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Weymouth and Portland

Primary Care Network for Weymouth & Portland

What is Two Harbours Healthcare?

Two Harbours Healthcare is comprised of six practices in Weymouth and Portland, The Bridges Medical CentreCross Road SurgeryDorchester Road SurgeryRoyal Crescent Surgery, Royal Manor Health CareWyke Regis & Lanehouse Medical Practice.


We take pride in being a patient-focused team dedicated to meeting the healthcare needs of our community. Our primary focus is ensuring that the right care is provided, that our patients are well-cared for and that their needs are met. Our mission is to help people lead healthier, more fulfilling lives by integrating with the wider health and social care system.

What We Do

All Hands In

Two Harbours Healthcare is a not for profit organisation led by local General Practices in Weymouth and Portland. Our goal is to work more closely together (and with stakeholders) to share expertise, resources and provide services for the NHS.

Many exciting new projects are in development such as community based clinics for respiratory, frailty and diabetes. We continue to collaborate with other providers, developing new services.

Clinics and Providers
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In the News

One-year waits reduce for patients as record demand for NHS emergency care continues

NHS staff are managing record demand across emergency care ahead of winter, with new data showing Type 1 A&Es and ambulance services experienced their busiest month this year in October.

NHS virtual wards to treat thousands of patients with heart failure at home

Thousands of patients with heart failure will now be treated from home as the NHS expands its world-leading virtual wards scheme.

NHS England invites more than one million people for lung cancer checks

More than one million people (1,052,083) have been invited for a lung cancer check, as part of the biggest programme to improve early lung cancer diagnosis in health service history.

Useful Links

Live Well Dorset
NHS 111
Steps 2 Wellbeing

Health A - Z

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