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Our Services
The PMS services provided by our GPs are defined under the Standard Personal Medical Services Contract. These services are mainly split into three groups:



    1. Additional

    1. Enhanced

    1. Essential



 

Essential services
We provide essential services for people who have health conditions from which they are expected to recover, chronic disease management and general management of terminally ill patients.
Our core services include:



    1. GP consultations

    1. Asthma clinics

    1. Chronic obstructive airways disease clinics

    1. Diabetes clinics

    1. Health Check Clinics

    1. Chronic Heart Disease clinics



Additional services
Our additional services include:



    • Cervical cytology screening

    • Contraceptive services

    • Child health surveillance

    • Maternity services

    • Certain minor surgery procedures

    • Vaccinations and immunisations

Enhanced services
Our enhanced services include:



    • Childhood vaccinations and immunisations

    • Contraceptive coil fitting (IUD)

    • Diabetes Management

    • Flu immunisation

    • Minor injury service

    • Anti-Coagulation Monitoring



Other services
Our Practice also offers services including:
• Child health and development
• Dressing clinics
• Ear wax and syringing
• ECGs (electrical heart trace)
• End of life care
• Epilepsy
• Lung testing (spirometry)
• Medication review
• Mental health
• Pregnancy testing and contraceptive advice
• Stop smoking support
• Travel advice & Immunisation

Non-NHS Services
Our Practice also provides services which are non NHS and are paid for by the patient. These services include:
• Insurance claims forms
• Non NHS vaccinations
• Prescription for taking medication abroad
• Private sick notes
• Pre-employment and HGV medicals
• Vaccination certificates

 

 
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