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Emergency and Routine Doctors' Clinics
We offer on-the-day appointments for urgent healthcare problems and routine appointments that can be booked up to 6 weeks in advance.
Healthy living, screening and chronic disease clinics
Our practice nurses run clinics each day including commuter clinics offering the following services.
- Diabetic Services
- Respiratory clinics for asthma and COPD including Spirometry checks
- Hypertension and CHD (Coronary Heart Disease) Clinics
- Health Checks
- Warfarin/INR check
- ECG/24 hours Blood Pressure
- Doppler testing (ankle brachial pressure index)
- Procedures such as ear syringing, injections, dressings, removal of stitches etc.
Please inform the receptionist which service you require when making an appointment to ensure you are booked into the correct clinic.
It is important that you have your chronic disease to have your condition monitored 3 or 4 times a year to ensure you are on the most up-to-date treatment and to prevent you developing complications of your disease.
We offer routine blood tests every morning from 8.30 am onwards from Mondays to Fridays. Please contact the surgery to book an appointment.
Contraception and women's health
We offer full contaceptive services including a coil fitting service. We offer discrete sexual health screening and our nurses offer a smear service. We can arrange fertiliy tests for you if you are having a problem conceiving a baby and we also have ultrasound facilities at the surgery. We run a walk-in Women's Health Clinic on Tuesdays from 16:00-19:00 - please note that for coil fitting or removal the patient should telephone the surgery in advance to make sure they are booking with the appropriate clinician.
Maternity services and obstetric care
Ante-natal clinics are held every Tuesday morning and appointments are available in our daytime and commuter clinics for those who work. Our doctors do not oversee homebirths but these can be arranged with our local community midwives; however we do provide complete post-natal care including new birth visits.
Child and mother health clinics
The surgery runs a Mother and Baby Clinic (Post Natal Check) on Tuesday mornings where the doctor conducts your post-natal check and your new baby's 8 week development check. You should automatically get an appointment for this clinic after your baby is born, do contact us if you have not heard from us by the time your baby is 4 weeks old. There are dedicated children's clinics in the afternoon throughout the winter for children who have become unwell.
We offer routine child and adult immunisations at the surgery which are mostly free and administered by our nurses. For information about children's immunisations, (useful link) Please contact the surgery to make an appointment with the practice nurse.
At present vaccination against chicken pox is not available on the NHS but we can offer it to you for £140.00 for the two vaccination course.
Travel vaccinations and advice
We offer a full range of travel vaccinations and advice. Please book at least six weeks before leaving the country as you may need a course of injections. The Fit For Travel website has a comprehensive information on the vaccines you will need for various countries. Not all travel vaccinations are available free on the NHS. Please check our charges for these vaccinations Vaccine Charges 1.9.2015.rtf
Please contact the surgery to book a travel advice appointment, we cannot give advice by phone.
Minor Surgery is offered under local anaesthetic in our specialised clinic. Please book a routine appointment with the doctor to discuss this procedure.
The practice has psychologists and addiction counsellors attached to the service who can help you with your probrms.
Smoking cessation clinic
Jane Bell and Chiara Palumbo are our trained in-house Smoking Cessation Counsellors who run clinics weekly. You can book 30 minute appointments with the receptionist.
HIV Testing and chlamydia screening
We offer all new patients between the ages of 18 and 59 an HIV test.
Chlamydia is the most common bacterial sexual transmitted infection (STI) in the UK, affecting both men and women. Most people with Chlamydia have no symptoms, but left untreated Chlamydia, can lead to infertility, ectopic pregnancy and chronic pelvic pain in women. In men, it may cause urethritis and epidydimitis. In both sexes it can cause arthritis.
We offer a free and confidential Chlamydia testing service for patients aged 16 to 24 years old. Please ask any one of our reception team for more information.
Attached Services at Chatfield Health Care
The following attached services are available:
- Physiotherapy – Neck & Back Pain