Clinics and Services
Leg Ulcer Clinics
The District Nurses run these clinics, and they are held each afternoon by appointment only. Here leg ulcers are assessed, dressed and advice given regarding care of legs.
Over 75 years Clinic
Patients aged 75 years or over are offered an invitation to discuss any health or social issues with the District NursingTeam. Home visits can be arranged for those who are unable to attend the Medical Centre.
If appropriate referrals can be made to various agencies e.g. chiropody, social services, day care, physio & occupational therapy. Information is available on voluntary & support groups who help clients remain independent enabling them to live in their own homes with confidence.
The District Nurses offer assessments to patients who have problems with incontinence. This can be in either the surgery or at home, if more appropriate.
Child Health Surveillance
Dr Steiner and our Health Visitors run Child Health Surveillance clinics. We offer checks at 8 weeks & 7 months of age. Details on Childhood Immunisatlons can be obtained from the Health Visitors by telephoning 01253 821457 or by clicking here
Diabetic clinics, run by Sister Linda Walsh & Sister Stella Oldham, (appointment only) for the monitoring and treatment of Type II diabetes.
Family Planning Advice
Family Planning and Contraceptive Advice – please book a routine appointment with one of our practice nurses or alternatively pick up a list of local family planning clinics in the area from our reception desk
Drs Stafford, Pandya & Sobha provide minor surgery. Please discuss this with your doctor.