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Some of these services have been suspended or changed to telephone consultations owing to the current pandemic, please contact reception if you have a query

Smears (Cervical Screening) and immunisations are still taking place as usual

Clinics & Services

We offer the following clinics by appointment only: 99351926

  • Antenatal
  • Asthma and COPD
  • Child Health Surveillance
  • Diabetic
  • Heart Disease
  • Minor Surgery including joint injections
  • Immunisation
  • Contraception (we do not currently fit Coils or Implants - see link below for more info)
  • HRT and Menopause
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Travel Vaccination
  • Well Person Health Checks

Seeing the Right Healthcare Professional

Our nurses and healthcare assistant provide a wide range of services as you can see from the table below.

Making better use of them will result in you getting to see the Doctor for other medical problems much more efficiently.

Type of Problem

Details

Who to See

Blood Pressure Checks

Annual check

For checks in between monthly reviews (usually 6 monthly)

Healthcare Assistant

Immunisations

Vaccinations

Practice Nurse

Smears

 

Practice Nurse 

Diabetes

Annual check

Reviews in between annual check

Diabetic Nurse

Coughs, Colds, Sore Throats

Most are self-limiting viral illnesses

 

Doctor or Nurse practitioner (if still concerned)

Contraception

Routine pill checks and advice on other forms of contraception

Practice Nurse/Healthcare Assistant

Coils and Implant insertion/change

For details of clinics fitting Coils and Implants please contact 

Essex Sexual health service

Asthma and COPD

Routine checks

Practice Nurse

Simple Warts

Adults - no treatment recommended if not causing symptoms

If being traumatised by clothing see the Doctor 

Children - no treatment recommended as Cyrotherapy hurts! Vast majority disappear spontaneously by age 14

 

Verrucas

If simple paring/rubbing down and use of over-the-counter creams keeps them comfortable, no treatment recommended

If problematic see the Doctor

 

 
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