Booking-in and follow-up Appointments with the Community Midwives at The Surgery. Friday 10:00 – 12:00 – please make an appointment at reception.
Asthma reviews are offered to all asthmatics by our Practice Nurse. If you are asthmatic it is recommended that you have a review at least once a year. This is a good opportunity to check you are taking the right medication at the correct dose. It is also a good opportunity to discuss triggers, lifestyle and any other factors which may affect your asthma. If you are asthmatic and would like to arrange an appointment to see the Practice Nurse for an asthma review, please contact reception.
For patients who are due an annual asthma review: please follow this link to fill out the Asthma Annual Review form. If your symptoms are deteriorating or you have any concerns, please make an appointment to see the respiratory nurse or the doctor as well.
All women between the ages of 25 and 65 are regularly invited for a smear test. The system is automated, so as long as you are registered with a GP , you should receive a letter asking you to make an appointment. As a result of research that evaluated the optimal frequency for cervical screening, women are now invited for their ﬁrst test at 25. They are then invited every three years until the age of 49 and every ﬁve years from 5064. From 65, only those who have had abnormal tests are offered another test.
We would like to stress the importance of women attending for smear tests when called to do so. We can pick up early changes and help avoid cervical cancer.
Smears are done by our practice nurses and take about 10 minutes in total. To make an appointment please ring 01942 882950.
Full services including pill checks and depot-contraception See any GP to discuss/commence contraception
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) reviews are done annually by our Practice Nurse. Reviews give you the opportunity to discuss your symptoms and medication/treatment.
During your review the nurse may ask you to do a spirometry (lung function) test, which shows how well your lungs are working. If you have COPD and would like to see the Practice Nurse for a review, please book an appointment with reception.
If there are any serious or ongoing mental health concerns please see a GP to discuss these further.
Diabetic Reviews are carried out in The Surgery by our Practice Nurse. Reviews are carried out at least once a year and are available to all diabetics (Type I, type II and diet controlled). These are a good opportunity for you to discuss your condition, medication and lifestyle. If you are diabetic and would like to book an appointment with the nurse for a review. Please contact reception. Diabetic patients should also receive annual retinopathy (eye screening) and podiatry (foot screening) this will be carried out by your local hospital (usually Leigh Inﬁrmary). Appointments for these are sent directly to you from the hospital.
Clinics are held annually in early autumn for all eligible patients; please ask at reception about what dates are scheduled for the immunisation and book early where possible
NHS Health Checks / Health Queries – discuss any concerns with a GP or Practice Nurse during a routine appointment.
- Routine / Travel Vaccinations – by appointment only
- Childhood Vaccinations – are performed at the Baby Clinic Only
Ischaemic Heart Disease Clinic
Annual review of patients with an established history of heart disease or heart attack. By appointment only
Dr Khatri runs the minor surgery clinics. This service is for small skin lesions, cysts, moles and warts. These are treated by surgical removal or cryotherapy. Ring into the surgery on 01942 882950 for information on the dates of these clinics.
Mother and Baby Clinic
“One Stop” 8 week check for new babies and mums and the ﬁrst immunisations. Opportunity to discuss any concerns with Health Vistors, GP`s and Practice Nurses.