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Grosvenor Road Surgery, 216 Grosvenor Road, Belfast, BT12 5LTTel: 028 9032 0777
The practice nursing team provide a comprehensive service which includes dealing with wounds and dressings, blood and urine tests, injections, ear syringing, suture removal, advice on minor ailments, travel and childhood immunisation as well as aspects of health promotion.
COPD and Diabetes
Travel clinic and Diabetes
Asthma, COPD and Diabetes
The reception/administration staff assist in the efficient day-to-day running of the practice and support the services we provide.When you telephone the surgery the receptionist will ask you for a few details these telephone consultations are taped for training purposes. Our receptionists have been trained to make these enquiries so that we can help you in the most appropriate way.
District Nurses are skilled professionals who provide co-ordinated care to patients in their own homes. While District Nurses generally work independently, they are supported by the rest of their team and work alongside other health care professionals, such as Social Services, to provide holistic, high quality care to both acutely and chronically ill patients of all ages.
Health Visitors are qualified nurses who have taken further training in Community & Child Health. They work with individuals, families and groups to: