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Flu 2018

Lunch time walk in sessions will be available from 12-1 pm each day. Booked appointments can also be made in our extended surgery sessions throughout September and October.

Child Nasal flu will be available from the beginning of October 2018.


If you require urgent medical treatment and advice when the surgery is closed you should call


For life threatening medical emergencies call 999

Dr Liam Farrell

Dr Farrell is currently on Paternity leave.  We are thrilled to announce that he had a baby boy earlier this month - a little brother for their daughter Darcey. Congratulations to both him and his wife Sarah. He will return to work the week beginning 24th September.

Measles vaccines

Due to outbreaks of measles being reported in the South of England we are recommending anyone who has not had 2 doses of the measles vaccine (known as MMR) to make an appointment with our nurse to have this done.  This is especially important if you are travelling to Romania, Italy or Germany.

New Text Messaging Service

We are using a new messaging service so please help us by keeping us informed of any new mobile numbers.  Alternatively if you do not wish to receive these messages and reminders then you can OPT out.

 The Practice at Lymington

Please see new times listed under Appointments

You can contact them directly during their opening hours on  01590 630545 or via the surgery at Lyndhurst.



out of hours

Out of Hours

The surgery is open between 8am and 6.30 pm Monday - Friday excluding Bank or public Holidays. On Tuesdays we are open from 9.30 am due to staff training. Outside these hours medical advice is available by telephone by calling :

111  Please note this is a new number. 

For life threatening medical emergencies call 999.

NHS Direct In the case of urgent need when the practice is closed you can call  111  to speak to a triage nurse. Your needs will be assessed and advice offered or arrangements made for you to see a doctor.


Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

Call 999 in an emergency.

Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.

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