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minor_injury9Clinics & Services

All patients registered at the surgery are expected to take reasonable care of their general health where possible.  The surgery offers the following services to educate and aid you with your medical conditions:

Minor Surgery

Simple surgical procedures performed at the surgery by appointment with Dr Mikhail.

Diabetic, Asthma and Coronary Heart Disease Clinics

By appointment with the Practice Nurse.

Travel Vaccinations

By appointment with the practice nurse. Please contact the surgery at least 2 weeks before you are due to depart, brief details will be taken by the receptionist from you for the practice nurse such as where you are travelling to, for how long, any planned trips, and accommodation type.  The nurse will later check the recommended vaccinations and we will contact you to inform you of which vaccinations you require, if any and inform you of any charges incurred.

Free Bleed Clinic

Our Health Care Assistant/phlebotomist run a Free Bleed Clinic Monday to Friday 10:00am - 10:30am which means you can present at the practice on that morning without an appointment and be seen for a blood test.  You may have a short wait but this is usually just a few minutes.  Due to the numbers of patients attending you will only be able to have your blood taken, the Health Care Assistant will not be able check anything else for you.  We still have bookable blood test appointments available everyday in addition to this service if you would prefer.

Minor Injuries

To avoid an unnecessary trip to A & E ...... we now treat minor injuries such as sprains, minor cuts and bruises, and minor head injuries etc. here at the surgery. 

 

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