Clinics & Services
We are continuing all routine work during the pandemic.
- Asthma review – ask for an appointment with the Nurse Lucy Jensen or Iris Javaid.
- Diabetes review – ask for an appointment with our healthcare assistant for your blood test & foot check and a follow up with the Nurse Iris Javaid two weeks later.
- Blood tests – make an appointment with a healthcare assistant. Alternatively, you may attend Kingston Hospital or Queen Mary’s Hospital with a Pathology request form provided by your Doctor or Nurse. To find out more about opening times at each hospital please visit Queen Mary’s Hospital website or Kingston Hospital website.
- Blood pressure – make an appointment with a healthcare assistant.
- Warfarin level review (INRs) – make an appointment with our healthcare assistants
- Smears – make an appointment with any of the nurses once you have received your invitation letter. If you are unsure when your last smear was, please contact reception.
- Travel health – make a nurse appointment as soon as possible as this may involve a series of appointments over a number of weeks. Click here
- Contraceptive advice – for routine family planning advice, make an appointment one of the GP’s. Dr Amoyel currently fits all coils (IUD’s), but currently has a short waiting list. Please contact reception for more information.
- Flu – see home page for details of clinic times for adult and child clinics – October/November/December.
- Wound care – please book with one of the nurses.
- Baby and childhood immunisations – make an appointment with one of the practice nurses. PLEASE DO NOT DELAY THESE FOR COVID-19
- Health checks – we provide Health Checks to patients aged between 40 and 74, who are well and not diagnosed with any chronic disease. If you are eligible and wish to take advantage of this free health check, contact reception for more information.