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Clinics & Services

Nursing Clinics

doctor_examining_childOur highly qualified nurses deal with a range of conditions and health concerns. They examine patients, make a diagnosis and can plan care.  They work together with the doctors so that they can offer more expertise in many areas of disease management such as diabetes, coronary heart disease, COPD and asthma.

Other clinics we offer

Antenatal

Wednesdays 9.00am - 12.00pm & 1.00pm - 4.00pm

Thursdays 2.00pm - 5.00pm

This clinic is run by the midwives in conjunction with the GP’s.  You will be seen regularly throughout your pregnancy either at the practice by the midwife or GP, or at the local hospital, or both.

Child immunisations

Anytime by appointment with the Practice Nurses 

All new babies are invited to attend for their childhood immunisation programme. Child vaccinations are performed by the practice nurses.  The nurses can do this anytime however a doctor will need to be on the premises.
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Contraception checks and cervical smears

Anytime by appointment with the Practice Nurses

If you have been invited to attend for a cervical smear, please make an appointment with the practice nurse.  The practice nurse can also perform contraception checks and give contraceptive advice. 

Other health care services

pregnant_bpOther services that our nurses and health care assistants provide are:

  • Advice on losing weight/adopting a healthy lifestyle

  • Dressings and sutures

  • Adult and travellers vaccinations

  • Ear irrigation

  • Minor illness e.g. cuts and stings

  • Taking blood tests

  • Taking and monitoring blood pressure

  • Performing ECGs

 

We do not provide a service for patients with minor injuries.

If you present to the surgery with a minor injury, you will be asked to attend the Walk-in Centre at the Royal South Hants Hospital or the nearest A & E department.

 
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