Clinics and Services
Our practice nurses provide a wide range of services to our patients including:
- Cervical smears
- Ear syringing
- Suture removals
- Contraception and sexual health advice
- Stop smoking advice
- Childhood immunisations
- Monitoring and advice for patients with long term medical conditions such as diabetes, asthma and COPD
To book an appointment with our practice nurse please contact reception.
Health Care Assistant
Our health care assistants are able to carry out the following procedures:
- Blood tests
- Basic dressings
- Initial LTC health check
- Flu injections
- Pneumovax injections
- Blood pressure checks
- Health promotion
The health visitors run baby clinics and carry out children’s regular development checks. The surgery will book mother and baby in for an 8 week post-natal check up with the GP and health visitor and also offer the opportunity for the baby to have their first immunisations. Our health visitors will also see each child to assess their development at different stages. A development assessment will also be offered at 7 - 9 months, 2 years and 3 years.
Counselling can help you to deal with life problems. If you feel counselling might be of help to you, please see a doctor who may refer you to our counsellor, Pam Newton, or to other counselling services.
We also offer Life Coaching support and Social Prescribing support with the help of Help&Care and our in-house Social Prescriber
Your care will be shared with your GP and the midwife team. If your pregnancy is more complicated you may be referred to the Consultant Obstetrician at the hospital for further monitoring and assessment.
Once the midwife knows you are pregnant she will contact you to arrange your initial booking appointment where she will provide you with information you will need during your pregnancy and arrange any screening that may be required.
Follow up appointments will be held at the surgery, please contact reception to book these appointments.
The practice can carry out some minor surgical procedures such as joint and soft tissue injections. You will need to book an appointment to see a doctor to be assessed.
Community Dermatology Service
Clinics for the Community Dermatology Service are held at the Atrium Health Centre once a month on a Thursday and Friday. These appointments are made only by referral from your GP.