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Clinics & Services

Nurse Clinics

doctor_examining_childWe have two practice nurses, who are very well qualified and able to provide chronic diseases management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, diabetes and high blood pressure.  They can perform ECGs (heart tracings), removal of sutures and ear syringing.  They are also available for wound care management, and provide family planning, travel and child health services.  They can also help you to loose weight with dietry advice.

Minor Surgery

Is carried out by Dr Garsin on alternate Wednesday mornings and referred as necessary by your own GP.

Cervical Cytology (smears)

Invitations for these are sent out by the PCT to female patients between the age of 25 to 64 years, patients are asked to make an appointment with one of the practice nurses.

Travel Clinics

Advice and vaccinations can be provided at the clinic on Wednesday afternoons.  Patients are requested to complete a travel questionnaire prior to attending the clinic to help clarigy their requirements and it is strongly recommended that sufficient time is allowed prior to travelling to enable full courses of vaccinations to be completed.  Some vaccinations are available on the NHS but others may incur a fee.  A list of these fees is available at the reception desk.

Please see our Travel Vaccinations section for detailed information

Flu Clinics

Every September we start our flu immunisations and contact all our patients on the ‘at risk’ registers patients who have (Asthma, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Diabetes, take Immunosupressant medication, Over 65 years of age, Ischaemic Heart Disease (IHD), Kidney disease, had a Stroke, Neurological disease or if you are a carer to come in and be vaccinated.  Please get in touch with us if you are not contacted to come in if you think you are entitled to a flu injection.  Other patients who do not fall within these groups and wish to be vaccinated can approach their local chemist to have the vaccination.

Family Planning

Our doctors and nurses are able to advise you on the most appropriate form of contraception.  We can provide free condoms and a prescription will be given for ‘the pill’. As well we can perform coil and implant insertions by appointment only for 20 minutes and requires both the Nurse and the Doctor.

For emergency contraception (the morning after pill) please ask for an urgent appointment

 

There are times when we need to contact you so it is important that you keep us up to date with your personal details such as change of address or telephone number

 

 

 
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