Due to the Coronavirus pandemic our capacity for patients to attend the treatment room has reduced. This is due to the need to ensure strict social distancing and the need to use PPE for every patient. Each appointment takes longer as it takes time for our nursing team to safely put on and take off PPE between patients. We are still providing essential services such as drug monitoring, dressings, injections and urgent bloods. We are now starting to increase the number of chronic disease clinics(COPD, Asthma and Diabetes). However, in the short term this may involve a telephone or video review in order to abide by strict social distancing. Childhood vaccination and antenatal clinics are running as usual.
To book an appointment phone the surgery or ask at reception.
The treatment room has booked appointments available every morning and afternoon except Wednesday afternoon
[There are clinic appointments running in conjunction so there is always more than one queue)
NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE - PLEASE MAKE A ROUTINE APPOINTMENT TO SEE ONE OF THE DOCTORS FOR REFERRAL TO OTHER SERVICES
Cervical Smear Clinic
If these times do not suit please arrange a suitable appointment time with treatment room nurse.
Cervical screening is offered to all female patients (aged 18-65) at three yearly intervals. Patients will be informed in writing of the result of their smear and advised when they should make their next appointment.
These clinics are held by the practice nurses.
Patients both adults and children are seen at this clinic for appropriate education, advice and supervision of treatment. The clinic also provides individual management plans, where appropriate and follow-up care.
We will send you a letter asking you to book an appointment for the asthma clinic. If you have not received a letter and are overdue your annual review please contact the surgery and we will book you in for an appointment.
Some patients may feel that their asthma is very well controlled and do not need to come in for an asthma review.
If this is the case please fill in the asthma annual review form and sent it to us.
The form may actual highlight that your asthma is perhaps not as well controlled as you thought.
If this is the case please contact the surgery to arrange a face to face asthma review.
This form should not be used in children under the age of 16 years old or if you have asthma that is not well controlled.
Open the Asthma Annual Review Form
Patients are referred to this clinic to obtain appropriate education and advice, to help maximise their effective control and reduce the risks of any complication with diabetes.
We will send you a letter asking you to book an appointment for the diabetic clinic. If you have not received a letter and are overdue your annual review please contact the surgery and we will book you in for an appointment.
Child Health and Childhood Vaccination
By appointment only.
Staffed by health visitor and a doctor.
Almost 10% of our patients are under five years old. We have developed this clinic to assess children as they grow, to protect and immunise them against disease and to offer parents encouragement and advice.
Flu clinics are run each autumn (usually from the beginning of October) for the elderly and those with severe chronic medical conditions which put them at risk of illness with influenza.
We will inform you by TEXT and WEBSITE/NOTICE BOARD IN SURGERY when the clinics start.
If you are not asked to attend but feel you should have a vaccine, contact the reception for advice.
If you are travelling to South America, Mexico, Carribean, Asia or Africa you will be required to attend a PRIVATE TRAVEL CLINIC, to receive appropriate advice and non-NHS vaccinations.
Examples of local clinics are:
Masta, Boots & McKeever's chemist:- this list is not exclusive.
All NHS travel vaccinations require a booked appointment at Grosvenor Road Surgery Travel Clinic.
This Clinic will be on the 1st Thursday of every month and appointments will be subject to availability.
PLEASE ENSURE ADEQUATE TIME prior to travel as appointments are NOT guaranteed due to high demand - we recommend 6 -8 weeks.
A full range of advice and immunisations are available. It is essential to make your travel clinic arrangements well in advance of departure date. Visit our Travel Advice section.
Your doctor is happy to advise on all aspects of family planning and contraceptive services.
Alternatively find below a list of local family planning clinics.
Family Planning Clinics
Wednesday afternoons run by the community midwives.
To be referred to the antenatal clinic you can make an appointment with the GP or simply fill in the following self referral form Maternity Self Referral Form.
Review clinic on Wednesday afternoon is run by district midwives by appointment 10-15 minute appointment
You have a choice of shared care, midwife led care or consultant led care. Discuss with your doctor or midwife which would suit you best.