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Clinics & Services

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening

Available to men aged 65+, please see posters in practice or visit http://www.aaa.screening.nhs.uk/ for more information.

Carers

Carer Friendly Practice

The Carers Pledge 

  • We will maintain a Carers register within our practice.
  • We will ensure there is a good quality and accessible information available for carers.
  • We will invite carers for the annual flu vaccination.
  • Our Carer Champions will improve the way that carers are identified, supported and signposted.

Citizens Advice Bureau

Advice from CAB Outreach worker

Counsellor

Counsellors offer clinics within the surgery

District Nurse

  • Dressings
  • Ear Syringing (housebound patients only)

Health Visitor

  • Baby Clinic

Live Life Better

We offer a Health and Wellbeing service every Friday morning. This service is available for anyone over the age of 16, offering information on a wide range of services such as stopping smoking, losing weight or getting active. There is also one-to-one support provided around issues such as housing, debt and unemployment. Appointments can be booked directly with reception.

Midwife

The Midwifery Clinic is now based at Queen's Park Leisure Centre. Tel: 01246 206161.

Pharmacist

INR Monitoring

Substance Misuse Clinic 

Phlebotomist

Blood samples

Podiatry

This service is available every Thursday Morning for Diabetic Foot Checks.

Practice Nurses

  • Asthma Clinic
  • Aural Toilet – specialist ear cleaning
  • Cervical Smear Clinic
  • Diabetic Clinic
  • Family Planning Advice - our doctors and nurses provide a full range of family planning services which includes the fitting of coils and implants.
  • Flu Vaccination
  • Heart Clinic
  • Hypertension
  • Lifestyle Advice – smoking, drinking and diet
  • Menopause Advice
  • Travel Vaccinations - more information is available on the above tab.
 
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