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Latest Update - 23 November 2021



Poole North Primary Care Network are currently in the process of carrying out third primary doses and booster vaccinations. These are being held again at The Hamworthy Club.

We are currently working through the eligible cohorts and inviting patients based on when their second vaccinations were carried out.

Unfortunately, due to the high demand on the practices for general medical care, we are only able to offer appointments on certain days. We have over 35,000 patients to vaccinate and are working as hard and as quickly as possible to ensure all eligible patients are vaccinated.

Please rest assured that you will receive an invite from us, but this will likely be after you have received your invite letter or text from the NHS national booking system.

In order to avoid delay and to ensure you are protected as soon as possible, we recommend that you book the earliest available appointment, whether that be with us or via the national system.

Many thanks for your continued patience,

The Harvey Practice Team

Latest Update - 16 July 2021


Suspected Coronavirus?

Please see below leaflet with important information to keep you safe while isolating at home

When Should I Worry? 

Please follow the below link for a useful guide to your child's 'Coughs, Colds, Earache and Sore Throats'.

Useful Videos

Since the beginning of August, we have started a new series of videos from our GPs and medical staff.

Dr. Ben Todd is our Diabetic lead at the Practice. Here he discusses issues for those with Type 2 Diabetes.

Here Dr. Christina Hawkins explains about Lumps, Bumps & Self Awareness.

Below Dr. Christina Hawkins talks about changes to ways of working as a result of Covid-19.

Here we meet Lesley Wright, our Self Management Coach, and learn more about her role at the Practice.

Below Becky Sultana speaks about her role as Social Prescriber here at the Practice.

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