Clinics & Services
In addition to GP consultations the practice offers patients a wide range of clinics and healthcare services:
Please book a nurse appointment if you need any of the following services:
- Polio boosters
if you are unable to attend the hospital (if you are having a cholesterol or glucose test you need to be fasting - water only from midnight)
We provide a shared antenatal care service with The Royal Free and University College Hospitals. Pregnancy can be confirmed by a simple urine test purchased at the chemist. If you discover you are pregnant, you can self-refer to the local antenatal clinics. Please check on the hospital websites or ask reception for self-referral forms.
as per the recommended schedule
After you have had your baby, the health visitor will contact you.
Please book a six-week check for mother and baby with reception.
A clinic is run by the health visitor every fortnight between 14:00 – 15:30.
You will have an opportunity to discuss feeding issues and your baby can be weighed.
Please do not bring acutely ill babies to this clinic. Children's immunisations are given by the practice nurse.
Remember to bring your baby's red book with you at all times.
At present we do not run separate clinics to monitor chronic disease, eg diabetes. Patients with chronic medical problems and those on repeat prescriptions will be asked to book a review appointment with the doctor or nurse in normal surgery time. We may ask you to have a blood test at the hospital before the appointment.
Ear syringing and ear care
pill checks, LARC advice, emergency contraception
alcohol, diet, smoking cessation, exercise, weight management
blood pressure checks, blood glucose monitoring
Sexual Health Services
Travel Advice and Immunisations
please book at least 4 weeks before you travel
cervical screening, menopause, breast awareness
dressings, stitches, etc. plus tissue viability including leg ulcer care.