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Clinics & Services

Nursing Services

The Practice Nursing Team can help you with the following:-

  • Anti-coagulation monitoring (set clinics)
  • Asthma Care including Asthma Reviews (set clinics)
  • Audiograms
  • Blood Pressure checks and monitoring
  • Blood Testing
  • Cervical Smears
  • Contraception advice
  • Diabetes Care including Reviews (set clinics)
  • Dressing changes and suture removal
  • Ear Syringing and Ear Checks
  • ECGs
  • Holiday Vaccinations (including Yellow Fever) (set clinics)
  • Minor Injury support
  • Pre-conception and Family Plannning advice
  • Routine or regular vaccinations
  • Travel Advice

All appointments are subject to availability and some procedures can only be booked in the morning or in the afternoon.

Other Services

A number of specialised Teams and Services are also based at the Practice.

District Nursing Team - (01733) 293839

  • Providing community nursing care to patients who are housebound by chronic disease or illness
  • The team are available by telephone between 08:30am and 16:00pm.  Please leave a message if they are not available.

Health Visitors - (01733) 204611

  • General support and advice on health matters
  • Available by telephone between 09:00am and 10:00am and between 16:00pm and 17:00pm, Monday to Friday to answer queries
  • Based at New Queen Street

Midwife - (01733) 206200

Provides ante-natal support and advice.

Works in conjunction with Peterborough Maternity Unit (Tel: 01733 874604)

A number of other services are available following referral by your Doctor.  These include:

  • Chiropody
  • Counselling
  • Diabetes Management
  • Diabetic Nurse
  • Dietician
  • Minor Surgery
  • Paediatrician (Consultant Community)
  • Physiotherapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Spirometry

Available without referral:

  • Hearing Aid Services (CAMTAD)
  • Young Peoples Counselling Service (YPCS) - 14 to 25 years of age

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