blood_takingWe provide the full range of General Medical Services.  We see patients for new illnesses or conditions as well as offering clinics for long term conditions such as diabetes, COPD and heart disease.  We perform minor  surgery, joint injections and cryotherapy and insert contraceptive coils and implants.  We offer appointments during normal working hours as well as extended hours sessions.

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT OUR SERVICES ARE CURRENTLY OPERATING UNDER SIGNIFICANT CONSTRAINTS DUE TO COVID 19 AND FOLLOWING GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE.  LONG TERM CONDITION REVIEWS CONTINUE BUT YOUR REVIEW MAY BE SLIGHTLY DELAYED.  

Outside agencies such as the midwives, health visitors, counsellors, drug and alcohol team, smoking cessation service work with us to offer sessions within the practice every week. SOME OF THESE CLINICS ARE CURRENTLY BEING DELIVERED BY TELEPHONE

Clinics

Baby Clinic 

Tuesday 1pm-2.15pm for immunisations by the practice nurse and advice from the Health Visitors.  Please note that childhood immunisations can be arranged for other times in the week if necessary.  Please also note that ill children should not be brought to baby clinic but booked in with the Nurse Practitioner or GP for an appointment.  PROVISION OF CHILDHOOD IMMUNISATIONS HAS NOT BEEN AFFECTED BY COVID

Antenatal Clinic

pregnant11Friday mornings and  early afternoons at Parkside, Tuesday at Oxford Road

Cryotherapy Clinic 

Regular sessions with Dr Astle.  Check reception for availability.  CURRENTLY SUSPENDED FOLLOWING GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE RE COVID

Minor Surgery

Regular sessions with Dr Astle and Dr Curtis.  You will be notified of your appointment time after being referred by one of the GPs. DUE TO RESTART WHEN CAN BE DONE SO SAFELY RE COVID

Flu Clinics

Sessions organised when flu vaccine arrives in September/October.  More information nearer the time about dates and eligible patients.

IUD (Coil) Clinic 

Wednesday evenings and Friday mornings

We do not have formal clinic times for asthma, COPD, diabetes, heart disease, strokes, travel vaccinations or family planning.  Appointments are made throughout the working week.

 
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