The table below gives an overview of the various clinics that are run by our GPs and Nurses. They offer patients an opportunity to receive expert advice on health, diet, travel and (where necessary) vaccinations.
The Chronic Disease Clinics (Asthma, COPD & Diabetes) are available to patients with these conditions, by annual invite. The nurse or GP will offer advice and help on the management of those conditions as well as a review of your medication used to help control them.
We recommend that patients take the opportunity to book an appointment for these clinics as soon as is convenient after receiving their invite.
Below the table is more detailed information on what to expect when attending a particular clinic and any preparation that maybe necessary.
|Monday||Respiratory – Amanda Ainsworth||Respiratory – Bridget Storey|
Mental Health – Dr Malcolm (alternate weeks)
|Tuesday||Travel – Sister Fulford or Jane Rawding|
|Wednesday||Child Imms – Jo Cooper|
|Thursday||Respiratory – Amanda Ainsworth||Child Imms – Jo Cooper|
|Friday||Child Health & Development – |
Dr Ganesh & Dr Cooper
Respiratory – Amanda Ainsworth
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