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Clinics & Services

In addition to GP and nurse consultations the practice also provides the following services:

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Antenatal/postnatal clinics

By our midwife and doctors

Asthma clinic

Run by our trained Asthma nurses.

Child Health clinics

Developmental 6 week checks

Counselling service

Referred via GP or self referral to Talking Therapies on:0118 9769121

Diabetic clinic

Run by our trained Diabetic nurse. We offer insulin conversion clinics for appropriate patients and annual eye screening clinics.

Dietary/Lifestyle Advice Clinic

Run by our trained nurses

Family planning clinics

We advise on and prescribe all contraceptives - both routine and emergency together with injections, implants and coil fitting. Our doctors are trained in this specialised area to offer you an up to date service.

Emergency contraception is available on the same day via our telephone advice service.

Immunisations

ALL children require a complete course of immunisation by the age of 5. Adults need to keep their immunisations up to date. Flu and Pneumococcal vaccinations are offered to all ‘at risk’ patients (at the appropriate time of year).

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Some of our doctors have extra training and skills and are able to provide these services - joint injections, removal of skin lesions and lumps.

Podiatry 

For specialised foot care problems by referral only. 

Stop Smoking clinics

We run a successful service run by our trained nurses.

Travel clinic

Our trained nurses are able to offer a full travel health service - including all vaccines, malaria medications and general advice. We are a designated as a Yellow Fever centre and are able to offer certificates for travel. Please see our designated page.

Well woman checks

Sexually active women aged 25-65 require regular cervical smear tests to detect early changes which might lead to cancer.

 

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