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Cross Road SurgeryCross RoadWeymouthDorset, DT4 9QXTel: 01305 774444/768844
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Joining from January 2022
Dr Nickinson is currently working on a locum basis for us as part of the Cross Road GP team
Jane will be joining us from the end of January as a permanent member of the Cross Road Nurse Practitioner Team
Heather is currently working for us on a locum basis as part of the Cross Road Nurse Practitioner team
Mandy is currently working for us on a locum basis as part of the Cross Road Nurse Practitioner Team
Respiratory specialist nurse
Our practice manager organises the running of the practice. She would welcome your opinion on the services we provide and suggestions as to how we may improve it. She also co-ordinates the running of the Patient Participation Group (PPG) so if you would like to join please ask for a form at reception.
Community nurses attached to the practice are able to carry out nursing procedures at home for those who are unable to come to the surgery.
A Health Visitor is available to help and advise on all matters of child and family health. They have a separate telephone number of 01305 831333. Mother and baby clinic is held on Mondays from 10.00 – 11.30am at Wyke Regis Health Centre.
A Physiotherapist is available to treat patients as required following a referral from your doctor.
A Chiropodist is available to treat patients eligible for NHS chiropody as required following a referral from your doctor, practice nurse or community nurse.