Our nurses can offer the following services and clinics at both locations (High Street and Firs). There is no specific Minor Illnesses clinic at the Firs but occasionally a nurse is available. Please ask at reception.
Our nurses are always willing to give telephone advice relating to the following:
This consists of Consultation(s) to ensure that the patient’s asthma is in good control and appropriate medications and devices are being used.
Tuesday afternoons at the High Street Surgery are set apart exclusively for baby immunisations. If you cannot make this clinic, an alternative appointment can be arranged.
This clinic provides general check-ups to prevent complications of diabetes to develop and improve the patient’s well-being.
From the end of September / beginning of October there will be a special clinic to obtain your flu and/or pneumococcal immunisation(s) where appropriate. Look out for posters in the surgery.
If a blood pressure is above normal the nurse will monitor and assess the patient for a period of time (average of 3 months) to ensure well-being. Appropriate referral to GP will be made if necessary.
In this clinic up-to-date and all-round advice is given for business and holiday travel, backpacking, adventure holidays etc.
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