- Antenatal Clinic – self referral done by: https://www.wwl.nhs.uk/maternity-self-referral-form
- Minor Surgery (see details below)
- Routine 8 week baby checks are done by Dr Sniadek
- Childhood Vaccinations
- Travel Clinic – vaccinations & advice.
- Weight Loss Clinic
- Counselling including specialists in bereavement
- Health Trainer
- Self Help clinics for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Chlamydia screening – ask for a kit at reception
- Mental Health Practitioner
- First contact practitioner
- Care coordinator
- Clinical pharmacist
In addition to the above we offer specialised services, by appointment:
- General Health and Diet Advice
- Smoking Cessation
- Blood Pressure Monitoring
- Cervical Smears
- Influenza and Pneumonia Vaccination (see below)
- Menopause and HRT
- Contraceptive implant
- Ischaemic Heart Disease
- Contraceptive injections
- Coil fitings
Ask your receptionist for details
We offer appointments for joint injections within the practice as well as minor surgery. Minor surgery services include removal of skin tags, warts and cysts.
Our clinicians are able to provide advice in the family planning. In addition to cervical smears and the contraceptive injection we offer appointments for the contraceptive implant & COIL fittings.
If you are pregnant, or just found out you are pregnant, you can book straight in to see the Midwife, no need to see the GP!
Ask at reception when the clinics will be held and we will be happy to book you in.
This is available to those who may be at risk of an unplanned pregnancy because of failed or inadequate contraception. See the doctor as soon as possible – you will be offered an ’emergency’ appointment the same day if you let the receptionist know why you need to be seen.
Emergency contraception may be supplied up to five days after the event, not just the ‘morning after’.
There is a 24 hour emergency contraception advice line provided by local family planning services tel 01942 778 615.
Some pharmacies are also able to supply emergency contraception.
We have an on site practice pharmacist working at Brookmill who can provide face to face support with medication changes, complete medication reviews and assist with newly commenced medication. Patients have the option to book directly into the clinics or be referred by the GP.
Over 65? You are your eligible to have your pneumococcal vaccination , please note this is unlike flu and most people only need this vaccination once in their lifetime. For further information on the vaccination and or eligibility please see here.
You are eligible for the shingles vaccine if you are aged 70-74 or 78-79 years old.
In addition, anyone who was eligible for immunisation in the previous three years of the programme but missed out on their shingles vaccination remains eligible until their 80th birthday.