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Clinics & Services

Asthma

Your Doctor will invite you for an annual check-up.

Blood Testing

The Healthcare Assistants and Practice Nurses run daily sessions.  If your Doctor asks you to have a blood test, you should make an appointment by contacting the surgery.

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These are organised by the Practice with the help of the health visitors. Parents will be sent appointments when they are due. The first check-up, at the age of six weeks, will normally be done at the same time as the mother’s post-natal check.

Child Immunisations

These are held weekly - usually Monday afternoon. You should receive an appointment from the Community Child Health Department in Bath. If your child is overdue for an immunisation, the Practice Nurse will be happy to see you at another time.

Chronic Kidney Disease

Your Doctor will invite you for an annual check-up.

COPD Clinic

This is run by a specially-trained Practice Nurse who will perform the lung function tests (spirometry)and review the treatment of patients with chronic lung disease. A Healthcare Assistant may also carry out the spirometry test.

Coronary Heart Disease

Your Doctor will invite you for an annual check-up.

Diabetic Clinics

The Practice Nurses run these on a weekly basis and you will be invited to attend or referred by your Doctor for annual checks plus any further reviews that are needed. A first appointment lasts forty minutes and, thereafter, appointments last twenty minutes. All diabetics are invited for an annual retinal screening photograph. Sessions for these are run every fortnight at the surgery.

Family Planning Services

These are provided as part of normal surgery consultations and emergency “morning after” contraception can be prescribed. We run special clinics for coils and contraceptive implants or you may also, if you prefer, have these fitted in the family planning clinic at the Family Health Centre.

General Surgery

The Practice Nurse runs daily sessions to deal with problems for which a Doctor’s appointment is generally unnecessary and you can make an appointment by contacting the surgery.

Stop Smoking Clinic

The Stop Smoking Advisor runs this under the supervision of a Practice Nurse to help patients to give up smoking. You can make an appointment by contacting the surgery.

Travel Vaccinations

Practice Nurses offer advice on vaccinations and malaria prophylaxis required for those travelling abroad. Please see our Travel Vaccinations section for further details.

Well Woman Clinic

Cervical Smears are carried out by our Practice Nurses, or by your Doctor if you prefer. All women between the ages of 25 and 49 are encouraged to have a smear test every three years. Between the ages of 50 and 64 the test should be done every five years. You will usually receive a letter reminding you to make an appointment. If your test is due, please contact the surgery and ask for an appointment.

 
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