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Clinics & Services

Nurses Clinics

As well as the routine surgeries we hold a series of special clinics for which attendance is by appointment:

childimmuniseFamily Planning:

The nurses offer routine contraception, emergency contraception, and pre-conception advice. Various appointments are available throughout the week.

 

Vaccinations:

The nurses provide a full vaccination service for children and those who wish to travel abroad. Polio and Tetanus boosters are recommended for adults. The seasonal Flu vaccine is available in the autumn for all over 65’s and others at risk.

 

Cervical Cytology:

All women between the ages of 20 and 65 are advised to have a cervical smear test every 3 – 5 years. Various appointments are available for these tests and we advise that you book an appointment when you are mid-cycle.

 

Asthma:

The clinic is run by Sister Abery on Monday afternoons. If you have asthma you will be asked to attend for medication reviews and check-ups.

 

Diabetes:

The clinic is run by Dr McLaughlin.  If you have diabetes you will be asked to attend for medication reviews and check-ups. 

 

Stop Smoking:

The nurses are able to give advice and support to patients trying to give up smoking. Various appointments are available throughout the week.

 

Other Services

pregnant_lady1Maternity:

All the doctors are on the obstetrics list and can provide antenatal and postnatal care.  For patients booked to deliver at Princess Alexandra Hospital we offer a shared care arrangement with the midwifes at the Buckhurst Way Clinic and Rectory Lane Centre.  Patients booked into Whipps Cross Hospital will be seen by the midwives there.

 

Baby Clinic:

Dr Lasker Tuesday afternoon 14:00 – 16:00 by appointment. There are baby-changing facilities in the visitor’s toilet.

 

Minor Surgery:

Dr McLaughlin - by special arrangement.

 

Dietician:

We have a dietician who runs a monthly clinic. She may be seen by appointment on referral by your doctor.

FLU CLINICS (walk in)

Flu clinics (walk in) will be on Saturday 21st September at 9.00am-11.00am and Wednesday 25th September 12.00pm-14.00pm for 65's and over only.

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