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Appointments+

PHL

Partnering Health Limited are offering a wide variety of extended access appointment times, with a range of clinical staff, on the ground floor of Ringwood Medical Centre or at Lymington Hospital. These clinics run every evening and during the weekends, please see below for a breakdown of these appointments.

Please note: In order of us to book you in to any one of these appointments we will need to electronically share your medical record electonically (please CLICK HERE for more information) with Partnering Health Limited. This will enable both organisations to provide continuous and consistant care. We can only do this with your permission, and you can revert this back at any time, at your discretion.

If we are running to capacity and cannot offer you an appointment that day you will be offered one of the following:

Ringwood Medical Centre: Appointments+

Monday to Friday: 18.30-21.30

Appointments are available with a variety of clinical specialists, including: a GP, a Practice Nurse, a Mental Health Practitioner, a Universal Care Practitioner and a Physiotherapist, each working a specific day.

Saturday: 08.00-18.00

Appointments are available with a GP or a Physiotherapist during the morning or afternoon, respectively.

Sunday: 09.00-14.00

Appointments are available with a GP throughout the morning.

Lyminton Hopsital: Appointments+

Monday to Friday: 18.30-21.30

Appointments are available with a variety of clinical specialists, including: GPs, Practice Nurses, Mental Health Practitioners, Universal Care Practitioners and Physiotherapists.

Saturday and Sunday: 08.00-22.00

Appointments are available with a GP throughout the day, and with a Practice Nurse, an HCA or a Physiotherapist during the morning.

Running alongside this service is the Urgent Treatment Centre at Lymington Hospital, open from 08.00-21.00 daily.

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