Clinics We Offer
In addition to GP consultations the practice adheres to the General Medical Services Contract for the provision of healthcare services:
- Coronary heart disease
- Ear Care - to provide a service for patients presenting with ear wax. Patients shall be assessed and treated according to the Ear Care Pathway. The Ear Care Pathway involves providing patient education in terms of treatment options, what to do if experiencing any pain, use of olive oil and having moved along the care pathway, provide Ear Irrigation only when clinically appropriate.
- Cervical smears
- Contraceptive services
- Child health surveillance
- Maternity Services
- Minor surgery
- Social Services drop in clinics
- Vaccinations and immunisations
- Family Planning clinic
- Flu clinics
- Cardio-Vascular health checks
- INR Clinic
- Travel vaccinations (see separate page)
Citizens Advice Bureau
Due to COVID we are not currently running CAB sessions at the Surgery however they are still available for advice on:
- Benefits Claims and Appeals
- Dealing with Debt
- Employment Disputes
- Consumer Issues
- Relationship Rights
using the information on the yellow "poster"
Health Visiting Service
The Health Visiting Service is not based at the surgery premises. It is currently available Monday to Friday 09:00 to 17:00. If you are unable to get in touch with your health visitor by phone then you can generally leave a message. If you have any urgent medical concerns then please phone your GP or NHS Direct on 111. To contact your health visitor directly please phone 01246 733255. More information about the health visiting service can be found by clicking on the image.
Community Nursing Service
The District Nursing service is based in the Brimington Clinic and not at the Surgery. Their core service is currently available Monday to Friday.
Patients and their family members can contact the District Nursing Team between 8am-6.30pm on; Tel: 01332 564 900.
An out-of-hours District Nursing service is available 18:00 - 08:00 and they can be contacted by calling the 111 service.