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We have been registered with the CQC since January 2013 and have been inspected on June 23rd 2015.  You can view our report

here: CQC Report June 2015

 

Other Services

Counselling

The Practice offers counselling and patients are seen by referral from the Doctor or the Practice Nurse.

Stopping Smoking

We would like to help you in stopping smoking, please ask to make an appointment with any of the nursing staff

Referral to Alcohol Service

If you would like help in reducing your alcohol intake or stopping altogether, you can be seen at the surgery by Gill Emmerson who is here on the first Wednesday of every month. 

Healthy Lung Clinic

Are you a current smoker aged 35 or over who has not been diagnosed with COPD or asthma?  We are offering a free lung health check, just contact the surgery to make an appointment with one of our Nursing Team.  To prepare for this appointment, you are advised to:




    • avoid vigorous exercise for at least 30 minutes before the test


    • avoid alcohol for at least four hours before the test


    • try not to use your inhaler if you have one, for four hours before the test.  If you are struggling and are worried, please let the nurse know when you get your appointment or ring the surgery for advice.


    • try not to smoke for four hours prior to the test



avoid having a heavy meal for two hours before the test

Don't worry if you can't manage to follow all the advice above - come along for your lung health check anway.

Healthy Heart Clinic

If you are aged between 40 and 74 you may be eligible for a free healthy heart check.  The check aims to help you lower your risk of four common, but often preventable conditions - heart disease, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease and will give you peace of mind.  Contact the surgery to make an appointment with one of our nursing team and you will:




    • have a discussion about your family health history


    • be asked some questions about your diet and lifestyle habits


    • a simple blood test will be performed to check your cholesterol level


    • your blood pressure will be checked



your height and weight will also be checked.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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