Due to Coronavirus we will be updating the way in which we monitor your conditions which will involve less need to attend in person. Further information will be available shortly
The surgeries offer a number of clinics which can be booked via our Care Navigators at reception or some can also be booked on-line. If you are unsure who is the right person to see, please discuss with our Care Navigators who will be able to assist you
Ante natal / midwife clinics - 1st bookings will last for 1 hour and we aim for you to seen at around 8 weeks into your pregnancy
Counselling services - you may have been referred by your nurse / doctor or you can self refer to IAPT services 9Improving Access to Psychological Services) on 76 671090. Appointments are made directly by the IAPT service
Diabetes Clinic - If you are diagnosed with Diabetes the Practice nurse will review your care at least once per year. You can find information on diabetes care at www.diabetes.org.uk
Hypertension (Raised Blood Pressure) Clinic - If you are diagnosed with hypertension the practice nurse will review your care at least once per year. If you have a home blood pressure monitor, please download one of our home blood pressure sheets and send us your information so that we can update our records. You can find information on hypertension at www.bhf.org.uk
Respiratory Disorders (Asthma , Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease COPD) - If you are diagnosed with any respiratory disease our practice nurses will review you at least once per year. It is important that they review your inhaler technique and that the medicines prescribed to you remain effective.More information on these conditions can be found at www.blf.org.uk
Flu Clinics - flu clinics are held each year form September to provide you with a free NHS flu vaccination. It is important that you are protected from influenza especially if you are very young, over 65 years of age or suffer from one of the above conditions.
Due to Coronavirus we advise any one intending to travel in the next 3-6 months to seek advice form your travel agency or review Government guidance on the GOV.uk website.
If you are travelling abroad and require vaccinations you will need to allow at least 6 weeks to ensure any vaccinations you need have time to be effective. Some vaccinations can be provided on the NHS but some may need to be provided at private Travel Health Clinics. You can find local Travel Clinics on line who will advise you on the vaccinations required and the cost
Some courses of vaccinations take two or three months to complete so please take this into consideration when planning your journey.
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