Antenatal and Postnatal Clinics
All clinics are held in conjunction with Community Midwives and they may be contacted by ringing Epsom General Hospital 01372 735735 and asking for the Community Midwives
Clinics run Monday from 2 p.m.
Thursday from 2 p.m.
Pregnant women will be seen at home by the midwife at about 12 weeks for their initial booking and subsequent appointments will be at the surgery or at the hospital antenatal department.
Both the midwives and the doctors will be happy to discuss your requirements with you.
Cervical smears and well woman checks
An appointment with the nurse or with the doctor.
Practice nurses-daily appointments
Cervical smears are recommended at three yearly intervals between the ages of 25 and 65. Please always say you are booking a cervical smear when making the appointment.
This is run by our nurses on Wed 8.40am- 9.30am and Thursday 4-5.15pm. Patients are welcome to book in to discuss travel vaccines and obtain advice regarding travel. Charges may apply for vaccines and prescriptions. Patients are advised to bring their full itinerary with dates.
All diabetics are invited for an annual review either by the practice or by the hospital clinic and sometimes both. We are fortunate to have a GP who is an expert in diabetic care and has a full diabetic care team including a dietician and a podiatrist.
Childhood immunisations and development clinics
Wednesday afternoons 1:30 p.m.-3 p.m. for baby checks and immunisations by appointment.
Please make an appointment with reception for immunisations. Appointments for routine development checks (e.g. eight week and eight months checks) will be forwarded to you at the appropriate times.
Minor Surgery and wart clinic
The clinic is held at the surgery on Thursday afternoons by appointment. The surgery also has a nurse lead cryotherapy clinic for the treatment of warts and verrucas. Please ask at reception for further details.
The dietician is available alternate Monday afternoons to help patients plan healthy eating. For an appointment please see your doctor or ask at reception.
Lorraine Bishop sees patients on referral from their GP. Her clinic runs on a Friday morning-referrals must be through your GP.
Our specially trained practice nurses run asthma clinics throughout the week. Please make an appointment for an initial assessment and regular checkups.
Our specially trained practice nurse runs clinics to advise people and offer support with giving up smoking. Please make an appointment with reception.
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