In accordance with Department of Health Guidelines we recommend an influenza vaccination for patients aged over 65 years or those with diabetes, chronic heart, lung or kidney disease and residents of nursing and rest homes. The vaccination is available in October; please check with the Practice for details of clinic dates
If you need a special examination, eg for fitness to undertake sports, pre- employment, HGV or elderly drivers, this will be undertaken during a special appointment and a fee will be charged. The current rates are displayed in the waiting room.
At present Minor Surgery is not preformed at the surgery.
These are carried out by the practice nurse. There is a recall system operating but if you are not called when you think appropriate, please contact the surgery. We urge all ladies between the ages of 25 and 60 years of age to take advantage of this screening programme.
Vaccinations And Immunisations
Both for children and adults. Advice and immunisations are given for patients travelling abroad by the practice nurses.
Clinics are run in conjunction with the doctors and the attached midwife for expectant mothers.
A comprehensive service is available during normal surgery consultations.
Baby And Child Immunisation & Health Surveillance Clinic
This clinic is held on a Wednesday afternoon by the doctors and practice nurse.
This clinic is operated by the practice nurse who monitors diabetics on a regular basis.
There are additional clinics as follows:
- Antenatal clinic - Tuesday morning
- Physiotherapy clinic - Wednesday - following a referral by a GP
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