General Nursing (Daily)
The Nursing team hold daily clinics for: dressings, hearing tests, blood pressure checks, ear syringing, travel immunisations, smears and ECG’s where needed or referred by the Doctor.
Antenatal Care by midwife - Temple End (Wednesdays 9.10am - 12.30pm)
Routine antenatal check-ups by qualified midwives.
Immunisations for all children up to age 5.
To be booked in with health visitors on Mondays.
Routine and travel vaccinations for all ages are available during surgery times by appointment with our nurses. For travel vaccinations a form must be filled out first and given to the reception staff.
We run flu vaccination clinics in starting in October, please ask at reception for further information.
Regular check-ups and advice from our Specialist Nurse on lifestyle, inhaler techniques and medication.
An invitation for an annual review for patients with heart or cicrulatory problems including fasting blood tests and blood pressure is sent to all patients to enable us to give you the best quality care.
Our in house pharmacist and HCA run one to one smoking cessation support clinics with nicotine replacement therapy available on prescription.
Appointments available throughout the week
Regular reviews of your diabetes are available:
Foot checks and BP review with Coral Meakes (HCA) or Ali Ilyas (HCA)
Medication reviews with Senior nurse or GP
Insulin initiation and titration with a Nurse or GP
Specialist advice with complicated diabetes/ uncontrolled diabetes/ insulin
A family planning service is available by appointment during general surgeries by any of the doctors or Nurse SUE HACKSHAW . Full family planning service available at Wycombe Hospital - Tel: 01494 526161.
We run an in-house blood taking service
Our in house Pharmacist is able to conduct medication reviews via a telephone appointment.
Learning Disability Health Check
People with learning disabilities often have poorer physical and mental health than other people. This doesn’t need to be the case.
An annual health check is for adults and young people aged 14 or above with learning disabilities who need more health support and who may otherwise have health conditions that go undetected. People with learning disabilities often have difficulty in recognising illness, communicating their needs and using health services. Research shows that regular health checks for people with learning disabilities often uncover treatable health conditions. Most of these are simple to treat and make the person feel better, while sometimes serious illnesses such as cancer are found at an early stage when they can be treated.
You will be invited to an annual check if you are already registered with us, for more information please ask a member of staff, how will be happy to assist you.