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Clinics & Services

The following services are run, by appointment, at the surgery:

Midwife Antenatal Clinic

  • Tuesday morning. 

Coronary Heart Disease Prevention Clinic 

  • Please arrange an appointment via the receptionist. 
Diabetic Clinic 

  • Please arrange an appointment via the receptionist. 

Asthma Clinic 

  • Please arrange an appointment via the receptionist. 

Cervical Smear Clinic 

  • Please arrange an appointment via the receptionist with a female doctor or one of the nurses. 

Childhood Immunisation Clinic 

  • You will normally receive written advice from the surgery when routine immunisations are due. School-age children will be contacted directly by the School Health Department. 

Well Baby Clinic 

  • Is held at Branksome Childrens Centre, Poole Road (opposite Tesco) Tuesday 11am to 12.30pm

    Under 1’s group is 9.30-10.30am Tuesdays in term time at the same place.

Contraception Services 

  • By appointment with your GP. 

Child Health Surveillance

  • By appointment with your GP.

blood_pressure2Minor Surgery Services 

  • If your doctor suggests that you need a minor operation, please arrange a combined appointment with the doctor and nurse. The doctor will advise you as to the duration of the appointment required. 

Well Person Clinic 

  • Basic health checks by appointment with the healthcare assistant. 

Travel Advice/Immunisation 

  • A full travel advice service is offered. Some holiday vaccinations attract a fee. We are an accredited Yellow Fever Centre. Please arrange an appointment with the nurse. 
  • Please note that a charge will be made for non-attendance to a pre-booked travel clinic appointment. 

Wart Clinic 

  • Doctors can all treat warts in a normal surgery on Monday afternoon / evening by cryotherapy - a form of freezing with liquid nitrogen. If you think you need treatment, please make an appointment with a doctor.

    .Phlebotomy 

  • Please make an appointment via the receptionist. 

Carer Advice 

  • The surgery has a “Carer's Lead” to give advice and information on services relating to carer's needs. If you care for someone by providing personal care and help with daily living requirements on a regular basis and without payment, then you are able to register as a carer at the surgery. 
  • Please contact reception for further details or telephone the surgery and ask for Mrs Jackie Williams. 

In-House Services

The practice provides a variety of services for its patients which would normally only be provided in hospital. These include: physiotherapy, counselling and dietary advice. Access to these services is by referral from your GP.

Nurses Clinics

Travel immunisation advice/injections, cervical smears, wound dressing, removal of sutures, routine injections, blood tests, general treatment of minor injuries, ECG tests, flu vaccinations (Oct/Nov), ear syringing, blood pressure checks and asthma and diabetic clinics.

Compliments & Complaints

If you have any compliments please would you put them on the NHS Choices website http://www.nhs.uk or let the Practice Manager know.  If you have any complaints please follow the in-house complaints procedure which is advertised in reception. 

 

 
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