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LATEST NEWS  08.06.17

Please note that we now have a single phone number to contact the surgery: 01462 432042.  The number previously used for appointments in no longer in use and you will receive a message to re-dial.  In the next couple of weeks we will be implementing further changes to better manage our call queuing system.  Thank you for your patience.

Please find attached a link to our CQC report: http://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-548096721

Have you signed up for online access yet?  It is the easy way to order repeat prescriptions and you can also book and cancel appointments online.  Download the application form using the link at the bottom of the page.

Please make sure that we have the correct mobile phone number for you so that we can send SMS reminders for appointments.

Antenatal

pregnant_lady1The doctors see their antenatal patients during regular surgery appointments.  A community midwife runs antenatal clinics on Monday morning and Thursday afternoon at the surgery.  Midwife appointments are made at the surgery reception. Pregnant women can contact the midwife for advice at other times by telephoning 01438 314333 and asking for the midwives. 

Family Planning

The doctors offer advice on all aspects of family planning during normal surgery consultations.

Child Health

We encourage all children to be fully immunised.  The Practice Nurses run a child health & immunisation clinic on Monday and Thursday mornings. Routine examinations for child development are offered by the doctors and health visitors in line with local guidelines. 

GP Clinics for patients with long term conditions

We have GP led clinics which monitor the progress of patients with asthma, diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. We also have a Diabetes Specialist Nurse available to our diabetic patients.

Travel Vaccinations

Appointments for travel vaccinations should be made with the nurse at least 8 weeks before departure. The nurses will also be happy to discuss other travel requirements. Please see the above tab for more information. 


 

blood_takingBlood Tests

A phlebotomist visits the surgery regularly to take blood samples. Appointments are made through the surgery reception.  Our practice nurses are also able to take blood samples, depending on their availability.

 

 
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