Welcome to Tisbury SurgeryDrs. L.D.G.Carter & A.F.Smith
We are a two doctor partnership based in Tisbury, serving the surrounding villages. Our Surgery was purpose built in 1987 and extended in 2003. We are contracted to NHS England and offer a comprehensive range of services under the NHS to all ages, a full range of family planning services including contraceptive coils and implants, maternity care, immunisations and developmental screening for children.
We carry out minor surgery. We are a teaching practice which means that we may have a trainee GP or “registrar” working with us for six or twelve months.We are part of the Sarum West Primary Care Network
Tel: 01747 870204
|Monday||8:00 - 18:30|
|Tuesday||8:00 - 18:30|
|Wednesday||8:00 - 18:30|
|Thursday||8:00 - 18:30|
|Friday||8:00 - 18:30|
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Surgery Updates during Covid-19 PandemicUpdated on 15th June 2020.
The surgery continues to be open every week day from 08:00-18:30 as we have been throughout the pandemic.
In order to keep our patients as safe as possible we have had to adapt our way of working.
To prevent the spread of the virus we need to limit the foot fall to the surgery - thus doors are locked so that the need for access can be assessed in order to maintain the safety of all.
We continue to have the best interests of our patients at heart and encourage you to contact the surgery by telephone for appointments. Please do contact us if you are concerned about your health.
Each day the doctors are having consultations with many patients, albeit in a different way.
This may be via.
• Telephone consultations
• Video consultations
• Face to Face consultations when deemed clinically necessary
• Home visits
• We are still making referrals to hospital
• Carrying out postnatal and baby checks
All appointments with a doctor start off with a telephone consultation. The doctor will then decide if you need to be seen face to face and will discuss this with you during your telephone consultation.
We continue to be offering in Nurse/HCA clinics
• Child immunisations
• Blood tests
• Cervical smears- though recall of these were paused for a while by the health authority, they have now been resumed
• Diabetic checks
• Midwife appointments
Please note: When attending the surgery for a prearranged appointment- the new guidelines are that patients should wear face coverings
• children under the age of 11
• people with disabilities
• those with breathing difficulties
• those who are travelling with someone who relies on lip reading.
This came into effect on 15th June 2020The telephone number to ring for the track and trace service is 119