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We provide a phlebotomy service at the surgery. Clinics are run every weekday morning and the receptionists have details of the clinic times. Please telephone 01603 624486 or ask at reception for further details or to make an appointment.

For those patients taking Warfarin, blood monitoirng appointments are available throughout the week in the mornings with our nurses and health care assistant. Appointments can be made at reception or by telephoning 01603 624486.

These clinics are held every Tuesday afternoon from 2pm. We enjoy providing comprehensive maternity care, and recommend that you see your doctor as soon as you think you are pregnant. The district nurse, health visitor and midwife are community based but they liaise closely with the doctors at regular meetings  

Some medical examinations and services (e.g. for employment, sporting activities or insurance purposes) are not covered by the NHS. You will need a special appointment for these. The receptionist will advise you of the fee which is recommended by the British Medical Association.  

NHS England runs a recall system for cervical smears which are generally carried out by our nurses. You will be sent for automatically when your test is due, but if you have any worrying symptoms please see the doctor or nurse at any time.

If you are going abroad we offer a travel service. Please make an appointment to see the nurse with whom you can discuss your travel plans and receive any immunisations you need. There is a charge for parts of this service. A full list of charges are available at reception and on the practice notice boards.

Recall systems are run for our non-insulin diabetes and asthmatic patients. You will be invited to attend, but please contact the doctor or nurse at any time if you have any worrying symptoms.

The Doctors and our Health Visitor screen children at the recommended intervals. These are:

  1. Ante-natal visit by Health Visitor.
  2. Post-natal check at 8 weeks by the Doctor at the Surgery.
  3. Eight month hearing test by the Health Visitor at your home or Colman Road Health Centre.  
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