To book these appointments, please speak to our reception team who will provide you with further information.
If you have not attended the surgery in the last three years and have no specific illnesses, we are happy to see you for a well person check. Your blood pressure and BMI (body mass index) will be measured and you have the opportunity to discuss any other health issues. Please make an appointment to see our Health Care Assistant.
We provide a full range of family planning services including diaphragm, intrauterine devices (IUCDs) and Implanon fittings. Dr Baikie has a dedicated clinic on Thursday evenings for both men and women, but appointments can also be made at other times and with other doctors.
A midwife visits the surgery on Monday and Tuesday mornings for an ante-natal clinic. Doctors are available to be seen at other times. All appointments for the midwifes must be pre-booked via the Midwifery team.
Midwives visit mothers and babies at home shortly after birth. These appointments are arranged directly with the midwifery team. We like to see mother and baby at the surgery when the baby is six weeks old to meet the new arrival and make sure all is going well. Health visitors, will also make contact during this time. We are always happy to see parents of young babies at the surgery sooner should therebe any concerns.
Doctors provide a child development check for babies at six to eight weeks and health visitors for pre-school children. Please do come and see us if you are worried about your child's development at any age.
We encourage all children to have the full range of baby and pre-school vaccinations to protect them from potentially serious illnesses. Please make an appointment with our practice nurse Carole. We are happy to discuss the vaccination programme with you if you have any questions.
Health visitors run a clinic on Thursday afternoons, between 13:30 and 15:00, and Friday mornings, between 09:30 and 11:00 , to weigh and measure babies and young children and discuss any concerns. These are drop in clinics and no appointment is necessary.
If you have Diabetes you will be asked to attend regular clinics for check ups. Nurse Practitioner Debra Lacey and Nurse Carole Middtleton hold certificates in Diabetes care.
If you have Asthma or COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) you will usually be invited to your annual review around September. You will be given a care plan, an emergecy pack and your Flu Jab. If you use your emergecy pack, please do get intouch with the practice and your Doctor will issue you more. If you have any concerns at anytime after your annual check, please do get intouch with your Doctor.
Please make an appointment with our nurse, Carole Middleton at least six weeks before your holiday for travel vaccinations. This ensures that the vaccinations have time to work. Before your appointment you will need to fill in a travel questionnaire.
Dr Baikie holds a minor operations surgery with the help of one of the Health Care Assistants to treat some skin problems. Please make an appointment to see her if you think you might need this service.
Debra Lacey our Nurse Practitioner, holds a cryotherapy clinic every month. Please make an appointment to see her if you think you might need this service.
Flu vaccinations are offered every year from September to all people over the age of 65 and to younger people with chronic diseases such as heart disease, asthma, COPD, liver or kidney disease or those who are immunosuppressed for any reason. Please speak to reception to make an appointment. We offer walk-in appointments for Flu jabs.
PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR PRACTICE AND BOOK YOUR FLU JAB WITH YOUR GP PRACTICE.
Most blood samples needed for diagnosis and monitoring can be taken at the surgery by our phlebotomy team. Appointments are available to book via our reception team.
Dr Baikie runs a special clinic on Thursday afternoons (18:00 – 19:00) for both men and women. You may also book into the surgery at another time to see any of the team who will be happy to talk to you about family planning and sexually transmitted diseases. We can screen for chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV and other STDs.
Our Counsellors help people to explore feelings and emotions that are often related to their experiences. This allows their clients to reflect on what is happening to them and consider alternative ways of doing things.
Our Counsellors work in a confidential setting and listen attentively to their clients. They offer them the time, empathy and respect they need to express their feelings and perhaps understand themselves from a different perspective. The aim is reduce their confusion and enable them to cope with challenges or to make positive changes in their life where necessary.
To see a counsellor here at the surgery you will need to be referred by a GP also our counsellors are here every day Monday to Friday.
You may also access the counsellors by speaking directly with Beryl McAllister who will book you with the most appropriate counsellor.
Our Dietician Sophie helps with educating patients who need special diets as part of their treatment. She may focus on specialist areas, such as children's health, diabetes, kidney disease, food allergies or eating disorders. In the community you may be involved in a range of health promotion activities.
To see our Dietician Sophie you will need to be referred by a GP also she only comes in once a month.
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