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Clinics & Services

Blood Pressure Checks: These can now be done by patients themselves on our self-check BP monitor located in the reception area. The instructions are quite clear but our receptionists are pleased to help if necessary. Alternatively, appointments are available to book online for a blood pressure check with our nursing team.

Cervical Screening: We advise all women aged 25 to 64 years to have regular smears. Invitations are sent routinely at three yearly intervals for ages 25-49 and five yearly intervals for ages 50-64. You will receive a letter to advise when to make an appointment.

Antenatal Care: Antenatal care is shared with the community midwife. The midwife clinic is held at Chalfonts and Gerrards Cross Hospital, appointments for which can be booked online.

Asthma & COPD: Our asthma and COPD clinics are run by our trained nurses. Patients should attend for a review at least once annually. For patients who are due an annual review, please complete the following form & submit it to us in preparation for your appointment. Open the Asthma Annual Review Form

Diabetes: Diabetic care is run by our GPs. Patients should attend for a review at least once annually.

Child Health & Immunisation: All new babies are invited for a check-up at six weeks with their doctor. Childhood immunisation clinics are held on a Wednesday afternoon with Nurse Hannah. Patients are sent a letter when they are due for immunisations.

Travel Vaccinations: Our practice nurses offer foreign travel advice and immunisations. Appointments should be booked at least eight weeks before departure and can be booked online. Some vaccinations require a payment which will be payable at the time of your appointment.

Pneumovax Immunisation: Anyone who suffers from chronic heart, lung, kidney, liver problems, diabetes, has had their spleen removed or is over 65 years of age should be vaccinated. This is a single vaccination against one form of pneumonia and lasts for at least 10 years.

Flu Vaccinations: Flu clinics are held between September & January for all patients over 65 and those who have a chronic condition such as asthma, heart disease or diabetes.


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