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inhaler Some of our clinics and services have been suspended because of the COVID 19 pandemic, some essential blood test and baby immunisations are still taking place, and you may receive questionnaires by text so we can actively monitor your healthcare

RESPIRATORY CLINIC - By appointment with Practice Nurse.

BABY CLINIC - By appointment with the Practice Nurse.

POST - NATAL CLINIC/ BABY 8 WEEK CHECKS - By appointment with Dr Finnigan 

CERVICAL SMEARS - By appointment with Practice Nurse 

CORONARY HEART DISEASE CLINIC - By appointment with Specialist Practice Nurses

MINOR SURGERY CLINIC - Appointments Wednesday morning by referral only. dressingPlease book appointment to see a doctor who will arrange the referral.

DIABETIC CLINIC - By appointment with Specialist Diabetic Practice Nurse - Margaret Riley or Louise Thakur.

Help with self management of diabetes can be found here www.ydyw.co.uk 

PHLEBOTOMY CLINIC - By appointment with Health Care Assistant - Christine Varley, Joanne Lee, Louise Thakur

HEALTHCARE ASSISTANT CLINIC - By appointment with Health Care Assistant - Christine Varley, Joanne Lee, Louise Thakur.  Full range of health care services including ECGs, New Patient Medicals, Blood Pressure Checks. 

WOMENS HEALTH CLINIC - By appointment with Practice Nurses

TREATMENT ROOM CLINIC - By appointment with Practice Nurses

FOREIGN TRAVEL- By appointment with Practice Nurses

A full range of advice and immunisations are available. Please make an appointment at the Travel Vaccination Clinic.  Please book appointment well in advance to discuss your requirements.  

HEALTH ADVICE
Provided by the Practice Nurses. They are particularly happy to help with healthy eating, weight management and smoking cessation advice.  

 

 
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