Clinics & Services

The following clinics are held on a regular basis.  Appointments can be made with the receptionists in the usual way. 

nurseAntenatal Clinics - midwife appointments are now at the Children's Centre

A Childhood Immunisations Clinic is run by the nurse with appointments available throughout the week

Asthma monitoring and Diabetes care are undertaken regularly by the practice nurses and the doctors together with Heart Disease monitoring and risk assessment. 

Annual Flu Vaccination clinics are held each autumn.

Health Promotion advice is given during nurses and doctors ordinary surgeries to help patients improve their health. 

Smoking Cessation Clinics are held by the Practice Nurse. 


Blood Tests

Your doctor or nurse may advise blood tests to aid diagnosis and treatment, or you may need regular blood tests for your medical condition.

Blood test are not routinely carried out at the surgery and if you require a blood test this can be carried out at Hillingdon Hospital (weekdays-you don't need an appointment) or at Hesa Clinic in Hayes address & telephone number-- 52 Station road, Hayes. Middlesex 01895 486001 (you will need to make an appointment)

Please note if you are having diabetes or cholesterol tests then you will need to be starved for about 12 hours prior to the blood test.


Family Planning

Family planning advice can be  provided by all the doctors and practice nurse either at surgery appointments or over the telephone, including emergency contraception. A full range of Family planning services including IUCD and contraceptive implants are provided by the Family Planning Clinic at Hesa (contact details below)

www.hillingdonsexualhealth.org.uk/clinics/hesa-centre/


Maternity & Postnatal Care

Antenatal care is now mainly provided by community midwives affiliated to Hillingdon Hospital. 

Once You find out that you are pregnant, you should self refer for antenatal care to Hillingdon Hospital via the link below. You can also make an appointment to see the GP to discuss any issues 

All pregnant women and women intending to conceive should take supplementary folic acid available at chemists supermarkets (eg pregnacare)

https://www.thh.nhs.uk/services/women_babies/refer.php

There are standard health checks that are carried out after you have had your baby.  These are:

Child birth check: 10 to 14 days after the birth of your baby.  The Health Visitor will arrange to come and see you at home.

6-week postnatal check: to review new Mums' health and general well-being. Please contact the surgery to make an appointment with your GP.

6-8-week check: to review your baby's development.  You will normally be contacted to attend an appointment at the surgery.

2-year check: to further review your child's development.  You will be contacted by the Health Visitor for this to be arranged.

For immunisation schedules and advice please click here.

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