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Clinics & Services

Dr Joanne Watt works on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Dr Lipi Pradhan works on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Dr Nathan Spencer works on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Dr Felix Morgan works on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
Dr Bakula Datta works on Wednesday
Dr Jacqueline Howell works on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
 
 

In addition to general consultations we conduct the following services: glucometer1

  • Chronic disease reviews e.g. Diabetes, Asthma 
  • Minor surgery
  • Wart clinic
  • Holiday vaccinations (see next tab)
  • Cervical smears (with a nurse) 
  • Child health surveillance 
  • Immunisations (please see a nurse) 
  • Antenatal care (see a GP initially and then midwife)
  • Insurance medicals (charges apply)
  • HGV, Taxi, Fostering Medicals (charges apply) Child_belly
  • Flu vaccinations (every autumn/winter)
  • ECGs (machine kindly donated by the British Heat Foundation)
  • 24 Hour blood pressure machine
  • Lung function test
  • Pre-employment screens for illicit drugs

Please ask at reception if you are interested in any of these special consultations.

We also have  health professionals who use rooms at the surgery. We currently accommodate NHS Physiotherapists (referral required by your GP) and the Wellbeing Team (referral required by your GP). 

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