A wide range of clinics are held to promote good health and help in the management of long term medical conditions. For some of these, you will need to be seen by a doctor first to be referred to the clinic.

  • Asthma clinic (run by the practice nurses)
  • Diabetic clinic (run by a doctor with a practice nurse)
  • Cardiovascular disease clinic (cholesterol, high Blood pressure, heart and stroke) (run by the practice nurses)
  • International Normalized Ratio (INR) clinic (for people on warfarin) (run by the practice nurses)
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease clinic (emphysema and chronic bronchitis) (run by the practice nurse)

For some others, you are welcome to ask for an appointment directly

  • The family planning clinic (contraception) (run by the practice nurses)
  • Well woman clinic (including Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) and cervical smears) (run by the practice nurses)

For the remaining clinics, you may be invited to attend, such as the

  • Baby immunisation clinic (run by the health visitor)
  • Child health clinic (run by the health visitors with a doctor in rotation)
  • Coronary heart disease prevention clinic (run by the practice nurses)
  • Antenatal clinic (run by the midwife)