends and Family Test for all patients and carers to let us know how we are performing. To access this please use the link above that will take you to the questionnaire. There will be facilities in the surgery to give your feedback electronically or on paper.
We welcome all feedback as it allows us to review how we are providing care and where we may need to consider changes.
Please remember that you can always give feedback via the NHS Choices website as well.
(Site updated 25/04/2016)