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Flu clinics: Saturday 23 Sept and 14 Oct

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 Clinics We May Invite You To:

  • Asthma
  • Blood Pressure
  • Chronic Lung Disease
  • Diabetes
  • Flu Vaccination
  • Healthy Heart

 

Bookable Clinics

  • Antenatal Clinics - midwives from Frimley Park Hospital and Royal Surrey County Hospital run antenatal clinics at our surgery. Please ask at reception for details.
  • Childhood Immunisationsclick here for a current list of childhood immunisations.
  • Flu Vaccination Clinics - Clinics run from October to January. Vaccination is offered to those aged 65 years and over, and to anyone under 65 years who is at ‘high-risk,’ including those with chronic heart, lung, kidney, liver or neurological disease, diabetes, the immunosuppressed (e.g. those with HIV or no spleen) and pregnant women. To check eligibility, visit the ‘Public Health England’ website or ask at reception.
  • Cervical Smears - make an advance appointment with our practice nurse for when you expect to be mid-cycle.
  • Clinics for Procedures
  • Therapeutic Injections  - for musculoskeletal conditions; please see your GP.
  • Cryotherapy Clinic - some skin lesions can be treated by freezing. Please see your GP.
  • Coils & Contraceptive Implants - please see your GP or a nurse practitioner.
  • Finger-Prick INR Checks - with instant dosing recommendations for patients taking warfarin. Please ask your GP.

Clinics Requiring no Appointment

  • Smoking Cessation Clinic - run by specialist nurses every Monday at 18:00.  Access via the rear of the surgery. 
  • Flu Vaccination Walk-in Clinics - two Saturday mornings; for dates please ask at reception
  • Family Planning  - GP’s and nurse practitioners can give family planning advice in a ‘routine’ clinic appointment. Your GP can make male/female sterilisation referrals. If the ‘morning-after pill’ is required then please request an ‘emergency’ appointment. The ‘morning-after pill’ can also be obtained without prescription from a chemist.
  • Travel Vaccinations - if you require travel vaccines/medicines please complete and return a ‘Travel Form’ (available at reception and cia the above tab) at the earliest opportunity. We will then inform you what is required for your trip. Please note: there is a fee for travel vaccines/medicines.
  • Home Blood Pressure Monitoring - a clinician may recommend a period of home blood pressure monitoring. We lend blood pressure machines free of charge.
  • Child health clinics run by Health Visitors - Click here for more information
 
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