White Horse Dental Practice
After opening with the completion of the White Horse Health Centre, the White Horse Dental Practice was born. They can offer treatments for NHS and private patients;
- General Dentistry
- 6 Month Smiles
- Invisalign Braces
- Dental Implants
- Periodontal Treatment
- Teeth Whitening
- Hygenist Services
At present, we have three Dentists and one Hygenist.
Atul - Our private dentist from Bat offers fast braces, Invisalign, and Implants.
Joanna - Our local dentist offers Invisalign and is working towards Implant Dentistry.
Dessi - Dessi has worked at the practice the longest, she offers general and private dentistry as well as 6 Month Smiles treatment.
Kim - Our resident Hygenist, Kim has been with the practice since 2015.
White Horse Aesthetic Clinic
To be updated.
The Independent Health Group
Independent Health Group provides NHS minor day surgery from the surgical suite at White Horse Health Centre. By offering surgery from locations like this in the community we are supporting the NHS by taking the pressure off the larger hospitals in the area, allowing them to concentrate on major operations. At Independent Health Group, our patients’ experience is of the utmost importance to us, which is why we choose to base ourselves at locations such as the White Horse Health Centre using hi-tech, modern, facilities that are easily accessed.
Founded by Dr. Matthew Wordsworth, Independent Health Group offer high quality treatment for local NHS patients with short wait times. We are particularly proud of our patient satisfaction rate, with 100% of patients who responded to our survey saying that they would recommend the service to their friends and family. (Based on patient feedback in 2016.) Procedures currently available with Independent Health Group at White Horse Health Centre include;
- Carpal Tunnel Surgery
- Hernia Surgery
- Foot Surgery
- Cataract Surgery
For more details about Independent Health Group, including our current wait times, information about our team and how to get in touch please visit our website www.independenthealthgroup.org.uk. If you would like to be treated at White Horse Health Centre by Independent Health Group, speak to your GP or Optometrist for a referral, and then tell the booking service your preference.
Avon & Wiltshire Partnership - IAPT Mental Health
Many people go through periods of difficulty in their lives, which can leave them feeling stressed, anxious, depressed and unable to cope. We offer psychological therapy to help people with a variety of problems such as;
- Stress & Worry
- Post-Natal Anxiety
We have a number of counsellors who operate out of the surgery. These are provided by the IAPT service. Please click here to see the leaflet for more information.
Virgin Care - Wiltshire Children's Community Services
Wiltshire Children’s Community Services use White Horse Health Centre as a base for health visitors and the Family Nurse Partnership service. Being based at the centre is integral to delivering services within local reach of families at a key stage of their child’s development. With this in mind, we will have dedicated rooms at the centre which are dedicated to Community Paediatrics, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy which will give families in Westbury greater access to health services for their children. Visit our website for more infrmation; www.wiltshirechildrensservices.co.uk.
Hearing Aid Repair Clinic
The Westbury and District League of Friends provide the funding for a Hearing Aid Repair Clinic to be held at the Whitehorse Health Centre which means that patients don’t have to make the long journey to the RUH when a simple repair can be done locally. A volunteer, Joey Blackburn, who together with her hearing dog, Jody, runs the clinic on the 2nd and 4th Fridays from 9-30 to 12-30. You can make an appointment at reception.
Joey has been volunteering with the RUH Audiology for more than 20 years and has regular training and updates on new hearing aid equipment. At the Westbury clinic Joey provides routine care, maintenance and repair of Hearing aids, which includes re- tubing, replacing parts, cleaning and checking the working and the fit of the aids. Often patients don’t appreciate how much their hearing aids can do for them. Joey can advise and help with problems and can refer to GPs or to the Audiologist if necessary. There is also a wealth of information about devices such as TV, Telephones, Microphones and other equipment, which can make life a great deal easier for people with aids, and Joey will advise when they attend the clinic.
The League of Friends has been supporting the Hearing Aid clinic for the past two years and plan to continue supporting this much-needed service. We are very appreciative of Joey giving up her free time to run this excellent clinic for the benefit of the community.