Service We Provide
Baby/ Post Natal Clinic
This clinic is carried out by Doctor on Thursdays 11:00 - 12:45. The clinic is for general health examination for mother and routine child health examination. It allows an opportunity to discuss with the Doctor other problems, eg sleeping, feeding and child health worries.
This clinic is carried out by Doctor on Friday 09:00 - 09:30.
New Patient Check
On registration all patients over 16 years and children born outside the UK will be given an appointment for a general health check. New Patient Checks are carried out by the Practice Nurse on Monday and Friday mornings.
Contraceptive care is provided by both the doctor and nurse during surgery hours. Our doctors and nurses have undertaken specific training that has enabled them to give a range of contraceptive advice.
Asthma, Diabetes, Hypertension, Chronic Heart Disease
Patients with Asthma, diabetes, hypertension and CHD are invited regularly for review by the Nurse in the relevant clinic.
|Day night asthma symptoms||Depression Screening|
|Exercise asthma symptoms||Blood Pressure||Blood Pressure||Blood Pressure|
|Inhaler technique||Blood & Urine Test||Blood Test||Blood Test|
|Peak Flow||Foot Check||Alcohol Intake||Alcohol Intake|
|General well being & lifestyle||General well being & lifestyle||General well being & lifestyle||General well being & lifestyle|
|Smoking Cessation Advice||Smoking Cessation Advice||Smoking Cessation Advice||Smoking Cessation Advice|
|Medication Review||Medication Review||Medication Review||Medication Review|
Smoking Cessation Advice
We fully support patients in choosing healthy lifestyles and promote the NHS “SmokeFree”' Specialist service which patients may self refer into by signing online on http://www.justbecroydon.org
Patients Over 75 Years
If you are aged 75 years or over, you will have a named GP to co-coordinate your care. You should be seen annually either by your doctor, the practice nurse, district nurse or community matron. This can be arranged at the surgery or, if that is not possible due to infirmity, a home visit may be arranged.
Patients can book to have their blood tests with the Nurse or HCA. Please call Reception to make an appointment
It is the policy of the practice to recommend that all women have a cervical smear at least every three to five years. If you have not had a smear within this period, please make an appointment with the practice nurse. Smear results are posted to you in approximately one month.
We recommend that anyone with chronic illness and everyone over the age of 65, should have a vaccination to help prevent influenza every autumn. Watch for our posters in the surgery waiting room.
Our practice nurse is available to offer medical advice regarding travel and vaccinations where appropriate. Do plan ahead - don't leave your vaccinations until the last minute. Give details of your proposed journeys to a receptionist about six to eight weeks before you travel and the nurse will give you advice on the vaccinations you need.