The following clinics are mainly free and if you would like to attend any of them please see the nurse or your doctor.
By Practice Nurse
- Blood Pressure
- Healthy Heart
- Weight Control
- Travel Advice
- Well Woman
- Well Person
- Coronary Heart Disease
By Diabetic Nurse
By Visiting Specialists
- Minor Surgery
Patients Aged 75 Or Over
The practice is obliged to provide a consultation to any patient aged 75 or over who requests one, if that patient had not had a consultation within the last 12 months.
Patients Aged 16 Years Or Over
The practice must, if a patient is 16 years or over, provide a consultation if the patient requests one and has not had a consultation or attended a clinic within the last three years.
The practice offers a range of non-NHS services and the current fee is charged. These include medicals for driving, insurance, travel etc, private certificates and medical reports.
All the doctors are able to carry out examinations to ensure that your child is developing normally. They are helped in this by our health visitor, who holds regular clinics. You should register your child for child surveillance checks if he or she is under five; details of the special checks will be given to you when you register your child.
All the doctors have undergone specialist training and are able to advise on all aspects of family planning including counselling before starting a family, on problems with fertility or on your contraceptive needs.
All the doctors are qualified to carry out minor operations. If you wish to see a doctor about a skin problem, please make an appointment with your usual doctor during normal surgeries.
Unprotected Intercourse – If you have had unprotected sex you may need emergency contraception. This is best taken as soon as possible but at least within 72 hours. You can make an appointment by telephoning either surgery during open hours.
Just tell the receptionist that you have a ‘blue card’ and you will be given an appointment for the same day – no questions asked.
At weekends telephone the out-of- hours service (111) who will provide emergency contraception if required. Alternatively, pharmacies can provide emergency contraception, but you will have to pay.
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