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pregnant1Ante-Natal Clinic
Fridays by appointment 9am - 3pm
If you think you are pregnant please contact the doctor first for advice.

Post-Natal Clinics
Tuesdays & Wednesdays by appointment from 3pm.

Baby Clinics and Child Development - Living Rock Church, Station Road, Stoney Stanton
Every Second & fourth Tuesday of the month 1pm - 3pm

Child Development Checks - By Appointment

Immunisation of Childrenvaccination2Tuesday mornings by appointment.  Please bring your appointment card with you

Teenage Health Clinic - Second Friday in each month 3.30pm - 5.30pm by appointment. Confidential drop-in clinic

Blood Tests - Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Mornings from 8am pre-bookable by appointment

Asthma Clinic - To attend this clinic please make an appointment with the nurse. Remember to bring your inhaler(s) with you.

Diabetic Clinic - If you are a diabetic please make an appointment with our HCA.  Clinics are held on Monday mornings and Wednesday afternoons.

Family Planning - The Surgery offers all the current methods of contraception including Implanon and IUD's.  The Doctor or nurse will advise you of suitable methods and when your contraception needs to be reviewed.

Immunisation - Foreign Travel - Ring the surgery to make an appointment with the nurse at least 6 weeks before travelling. Please have precise travel details, and complete a quesionnaire before your appointment.

Minor Surgery - Clinics run weekly by appointment after initial assessment with your doctor

Well Person/Heart and Hypertension Clinics - These clinics provide services including cervical smears, blood pressure, urine and weight. Appointments are with the nurse.

Carers Clinics - These offer Carers a medical appointment with our Practice Nurse. If you are still performing a caring role for a friend or relative please book an appointment at reception.

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