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Clinics & Services

In addition to GP consultations the practice offers a comprehensive range of clinics and healthcare services:

doctor_baby_girlPhlebotomy Clinic - Patients who require blood tests for monitoring specific drugs can have these done at the surgery. Clinics are held every Tuesday. You will need to have a blood form when attending this clinic

Baby Clinic - From 1st August 2013 baby clinic will be held on Tuesdays between 1:00 - 2:30. The clincis will have 2 Health Visitors and a community Nursery Nurse present. This is a drop in clinic held at the Radford Health Centre and clinics will be in the Health Education Room.

Well Man & Well Woman Clinic - These health checks are available to all patients, you will need to book an appointment at the reception desk to see the nurse. The appointments will last around 20 minutes and routine checks will include height, weight and blood pressure. Urine will also be tested. Smoking, alcohol and diet advice will also be given.

Asthma Clinic - patients with asthma should be seen every six months. Either a nurse or a doctor can give up to date advice by appointment during surgery and will ensure your inhaler technique is correct.

Diabetes Clinic - each patient should be seen by appointment at least every six months by the doctor, nurse and optician for advice on the control of diabetes. Most will be seen more often.

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Minor Surgery  - although the surgery is unable to provide this we do have a contract via Nottingham City CCG for services to be provided by another practice.

Care for the Seriously ill at Home - an excellent team of district nurses is based at the health centre.

Social Worker and Occupational Therapy - the surgery can put you in touch with these services. Ask the doctor or nurse.

Help and advice is also available for the following:

  • Stopping Smoking
  • Travel Vaccinations
  • Reducing weight
  • Sexual Health
  • Healthy Eating
  • Flu jabs

 

 
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