Monday: Phlebotomy Service
Tuesday: INR clinic (pm)
alternate Tuesdays: Asthma Clinic (am)
alternate Tuesdays: Diabetic/Annual Review (am)
Wednesday: Diabetic Clinic/Annual Review (pm)
Thursday: Phlebotomy service
Thursday: Child immunisation clinic
Thursday: Diabetic Clinic / Annual Review
Friday: Phlebotomy Service
Services We Provide
New Patient – Health Care Checks:
All patients registering with the Practice require a Health Care check to establish health status. If you are a new patient who has not received a new patient check please contact the surgery to book an appointment with our Health Care Assistant. If you require further information please contact the receptionist who will be happy to give you more information.
Every Tuesday pm at Roathwell Surgery
Thursday am at Roathwell Surgery for babies registered at both surgeries.
If you are due an Asthma review, please make a 20 minute appointment with the Asthma Nurse. The Practice Nurse will review your medication, symptoms, general wellbeing regarding asthma and answer any queries you may have.
If you are due a COPD review, please make a 40 minute appointment with the Health Care Assistant or the COPD Practice Nurse in her absence. You will have your medication reviewed symptoms, and general wellbeing regarding your COPD and answer any queries you may have. Please bring your inhalers to the appointment.
The surgery runs a Minor-Ops Clinic on a monthly basis for any cutting procedures injections and wart removals.
If you are due a Diabetic check please make an appointment with the Diabetic Nurse who will carry out blood tests, followed by a medication review and answer any questions you may have. Your annual review will be carried out by one of the regular GP’s in the Practice and the Practice Nurse will make that appointment for you.
If you are due a smear please make a 20 minute appointment with one of the Practice Nurses if the afternoon or call into the surgery any morning (Mon-Fri) between 08:00am-10:30am at Roathwell or any morning (Mon, Tues, Thu, & Fri) at our New Moors Surgery with the Practice Nurse.
This is done at the surgery Ad Hoc as and when required.
All Patients 16 - 74:
We suggest that patients who are 16 - 74 years old should have a 3 yearly check-up with the Doctor or the Nurse of their choice.
We suggest that patients who are over 75 years old should have a yearly check-up with the Doctor or Nurse of their choice.
This is a seasonal clinic which commences October each year. Please ask at reception for a list of the dates that these clinics will be held at each of the surgeries or look on our website for the details.
These are carried out Ad Hoc as and when required please ask one of the receptionist for more details.
Please make an appointment with one of the Practice Nurses for travel vaccines and advice. Please be aware that there is a charge for travel immunisations and some may also require a privae prescription which is also chargeable. you cannot have the immunisation and decline the private prescription. Make sure you discuss with the practice nurse what immunisations you require and what costs are involved.
Blood Pressure Monitoring:
If you have not had your blood pressure checked within the last 9 months please book a routine 10 minute appointment with our Health Care Assistant.
- General management of medical conditions
- Health promotion advice
- Urgent medical care or temporary residents
- Emergency medical care, if appropriate
- Referral for other services, if appropriate
Directed Enhanced Services
- Access to general medical services
- Minor Surgery
- Childhood Immunisations
- Influenza & Pneumonia immunisations for those patients over 65 years old and all those patients that fall into the at risk group
- Quality information preparation
National Enhanced Services
- Provision of near-patient testing
- Anti-coagulation monitoring (INR Warfarin)