Well Person Clinics
These are organised by the practice nurses and the health care assistant. Services include blood pressure checks, urine testing, immunisation status, dietary advice, blood test if indicated, smoking counselling and, for women, cervical smears and breast checking advice. Please telephone the surgery for an appointment.
All three doctors undertake antenatal care and will see patients at any of their routine surgery sessions. The community midwife is now based at Latchmere, Family Centre at Latchmere School (Health Suite), Latchmere Road, KT2 5T. Clinics are held every Friday from 9.30am with antenatal care from 1.00pm.
Advice on diabetic care is available from the practice nurses.
Sexual Health Services
We offer a wide range of services:
- Contraception Advice
- Emergency Contraception
- Repeat Pill Prescriptions
- Chlamydia self testing for 16 - 24 year olds
- Free condoms & lubricants
- Psychosexual counselling
- Screening for sexually transmitted infection including HIV testing
The above services are provided to any patient across the borough, you do not need to be registered with us to access these services. Just speak to someone on reception about accessing these services.
Sexual Health Services across the borough
Some clinics may offer a wider range of services. Please use the link below for more information.
The baby clinic is held by Dr Parrish on a Tuesday afternoon. Child health development checks and a full immunisation service are offered. Please give the receptionist details of your requirements. The practice nurse also offers immunisation services by appointment
If you have never been immunised against tetanus, please arrange a primary course of immunisation with the nurse.
This is normally available from October to November each year for patients in high risk groups (diabetics, chest and heart disease) and particularly all those over 65. Details will be advertised in the surgery and appointments can be made through reception in the normal manner from mid-August. All those with chest problems are encouraged to take advantage of this vaccine.
We suggest cervical smears are done every three/five years (depending on your age) between the ages of 24.5 - 64. If you feel your appointment is overdue please check with either our receptionist or practice nurse. All the doctors and the practice nurses will be happy to carry out this procedure. Please tell the receptionist if you are coming for a smear.